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Topic # 22994 14-Jun-2008 19:52
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Hi all,

I just picked up a HVR2200 form Computer Lounge. When I get my new computer (in a couple of days) I want to be able to start watching TV on it ASAP. I already have a couple of guides on configuring Mediaportal so I need no help there (I hope xD)

What I want to know about is getting the H.264 codedc and installing the card. Firstly, how does one go about installing the card? Is there any precautions I need to take (Anti-Static things and such) and what do I plug where?

Also, how can I get the H.264 Codec? Does it come on the Power Cinema 5.1 Cd that came with the card, or do I need to look else where to find it?

Any help at all is MUCH appreciated.

Thanks,
Matthew

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  Reply # 138057 14-Jun-2008 21:51
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Some people like to wear an anti static wrist band. I on the other hand like to rub cards on the carpet. All in all, if you ground yourself on your computer from the start, nothing bad should happen.

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