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Master Geek

# 21043 14-Apr-2008 13:21
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I bought a Pixelview DVB-T B1000 PCI card, but sadly it didn't work in Vista 64.

I am looking at one from Leadtek, but it's not clear if it supports Vista 64. (the 7700 does and the 3000 doesn't but not sure how to tell before buying which it is)

I would like to have a remote but it's not a must, I hope to keep the price around the $100 mark but may go as high as $150 something.
But it must do Vista 64.

If anyone knows of a PCI card or USB dongle DVB-T tv tuner that you know works in Vista 64 I'd like to hear about it.

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Uber Geek

  # 123403 14-Apr-2008 14:42
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Check out the Hauppague  WInTV 2200 (PCIe) not sure if it supports vista64 but it's a nice card.

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Ultimate Geek


  # 123430 14-Apr-2008 16:41
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mcraenz: Check out the Hauppague WInTV 2200 (PCIe) not sure if it supports vista64 but it's a nice card.

Being PCIe should be no problem?  See re compatibility with Vista 64 & 4GB+ RAM.  Current last post (Alexander01) confirms the HVR-2200 works with Vista 64 SP1 & 8GB ram.


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Uber Geek

  # 123437 14-Apr-2008 16:57
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hmmm, yeah I didn't know there was an issue with PCIe+4GB.

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Ultimate Geek

  # 123448 14-Apr-2008 17:29
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I might actually have a usb dual tuner dvb-t dongle for sale, with 64bit drivers. will have to confirm though.

would trade it for a dual tuner dvb-s card/dongle  (pci) Laughing

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  # 123456 14-Apr-2008 17:50
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mcraenz: hmmm, yeah I didn't know there was an issue with PCIe+4GB.

Problem is with a few PCI cards & 4GB+ (with Vista64).  PCIe seems to be OK.

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