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Wannabe Geek


# 139209 31-Jan-2014 12:35
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Hi All,

I have a LeadTek WinFast DTV2000H which had been working under windows 7 32 bit. I then installed Windows 8.1 64bit. The system installed all drivers by default. However when I use PVR2 from Leadtek I can NOT get any channel. I thought it could be something to do with the aerial. I then used a set top box using the same cable and got all freeview channels. It appears the signal quality is 100% but I just can't get anything in windows. Windows reports all drivers are up to date and working without any problems.

Does anyone have experience with the same set up and shed some light?

Many thanks


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Wannabe Geek


  # 983891 11-Feb-2014 09:44
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Got in touch with Leadtek engineers, here is what they said:

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Dear customer!

 

 

 

Thanks for your contact.

 

Unfortunately, the chipset of it has already phased out.

 

So it can’t support to Windows 8.

 

Sorry for your inconvenience.

 

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So I am just out of luck. Will boot in Linux to watch TV then.

Thanks

 


 

 

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