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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 202619 22-Mar-2009 16:10 Send private message

Ok So i went out and got myself a USB Tuner PCTV NaoStick (73e) installed just fine, now im using the build standard software just to try it out and I get 10 channels, ALL from the Kordia 778000.  If i can get those channels shouldnt i be able to get the others also?

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Ultimate Geek


  Reply # 202838 23-Mar-2009 17:01 Send private message

Has anyone tried any ati cards with windows 7?  I've got a ati 4350 card sitting here.  Should just swap it out to try.


 

 



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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 202946 24-Mar-2009 06:59 Send private message

hasole:

Has anyone tried any ati cards with windows 7?  I've got a ati 4350 card sitting here.  Should just swap it out to try.




I've tried an onboard HD3200 without much joy.  I see there are now trial Windows7 drivers now though, so it might be worth a go.

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Master Geek


  Reply # 203124 24-Mar-2009 21:12 Send private message

Hi

Has anyone got both of the dvb-t tuners to work properly with the Hauppauge 2200?  Bad things (black screen, not recording etc) happen when I try to record something on one channel & watch another.  I'm running Beta 7000.

If not is there a way to disable one of the tuners to stop the problems

thanks
Ace

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Master Geek


  Reply # 203127 24-Mar-2009 21:17 Send private message

AceVPD: Hi

Has anyone got both of the dvb-t tuners to work properly with the Hauppauge 2200?  Bad things (black screen, not recording etc) happen when I try to record something on one channel & watch another.  I'm running Beta 7000.

If not is there a way to disable one of the tuners to stop the problems

thanks
Ace


Interesting question. Having not got a serious EPG option, never tested to see whether both were working.

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