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# 39812 19-Aug-2009 17:44
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please help

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  # 248772 19-Aug-2009 20:07
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Oh come on! If you want help Jamespoo you need to give us some details about your setup!






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  # 248777 19-Aug-2009 20:22
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mcraenz: Oh come on! If you want help Jamespoo you need to give us some details about your setup!


my setup is dvb-t

 
 
 
 


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  # 248788 19-Aug-2009 20:44
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WHAT CARD?
WHAT SET TOP BOX?
WHAT SOFTWARE?
WHAT COMPUTER?
OR ARE YOU USING SOME KIND OF PROFESSIONAL BROADCASTING EQUIPMENT? HOW WOULD WE KNOW???






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  # 248791 19-Aug-2009 20:48
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mcraenz: WHAT CARD?
WHAT SET TOP BOX?
WHAT SOFTWARE?
WHAT COMPUTER?
OR ARE YOU USING SOME KIND OF PROFESSIONAL BROADCASTING EQUIPMENT? HOW WOULD WE KNOW???




its Hauppauge dvb-t 1200

i use cyberlink powwer cinamer or DVBViewer

my computer is windows 7 dule core

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  # 248908 20-Aug-2009 08:39
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Why are you using cyberlink or DVBViewer? Windows Media center supports DVB-t and just works!

Have you tried MC?







Media centre PC - Case Silverstone LC16M with 2 X 80mm AcoustiFan DustPROOF, MOBO Gigabyte MA785GT-UD3H, CPU AMD X2 240 under volted, RAM 4 Gig DDR3 1033, HDD 120Gig System/512Gig data, Tuners 2 X Hauppauge HVR-3000, 1 X HVR-2200, Video Palit GT 220, Sound Realtek 886A HD (onboard), Optical LiteOn DH-401S Blue-ray using TotalMedia Theatre Power Corsair VX Series, 450W ATX PSU OS Windows 7 x64

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  # 249615 22-Aug-2009 10:50
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It is probably your signal. What are you using? Indoor antenna? I had a little DVB-T tuner card, could get Kordia fine. Tried my dads MyFreeview|HD device, no Kordia. Then just yesterday, brought a DSE Freeview|HD device (as my PC wasn't fast enough for HD) and I can get Kordia fine.

All depends on the tuner, and the amount of signal.

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  # 249625 22-Aug-2009 11:47
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It will 99.9999% be your signal. .0001% is your rig not scanning the correct range.

 
 
 
 




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# 249626 22-Aug-2009 11:51
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Fossie: It will 99.9999% be your signal. .0001% is your rig not scanning the correct range.
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ok thx you i get the channles all freeview hd channles in DVBViewer but prime cuts out alto and when i recoard something from eg c4 after 10 seconds program closes and when watching tv program closes after ten mins wtf please help

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  # 249627 22-Aug-2009 11:54
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take a look on the dvbviewer forums. Unless your copy of dvbviewer is questionable...



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  # 249628 22-Aug-2009 11:57
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Fossie: take a look on the dvbviewer forums. Unless your copy of dvbviewer is questionable...


i dont know

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  # 249629 22-Aug-2009 12:05
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What type of ariel do you have? Indoor? Outdoor?



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  # 249631 22-Aug-2009 12:09
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JordantheNerd: What type of ariel do you have? Indoor? Outdoor?


i have

http://www.dse.co.nz/dse.shop/4a8f36ff01f8d2a2273fc0a87f3b071b/Product/View/L4730

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  # 249633 22-Aug-2009 12:12
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Hmm. It could be your tuner. Do you have another one you could try? Any friends with a Freeview|HD box?

If you want to try a new PC tuner, I have my USB tuner stick + software that I could sell you for $10/$20, PM if interested. I couldn't use it because my computer was too old, yours sounds like it is decant.



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  # 249635 22-Aug-2009 12:14
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JordantheNerd: Hmm. It could be your tuner. Do you have another one you could try? Any friends with a Freeview|HD box?

If you want to try a new PC tuner, I have my USB tuner stick + software that I could sell you for $10/$20, PM if interested. I couldn't use it because my computer was too old, yours sounds like it is decant.


add me on foofighterscool@hotmail.com to msn

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  # 249636 22-Aug-2009 12:15
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Sure.

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