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Pixe view TV Tuner CArd

I have AMD 2400+ CPU with Via Chipset Motherboard, 128 MB DDR RAM & 40 GB Hard disk Drive.
I Have Install PIXEL VIEW internal TV Tuner Card on my PC it works fine on my old PIII -700 Mhz cpu on Windows 98. But on Windows XP on my new pc it has following problems because of this I am unable to watch TV on my computer. I have tried it on another PC with windows XP but it has same problem on it.

Pixelview/FM :- Pixelfm.exe
Entry Point not found
The Procedure Entry Point
SUnMapLS_IP_EBP_16 could not be located in the dynamic link library KERNEL32.DLL

After clicking OK following message appears

Load library fail 126

After that another message as follows appears

SUnMapLS_IP_EBP_16 could not be located in the dynamic link library KERNEL32.DLL

After clicking OK following message appears

Load library fail 127

Multimedia Video Controller in hardware profile

Please send me the salutation for that as I am unable to watch tv from last 15 days.

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Re: Pixe view TV Tuner CArd

You can grab the xp drivers here

and for watching tv, you may be able to use this
chris tv lite freeware

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