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Audio problem - tv@anywhere plus

I installed my card and it works fine but the audio will not get cature. I tried messing with the setup and audio input but i can't fiure it out any suggestions?

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  • Anonymous May 19, 2008

    The sound went out on my TV@Anywhere plus application a few days ago. Looked for new drivers, but did not install them - instead checked the hardware and reinstalled the software. This did not help the problem and now the remote won't work either. I get the video fine, but no sound and now no remote. HELP.

  • drago99 Sep 08, 2008

    I have the same problem please help me



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I have been useing a tv anywhere master for some years now, good card. take a look at the cables,and settings in the pvr software, mine mutes itself sometimes, so now before i view video, i check these settings. hope this is helpful..

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