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The system goes with 2 TV Tuner cards which can be used with the condition 2 as mentioned on hp.com website Tried RF Connector to use the 2nd TV Tuner card. When the automatic setup or manual setup was ran using the RF Connector, no channels were detected. Tried using only one TV Tuner card and could see all the channels. used a splitter to connect the antenna cable to both the TV Tuner card. Both the TV Tuner input is detected but not able to view all the channels on the both the TV Tuner card. Also cannot use the feature of Recording and Viewing simultaneously.
Ex: When recording channel 2 and flipping to channel 3, the system would prompt "Would you like to continue recording." When pressed "Yes", the TV Tuner card is switched but cannot see the channel 3 on the other card but can see some other channel.

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You will have to install each tv turner software not different folder in the program files folder.

During the installation of the drivers and software you will be prompted with the directory where the software will be installed, on this page you should select say for eg:

for the first tv turner card C:\program files\ hp tv turner
for the second tv turner card say c:\program files \hp tv turner 2

this should be done for every directory mentioned during the installation.
other wise both the card will try to use the same driver and software files, there will be a clash, thus one one tv turner card will be viewed.

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