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Tried to install hdtv usb receiver disk onto windows xp. Keeps telling me to install hotfix. What does that mean?

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  • yarny-triand Sep 09, 2008

    Yes I have had the same problem. Where do I find a "hotfix" solution??

  • agestones Apr 28, 2009

    yes i have the exact same problem!

  • WolfSpirit2 May 11, 2009

    Chyeah exact same prob.. havn't found anything to fix it yet..

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Ok, I've got it sorted now. The driver that came with the TV stick doesn't like XP SP3.
I found this out there on the internet - not on the supplier web site though:

http://www.augustint.com/download.htm

This version of the driver likes XP SP3
http://www.augustint.com/download/AF...r-8.6.24.1.exe

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Slipstream post XP sp3 updates


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Download all the SP3 hotfixes and Slipstream them to your CD


If you use Internet download manager IDM the fastest on the net cost $24.95

http://www.internetdownloadmanager.com

Import this ef2 IDM queue and it will do all the rest for you this is correct upto April 2009 feel free to add the missing 8 months worth I will update this when I have time

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If you want to install all the latest hofixes and security updates you can use Ross Smith's http://smithii.com/slipstream_xpsp3 command files last updated in May 2009, I use the xpsp3.cmd file to create slipstreamed windows boot CD for my friends. If you don't want to use them they are great to find out what updates and hotfixes can be slipstreamed.

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N.B> This guy Paul Thurrott is also on Twitter and explains how to do this the old fashioned manual way although he is pre-occupied with Windows 7 at the moment.http://www.winsupersite.com

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