Installed software as instructed in book. tried to scan for channels on dvb-t tv stick ea053715. all i get is an error which reads ( 0x04e8971a referenced memory at 0x058349d0 could not be read ) and so terminates the scan. please help. also on the same subject i cannot uninstall the software out of my pc (totalmedia 3) so i cannot start again
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I have Windows 7 64-bit and couldn't install TotalMedia 3.5
It would only get as far as Select Video Device, and give 2 options:
> WinFast DTV Dongle Gold BDA Filter
> FM/DAB Dongle
I downloaded a driver (AF9015 BDA Driver - 126.96.36.199) from http://www.unisupport.net/
Select Video Device then gave these 2 options:
> AF9015 BDA Driver
> FM/DAB Dongle
The first one did the trick.
(The second one was possibly there because I have a Kaiser Baas USB FM radio.)
Download from Arcsoft the "BD Assistant"and it will tell you where your system is failing the HDCP check.
I had an issue with the LogMeIn mirror driver showing up as my graphics card. When I uninstalled it, my HDCP status was good again. The funny thing is LogMeIn and TMT3 run fine together but only under certain circumstances changing multiple monitors do you get this conflict.
fixed thank you.when you install dvb-t tuner software DONT let it search for available channels dont set it up just install the operating program. then using windows media centre scan for available channels. i think there is a conflict of interest between the media centre program and the dvb-t stick program. mine is pinnacle studios.the stick needs to be in the usb on boot up to be recognised.this works a treat and thinking about it could be the cause of many windows media crashes when two tuners are competing for the same signal.
esponser(Zoe) 11/2/2010 1:01:34 AM Hello Nick, Thank you for using our products. Regarding your issue, please try to reinstall your TotalMedia 3.5 following these steps(before that, please make sure you keep the original installer): Step1: Pull out your device and uninstall from Control Panel -> Programs -> uninstall TM, restart PC Step2. delete these files/folders: W7 32-bit OS: C:\Users\current user\AppData\Roaming\ArcSoft C:\Users\current user\AppData\Local\ArcSoft C:\Users\All Users\ArcSoft C:\Program Files\ArcSoft C:\ProgramData\ArcSoft\licensedata
W7 64-bit OS: C:\Users\current user\AppData\Roaming\ArcSoft C:\Users\current user\AppData\Local\ArcSoft C:\Users\All Users\ArcSoft C:\Program Files (X86)\ArcSoft C:\ProgramData\ArcSoft\licensedata Step3: Clean up the registration files: 1).Go to Start menu and click "Run", type "regedit" and press Enter. 2).Delete [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\ArcSoft] and [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\ArcSoft]. Step 4: Reinstall TM after rebooting the computer. Hope the above can be helpful. Thank you for your understanding and interest in our product.