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My PC Cant display when i insert tv card into PCI Slot

Hi.Actually my problem is may be diffrent from others,my (MyCinemaP7131) is not working.i mean when i insert tv card into PCI Slot my pc cant displaying,i think its tv card fault.if iam not wrong then suggest me that is it possible to repair it? or there is no technician to solve my problem?

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  • Anonymous Mar 07, 2009

    Actually sir my tv card is faulted hardware.i use it 1 year now its occur problem of hardware of tv card,there is no problem of softwares or tv signal.i say that when i insert tv card into pci slot of mother board my pc cant displaying!

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Hard to understand what you mean. 

Make sure all the neccesary software and drivers are installed, and obviously make sure your TV signal is strong enough.

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