Question about Philips SAA7130 TV Tuner/FM Radio/Video PCI Capture Card (683728017118)

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Hey Watch IT!!!!

I already posted a good link while you place held the following and then put the exact same link in.

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    Benjamin Patri Sep 04, 2008

    nothing wrong? Place holding??? The first link does not have a manual, so you posted BS since has nothing for a manual proving that you are placeholding and not even posting relevant information



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Sorry BG but i saw your post only after posting mine.
I have not done anything wrong.

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I think a good dose of maturity would go a long ways towards helping the BOTH of you! Embarrassing...

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