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brad.wright

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#21639 2-May-2008 22:16
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Good Evening All,

If I have posted this in the wrong forum I apologise now...

I am looking at buying the HVR 900 but after reading multiple reviews am worried it will not work on my notebook.... I have an Intel Core 2 Duo T7300 processor, 2GB Ram but it has integrated Intel X3100 graphics with no dedicated memory.. Long story short, am I out of luck??


Thank you in advance.

Brad

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  #128056 2-May-2008 22:31
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yes you out of luck




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  #128059 2-May-2008 22:34
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Thanks for the prompt reply :-)

 
 
 
 


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#128111 3-May-2008 08:47
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Having said that I am using this hardware on a Mac mini (Intel Core 2 Duo, 1.8 GHz, 1 GB RAM, Intel 945 chipset) and it is working fine - except that you can't use VMR if using the Cyberlink H.264 - it gets really weird colour problems on TV3, TV6 and TVNZ Sports.

VMR7 and VMR9 work, TV3 loses some frames on these settings. EVR makes all smooth but as I said it causes the colour problem in some channels.






 

 

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  #128120 3-May-2008 10:27
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brad.wright:

I am looking at buying the HVR 900 but after reading multiple reviews am worried it will not work on my notebook.... I have an Intel Core 2 Duo T7300 processor, 2GB Ram but it has integrated Intel X3100 graphics with no dedicated memory.. Long story short, am I out of luck??

Brad



I have a laptop with very similar specs, core2duo T7500 (2.2Gh/z), 2GB of ram, and the same intel graphics.

I already have a dvb-t tuner, but haven't installed it yet on my laptop. I will give it a shot, and let you know the result... hopefully before the end of the weekend Laughing

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  #128195 3-May-2008 14:56
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I've got similar, core duo T5450, 2GB Ram & Intel X3100 - I"ve played .ts files recorded on my other machines, set up Power DVD V8 using harware via Intel ClearVideo - it was a TV3 HD program - it played pretty well looked very nice but CPU was chugging up around 90% so unsure how it would go decoding live !!

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