I've searched everywhere and found this forum here. Hopefully it will help me.
When using my TV Tuner Card, I can't get a picture, but I get sound. Really garbled, static sound.
Currently I have setup a VCR, DVD, my DirecTV Receiver, and a TV. No subwoofers or anything like that.
I got the settings set to Cable, and have the thing set to Channel 4 and my TV set to Channel 4. Fine Tune is set to it's default (128)
In Properties, in the Device tab, I got,
Device: Conexant 2388x Video Capture (only 1 on the list)
Device: Realtek AC97 Audio
Source: Line In
On the TV tab, I have;
Audio Mode: auto detection
Stereo Broadcast: Mono
Country or Region: United States
Please help me.
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if you are having trouble
with your drivers here is a general look at
the drivers and how to update them if your computer came with
a motherboard disc the drivers could be on it click start control panel
administrive tools ,computer management ,device manager look through all
of your devices if you see a yellow question mark?or exclamation mark
! or red x right click to reinstall
drivers or if you can see your usb but
its not working ports(com&lpt)right click update
driver hope this helps
I think msi didnt released a driver for windows7. You can check it from this link
Just try the XP version. But its not guaranteed to work.
Or you can contact MSI
Technical Support Operation Hours (for MSI-branded All-in-one PCs):
Monday - Friday: 5 : 00am ~ 8 : 00pm (Pacific Standard Time)
Hi, you have faulty drivers or a faulty card. Log onto the MSI website and download new drivers for it, if this doe's not fix the problem then replace the card. They are relatively cheap these days.
You could try using Media Portal as your 'TV grabber' you can check it out at http://www.team-mediaportal.com/. You're most likely not going to get the MSI software to work properly on Vista until they release a compatible version. If you still want to use that software you'll have to switch back to XP. MSI doesn't have a lot of motivation to upgrade their software to Vista compatibility because most of their users are still on XP.