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tmikeJul 9, 2009, 6:35 PM paul3rdlar said: I am trying to use composite video in on windows 7 with the HD650 hybrid. It works OK for Anolog but not digital. However, it's not for the average consumer since the cost is around $400+. I really like this little device - in fact I have two of them. check over here

I can confirm a good support of 64 bit W7 / WMC with AverMedia. I just bought 8 and dont want to go backwards. :-)- Rodney Butler wuzyJul 24, 2009, 11:39 AM Living in New Zealand means DVB-T H.264 for me.Just installed 7600.16385 RTM today, madmax808Jul 8, 2009, 9:00 PM I'm a huge supporter of the Hauppauge 2250. I have two- one in each of my Win7 64-bit machines. this

Can you please confirm that the AverTV Super 007 works under a "home" version of Win 7 64? Anyone planning to upgrade a PC to Windows 7 should run Microsoft's Upgrade Advisor. WMC uses all three tuners seamlessly. teKno teknoFeb 9, 2010, 11:55 PM Another comment on the Hauppauge devices.

Double-click the downloaded file and follow the on-screen instructions. However, the Windows 7 compatibility list includes 163 items in the list of TV tuners with 64-bit drivers, so there could well be one for your TV tuner. Here's the site for your device: http://www.hauppauge.com/site/support/support_hvr950q.htmlPinnacle is a very easy to use application that will allow you make professional looking DVDs with menus and links. I really like this little device - in fact I have two of them.

You can then connect any audio/video/output device to the unit and record directly into your computer. can You check if yours works? Does this come as a USB? https://support.lenovo.com/us/en/downloads/ds009403 I have been so busy with other things.

Radio works fine. It worked just fine (didn't have to do anything) with Win 7 64 RTM build 7100. Hauppauge if by far the best TV technology out there. Dual head video, tv tuner, dual 15's...a few q's Best Tuner for my Notebook?

AFUEGOApr 16, 2009, 1:32 AM Im running Windows 7 Build 7077 with HDTV Card Pinnacle 800iI am able to use Media Center and TVCenter... I love helping people. can You check if yours works? All available TV and Radio channels have been tuned correctly.

Another suggestion: check the Hauppauge site regularly for WINTV updates. http://need2learn.net/64-bit/sound-drivers-for-windows-7-64-bit.html Jonmor68Jul 27, 2009, 10:13 PM minhbola said: I have a compro E740F and for some reason it doenst display video, only sound can be heard. A DESCRIPTION: This package contains the driver for the supported AVerMedia ATSC/DVB-T/DMBT-H Hybrid TV Tuner Cards in supported desktop models that are running a supported operating system. If you use the TV viewing option from Hauppauge and not use the Window Media Center for viewning then the device does not Cache.

tuner card under windows 7 64-bit? BTJusticeAug 19, 2009, 7:06 AM I cannot get any audio with my HVR-1800 in Win7 64-bit. I am also using the All-in-Wonder HD, I am using the latest drivers from AMD (version 9.12).You'll have to go to device manager and update the tuner driver there.Doughttp://www.crazytrike.com AnonymousJan 8, this content I take one with us when we travel because I like to record shows when on the road.

If a company has written a driver but not supplied it to Microsoft, then it should be available on the manufacturer's website. I have no problem with the Hauppauge technology. Not every peripheral that worked with Windows XP has a 64-bit driver for Windows 7.

You just watch TV.

TITLE: AVerMedia TV Tuner Driver for Microsoft Windows (64-Bit Editions) VERSION: Rev. MC requires composite to be configured as a set-top box with an IR controller ("IR Blaster"), ostensibly to allow MC to control the device providing the video. WMC uses all three tuners seamlessly. (I decided against the 650 because its second tuner is analog, which I no longer need; I chose the AVerMedia Duet because it doesn't require I just bought 8 and dont want to go backwards. :-)- Rodney Butler Buy the New WIN TV HVR 1250- It gets all the digital HD as well.

Unfortunately, the chipset of it has already phased out. Provide feedback Please rate the information on this page to help us improve our content. I do not like streaming my video through the MS media center since for some reason Microsoft feels that all signals should be DVR'd to the hard drive. have a peek at these guys All we do is connect to a Cable, or Ant line and then let the Hauppauge find the channels.

Hybrid stick. Any suggestions would be appreciated. A(23 Jul 2010) Operating System(s): Microsoft Windows Vista Business (64-bit) Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium (64-bit) Microsoft Windows 7 Professional (64-bit) File name: sp49549.exe (3.1 MB) Description Release Notes Revision History Privacy Policy feedback Sign-in Register Site help Skip to ContentSkip to FooterLaptops & tablets Business Premium Gaming Standard laptops Workstations Convertibles & detachables Tablets 3-in-1 Desktops Business Immersive

I spend hours at the computer programming and doing websites and all I want is to have the TV SMALL on the sidebar side of the monitor just to watch not I did buy the Hauppauge usb one. I made my own HD antenna and I pick up 47 HD channels and all Time Warner Stations. burnsnjDec 3, 2009, 1:01 PM I am using the All-in-Wonder ATI Radeon HD 3650 PCIE and it does not recognize my TV tuner card.