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You may download your Philips SAA7130 TV Tuner/FM Radio/Video PCI Capture Card Driver through this LINK01 and its associated software called FLY 2000 TV from these links; v2.36 or v2.38 RC2. The Driver and Softwares are for Windows XP as the capture card was designed for Windows XP and older. Drivers and Softwares are limited to manufacturer's releases.
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These are the system requirements for the M-Audio Fast Track USB input. Be sure that you meet these requirements, or else upgrade your system to meet them.
MINIMUM SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS-FAST TRACK HARDWARE
OS: Windows Vista 32/64 or Windows XP (SP3) Home or Professional
CPU: Pentium 4 2.0GHz, 1 GB RAM, 1 native USB port
OS: OS X 10.4.11
CPU: G4 (native), 1 GB RAM, 1 native USB port
MINIMUM SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS-PRO TOOLS M-POWERED ESSENTIAL HARDWARE
OS: Windows Vista 32/64 or Windows XP (SP3)
CPU: 1.8GHz multi-core (Intel or AMD), 5400RPM drive, DVD-ROM drive, 4 GB hard drive space (additional space required for loop content)
OS: OS X 10.5.5 or greater
CPU: 1.8GHz Intel multi-core, 5400RPM drive, DVD-ROM drive, 4 GB hard drive space (additional space required for loop content)
In order to update it you need to find the manufacturer's website.
Then look for driver and firmware updates.
Select the update that matches the version of Windows that you are using.
Download the update and follow the instructions to install it.
FYI: Your system is way to slow for this product to function properly. I wouldn't mess with a tuner without at least a 2.8 P4, 2GB RAM and a dedicated video card with 256MB RAM.
Run the dell diagnostics on the sound card .
1. Restart your computer
2. tap on the f12 key slowly five times
3. select the option Boot to utility partision or diagnostics
4.select dell 32 bit diagnostics
5. Select customer test and test sound
If the test pass, try system restore , probably the problem is with the sound card drivers
if the sound test fails , shutdown the system again and remove the cmos battery and start the system without it once.Check sound again .
Windows 98 SE, "Millennium", 2000, XP (XP recommended)
Intel Pentium or AMD Athlon 800 MHz or higher (1.5 GHz or higher recommended)
256 MB RAM (512 MB recommended)
Direct X-compatible graphics card (ATI Radeon or Nvidia Geforce 2 or higher recommended)
Direct X-compatible sound card
Optional CD burner for creating Video CDs or SuperVideo CDs
Optional DVD burner drive for creating DVDs