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Topic # 54011 15-Dec-2009 10:13
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I have a computer that has had fresh install of Myth TV, and has a Hauppauge WinTV Nova S Plus card installed, I want to pay someone to get the stations tuned and get it up and running. There are no hardware problems. Thanks.


CPU: Intel Pentium D805 Dual Core 2.66GHz X2

Motherboard: Biostar I945P-A7

Memory: Apacer DDR533 2GB (2x1G)

Hardrive: Maxtor 200GB SATA 6L200MO

Graphic Card: NVIDIA GeForce 512MB 8400GS

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  Reply # 282593 15-Dec-2009 10:56
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  Reply # 282594 15-Dec-2009 10:57
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Sorry, I should have said, work on Auckland North Shore and live Auckland West.


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  Reply # 282619 15-Dec-2009 11:33
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do it yourself its eeeeeeeeeasy :)

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  Reply # 282625 15-Dec-2009 11:41
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Looks like I might have too. I have found a guide for it, so I'll bumble my way through it, fail, swear, and then reconsider my options. The guy who set it up assured my Linux was the way to go, but he didnt have access to a Sat feed. The remote doesnt work either. I'm afraid I know very little about Linux.

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