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ATI All in wonder 2006 editiion 256mb AGP

I have the 2006 edition card which states I can record tv shows and eliminate commercials and other options But I can't find anything anywhere that came with the product as far as software that lets me or even asks me if I want to remove commercials. so my question is what software from ATI and where in that software do find options like rewind and remove commercials as it says on box and ATI website. I have serched to no end at ATI's site to find my answers . I hope you can help the PVR options are not anywhere . HELP!. Thanks FreedomRider

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Re: ATI All in wonder 2006 editiion 256mb AGP

Download the full ati software from the site, browse the HELP, you'll find it there.

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1) TV audio contnues after shutting off TV 2) No Images when correctly connecting to TV

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I have not been able to add any AGP card to my PC.
My PC is a cube PC so I have been trying to install a "low end" AGP video card without a separate power connector. My only really requires are DirectX 9.x support and a minimum of 128MB (and no power connector)

The card I am currently trying to install is a Gigabyte ATI Radeon 9600Pro with 256MB.

I have also tried a ATI Radeon 9550 with 256MB and a Nvidia card

I have done all of the usual things, such as disabling onboard graphics, removing old video drivers, verified latest chipset drivers are installed, I reviewed the graphic adapter and don't see any conflicts etc.

I wonder if any of the cards I am trying to install will work with my AGP slot.
The manual for this Gigabyte card states "AGP 3.0 Slot or greater is required"
Unfortunately, this requirement wasn't on the Gigabyte or NewEgg web sites or the back of the box. Only in the install manual.

My Motherboard manual states "AGP 1.5v Card is required".

I got great AGP information from I used some of the tools suggested there such as Sandra Lite and other tools to try to determine what version my AGP Slot is. These tools don't seem to clearly state what

My PC is a Small Form Factor PC with 220W Power Supply.
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gBox P4 Blue CF-986L
Motherboard is a CFI-968L with last bios released (1.04)
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This is a awesome PC and I really would like to extend the life of it my adding any AGP card that supports DirectX 9.x

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Unscheduled recording

My only recommendation is to re-install the latest ATI Multimedia Center.

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Need help with unscheduled recording

try to uninstall and installe the driver of your ATI card
or download the latest driver of you r video card

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Comparable cards to the ATI All In Wonder 9700 Pro 128 MB

Hello there. The Radeon 9700 Pro was a high end graphics card in its time. Today the latest Radeon cards are 3870X2, 3870 and 3850 models. The 3850, while mid-high end range, would be a substantial upgrade from the Radeon 9700 Pro.

If you are planning to upgrade your system, make sure you choose the correct type of card (AGP/PCI-E) and that your current system has a good enough power supply to power a new upgrade.

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Well... Click on your volume icon located it on the right lower corner on desktop screen, a window will appear. Follow these steps now
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theres obviously some conflict between the sound card and the all in wonder card. it is probably an old card that has trouble playing in stereo. i know of some issues with all in wonder and onboard sound cards. might i suggest a new sound card?

or it may be a problem with the composite cable. does it make a sound like when you unplug composites from a tv? try looking into that also.

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Plz Explain it clearly, So i may handle the problem

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