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The converter is for video only. To get the audio as well, you'll need to connect a cable from the computer's audio output jack to the TV's audio input. The computer end will need to be a 1/8-inch stereo plug (like the one you'll find on iPod headphones), with RCA plugs for the TV. Here is one from Radio Shack, so you'll know what to look for. Connect the audio to the same AV input as the S-video cable and you'll have both picture and sound.
Here is the link for tv center pro for your vista 64 bit download and install this to your computer. http://cdnexpress.pinnaclesys.com/akdlm/SupportFiles/TVCenter/TVC540/PinnacleTVCenterProSetup_188.8.131.5232.exe. I suggest also to connect your tuner device at any usb port.
By the way you need the serial number for the new tv center pro.
It depends on what audio outs your tv has. Newer TVs may have a SPDIF port on the back for audio out. Look at the connections on the back of your tv (and in some cases if you have connections on the front, check those too.) and see if any say audio out.
Your PCTV card has got S-Video input. Just connect the S-video output of the Tata sky box if available or use a RCA to S-video adapter to input the video to the tuner card. Now for audio u can connect it to line in of PC. To watch or Record, just select the input as S-Video in the channel selection in PCTV application