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When I open Plex Media Player on my HTPC I now receive a popup notification about “The Future of Plex on the Desktop” which recommends me to get “Plex for Windows.” Which in and of itself is confusing, because I’m running PMP on Windows. and it’s telling me to get Plex for Windows…

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Analysis is automatically performed when content is added to your Library. In rare cases, new versions of Plex Media Server may update the media analysis capabilities to correct something or add the ability to detect new things.

What’s the difference? I’ve read these articles, can’t tell what’s the difference, and have some concerns.

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Server Version#: Version 4.20.2 Player Version#:Version 1.6.3.1009-57cf57c8 I am unable to find audio settings to allow DTS/Dolby etc in latest Plex for Windows. I have installed Media Player version Version 1.6.3.1009-57cf57c8 which allows the audio selection, but is unable to play UHD 4K without stuttering and buffering. Where are the audio settings for Plex for Windows??

Plex for Mac/Windows is a very powerful player app - that happens to look like Plexweb. You can do server management in PfM as well. Direct Play is very likely. Plexweb runs in your browser and sucks at most everything - it’s real function is server management. Direct Play is very unlikely. For HTPC applications there is also Plex Media Player - another different Player App. It has more powerful features that would be handy in a Home Theater environment. <— if your dragging it to a TV, for ins…

Once upon a time in a Galaxy very near where you live: It was decided when the villagers rioted to keep PMP around. Great cheers went up from the villagers. Plex Player is a new Player App that at one time was going to replace PMP. Both look the same in Plexweb Mode, but PMP has TV Mode - so you can use it from across the room when dragged to your TV. A BIG Plus according to formerly rioting Villagers. Both are available - both work quite well. Neither are Plexweb - that runs in your browse…

Liberty task chair. The last link says the new Plex player is “ending support for HTPCs as a platform.”

This is concerning because I run Plex Media Server on a HTPC solely for the Over The Air Live TV features. The whole reason I got Plex was for the DVR functionality. The announcement in the last link makes it sound like support for this feature will end…

In vehicles with automatic transmissions, a metal disc called a flexplate, connects the crankshaft to the torque converter.

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So, a flexplate, as the name implies, serves as a flex-shock device; between the torque converter and the engine crankshaft.

A flexplate consists of a steel circular disk with perforated holes. And, is also balanced to improve, smooth running. Consequently, flexing allows it to respond to small differences of alignment, between the engine and the transmission.

Flexplates actually consist of two parts. The flexplate and the ring gear, fitted to the outside of it.

The starter motor, engages this ring gear to start the engine. There may be times that you have to remove it. But, if you have to remove the flexplate, it must go back on the same way. Because, balancing is very important.

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The bolts are torqued in a crisscross pattern, according to the manufacturer’s specifications. The torque converter used with an automatic transmission, acts like a flywheel, smoothing out engine pulses.

Flexplate Cracking On Various Engine Applications Is Common

The cracking on these flexplates can be seen, either around the crankshaft or torque converter bolt hole patterns.

What Can Cause, A Cracked Flexplate:

  • Out of balance engine or torque converter.
  • Bad starter drive, can cause teeth or ring gear to wear rapidly or break off.
  • Teeth can also break, when engine is running and starter is engaged.
  • Failure to torque the bolts, to proper specifications and in proper sequence.
  • Failure to use starter shims, where required.
  • Poor quality parts.
  • Missing Dowel pins.

A loose bolt on a flexplate or a crack between it’s bolt holes can result in a; knocking or rattling sound. The sound is very similar to a bad connecting rod and is often, misdiagnosed.

The flexplate can become cracked over time. As a result, this can cause the it, to wobble. So, you might notice rhythmic clunking or grinding noises, while the engine is running.

A misaligned flex plate, can also keep the engine from running smoothly. So, if you suspect you have a flexplate problem, there are a couple ways to investigate further.

So, if you listen to the transmission bell housing with a stethoscope, while the engine is idling; any sounds coming from inside the bellhousing indicate, flexplate problems. Some bell housings have an, inspection port. If so, remove the inspection port and shine a shop light on the flexplate for a, visual inspection.

Starting Problems

A warped flexplate won’t engage properly with the starter motor. So, when you are starting your engine listen for, rhythmic bogging down of the engine, during starting. Consequently, the teeth of the ring gear, can become damaged over time, causing a grinding sound.

Ring gear problems can damage the starter motor as well. So, if you find you have to replace your flex plate, you might want to check your starter as well.

A cracked flex plate is almost always, a sign of other problems. So, if not properly diagnosed, it will occur again and often damage to the transmission may follow. The same things that caused the flexplate to crack, can also cause transmission problems. In addition, damaged and leaking front seals; and front transmission pumps are common symptoms.

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Conclusion

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So, a engine making noise when starting, often indicates either a; starter failure or broken teeth on your transmission flex plate. Also, some cars require several hours to replace the starter and hundreds of dollars, for a replacement part.

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However, if your car needs a new flex plate, it’s a much bigger issue. Because, the transmission must come out, to replace the flex plate. For instance, it’s $1,500 and up, to replace a flex plate, in most vehicles.

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