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Using tv tuner card for a s/w

Hi !
we are using TV tuner(intex) card for a system .tv tuner card provide 3 options tv tuner ,tv composit,etc
it provide tv tuner option by default when we pug it
but we want 2nd option "tv composit" defaultly
do u have any idea abt it , how we get that option ?
any other card provide default setting option "tv composit"
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I have intex tv tuner card installed on my computer but it does not show any hardware and on installation it requests to install drivers first

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PLEASE CHECK UR CARD OR TRY TO RENEW IT OR PLEASE CHECK UR SOFTWARE IN THE WHICH EFFECT THE EXTRA TERESSTIAL THING SOFTWARE LIKE - FIREWALL.

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well i think pixel view also provides this option of tv composite!! u need to check its property and check for an online support for this thing ,go to intex website and look for its property then its good to do anything,but i dont think that pixel view doesnt give default as well,because for the composite thing u need different type of cables for different type of inputs!! so when it comes to pc most of the manufactrers prefer tv tunning by default!!if u want read this article
http://www.tv-cards.com/messageboard/viewtopic.php?pid=54136
hope i was of any help!!!thanx

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well i think pixel view also provides this option of tv composite!! u need to check its property and check for an online support for this thing ,go to intex website and look for its property then its good to do anything,but i dont think that pixel view doesnt give default as well,because for the composite thing u need different type of cables for different type of inputs!! so when it comes to pc most of the manufactrers prefer tv tunning by default!!if u want read this article
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hope i was of any help!!!thanx

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