Compro Videomate t200 error

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  1. wangtastic

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    Hey there!
    I have a compro videomate t200 PCI Tv tuner installed and media portal 2.0, however when i go into setup and click "add" on the the tv capture page i get a message saying no cards have been found!
    Can anyone help me to get my card working?


     
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    I think the problem is that the device id changed in recent drivers.
    You need to open the capturecarddefs.xml file in the MP root directory.
    Look for your card in there and check the device ID.
    Now go to hardware manager in windows and check the device ID there too. They should match (remember that < will appear as &gt; etc).
    Most likely the rev number at the end has changed.

    Make a backup of that file before you edit it though...
     
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