Actually I have a problem with MCE. Audio is inconsistent - when recording it sometimes includes audio and other times it wont. I felt that if I reinstalled MCE the problem would be resolved. So my question is can I uninstall MCE and reinstall it on Windows 8.1 and how to do that. Then reinstall MCE again and see if it resolves my problem?

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  • Reinstalling is very unlikely to solve that issue. – GabrielaGarcia Jul 12 at 16:12
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    Possible duplicate of How to remove Media Center from Windows 8 – harrymc Jul 12 at 16:29
  • Once Media Center has been installed on Windows 8, you must reinstall Windows 8, in order to remove it. This is due to the fact while Media Center is installed, the licensed Windows product, is actually identified as Windows 8 Professional with Media Center There are three editions of Windows 8. Windows 8, Windows 8 Professional, and Windows 8 Professional with Media Center – Ramhound Jul 12 at 19:34
  • You might be try an application that is still being maintained, such as Kodi, kodi.tv/download – DrMoishe Pippik Jul 12 at 21:36

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