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Topic # 30415 7-Feb-2009 10:46
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Hey everyone,

Got a Hauppauge HVR-3000 tripple mode tuner, installed all latest drivers and software.

Under Vista Media Center when I search for services under DVB-T it says "no services found" but power cinema finds 18 channels.

Trying to use power cinema I just get very gittery noises like DU -------pause---- CHCH ----pause---- BEEP ----pause----- and the circle keeps spinning over the TV icon and no picture comes up.

Any ideas?

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  Reply # 194603 7-Feb-2009 11:36
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Vista Media enter does not support New Zealand's DVB-T transmissions.

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  Reply # 194620 7-Feb-2009 12:30
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Even if I install something like Power DVD?

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  Reply # 194621 7-Feb-2009 12:39
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With Windows Vista you will need something like PowerDVD plus dvbviewer or GB-PVR. Windows Vista Media Center does not support DVB-T as it is in New Zealand.




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