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Topic # 108887 7-Sep-2012 17:44
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Hello, and sorry if this is in the wrong forum.
I have just purchased the above USB DVB-T TV tuner, i loaded the software did a scan came up with what looks like all the mediaworks channels, i have tried to get the NZTV channels and the other but can't seem to find them.

I started WMC7 and it found the dongle and all the channels without a problem, so i know it works with that regard.

Anyone have any experirnce with this product?

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  Reply # 682899 7-Sep-2012 18:14
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Why not just use WMC7? It works out the the box (as you have found). The only thing you need to do to get full EPG is use EPG Collector.







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  Reply # 682905 7-Sep-2012 18:43
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Its a good point and makes sense. the usb dvb-t is just for the laptop as a back recorder then to drop the recordings on the NAS for them what must be obeyed to watch thou the HTPC.

I was hoping to use the bundled software to record and resize is all.

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 683162 8-Sep-2012 17:51
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Nety: Why not just use WMC7? It works out the the box (as you have found). The only thing you need to do to get full EPG is use EPG Collector.


i got thanks, it is there a setup guide for simpletons somewhere by chance?


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