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TV TUner external not starting up

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I have a Supercomp TV Tuner card, external.
I have connected it to my gfx card as well as monitor.
Tv cable is properly inserted.
Dont know why it doesnt display TV.
Do i need to make anychanges in settings to start TV.

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Power saving off
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