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TV-PCIRC software issues

I am running windows 7 on my system and I just purchased a TV-PCIRC capture card and the software that was included with it will not even load properly on my other vista machine is there a fix or do I have to return this thing.

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It is supposed to be Vista compatible so it should be Windows compatible as well. Go to sabrent.com and look up your tuner. They have updated drivers on their site. If you're running the 64bit version, that tuner may not work. I'll find out for sure tonight.

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    Well, I just got my copy of Windows 7 installed and the card seems to be working properly now. When installing the software, download it from Sabrent.com, save it to your computer, extract the files, then right click the setup, then select Run as Administrator. After completing the install, right click TV Expert and go to properties and select the compatability tab. Make sure the box next to Run this program as an administrator is checked. Also, the program seems to be more stable if you run it in Windows XP (Service Pack 3) compatibity mode. Hope that helps.

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I'm not familiar with your tv card but it may not work in Vista or Windows 7. Usually you have to check hardware requirements and compatibility on the box. And try to by something from known brands like Hauppauge, AVerMedia, Leadtek, Pinnacle
Most of their new models will work on Vista and Windows7.
You can try to install and run it's software in Compatibility mode as on XP. And run it as Administrator. If it wont help return your card if you can.
Good Luck!

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