We’d really appreciate it! Users Viewing Thread Users: Discussion in ‘ General Support ‘ started by Tambo , July 25, I’m new to MP – can anyone tell me how to configure the capture card definition? Also, you might also want to try and get it working with the Yakumo BDA drivers I posted one link to a forum thread above as the software in general is nicer than the Freecom stuff.
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Freecom DVB-T TV USB Stick – Page 10
Ali January 10, Windows 7 Ultimate 32 Bit: From reading this thread http: July 25, Messages: Yes, my password is: Dec 5, at 2: Dec 27, at 6: Windows 7 Ultimate 64 Tsick 11 posts. The whole reason i want one is because stuck it’s mobility and the fact that it will give me the chance to capture some old videos etc that i have been meaning to do for a long time.
Well Just thought I’d give this another try this morning. I suspect it’s the old intel driver which isn’t compatible. Jan 8, at 7: Windows 7 Forums is an independent web site and has not been authorized, sponsored, or otherwise approved by Microsoft Corporation.
Mine did crash on the BDA capture driver though.
All times are GMT Recording is also fine. March 1, Messages: Jan 7, at I tried to install them later, but win7 said I already had the latest, and the dlls etc look the same in terms of versions etc for the bit, so presumably it’s the 64 bit that’s different.
Recording glitches could be due to a weak signal from the supplied aerial.
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Ive just got one of these and works really well – with the suplied vdb I can get all channels appart form ITV1,2,3 and 4. What is a good player to use with BDA drivers?
I’ve been doing a lot of searching and managed to find this thread: Will have a look at some reviews for other external digital tv cards and see how this one compares.