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Wannabe Geek


Topic # 24313 21-Jul-2008 12:43
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I have not long built up a media center computer running Windows Media Center Edition 2005
Now i have just installed a Wintv Nova S plus satellite card. I also have sky TV
I can get all freeview channels using the Wintv software in windows but when i go to setup TV in media center it says no tuner is connected. I know this seems to be covered on here but I have tried for 2 weeks with different drivers and patches but no matter what I do it just says no tuner connected.

Basically I love an idiots guide to getting my system working including freeveiw channels thru card sky tv thru card input and setting up remote blaster.
I read people modify the reg to tune satellite but have know idea where or how this is done

Thanks for any assistance

I have a mate running a wicked setup using linux and mythtv but i'd like to keep MCE 2005


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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 151084 24-Jul-2008 20:11
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 Hi
 I have a similar tv card running in windows vista , I can only get tv1 and tv2 on freeview , is there some tuning required here do you know ? Also MCE vista will not accept the tv card , a message comes up saying the tv card is not compatable with vista me . I am searching for info . 



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  Reply # 151094 24-Jul-2008 20:49
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When i try to setup TV in media center it says tuner not connected etc
I have tried different drivers but still nothing.

Reg from here sent me the files to get it to tune but i cant even get that far

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