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Topic # 22702 5-Jun-2008 21:28
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Hay I have XP MCE 2002 and a Winfast TV2000 XP expert, tv tuner card. When i go to the tv settings in MCE is tells me the hardware is eather malfunctioning ar the correct drivers are not installed, however i have updated them already and the Winfast PVR software will let me watch tv so what would the problem be?

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  Reply # 135791 5-Jun-2008 21:52
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I had a later version of MCE and had no end of trouble getting it to agree with tuner cards. My suggestion would be to try a google search first although there are some pretty knowledgeable geeks around here who will speak up shortly I suspect.

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  Reply # 135816 5-Jun-2008 22:58
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Pretty sure that TV tuner is not a hardware MPEG2 encoder type which is needed for MCE.




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