TV-Server didn, t detect Terratec Cinergy S2 PCI HD | Page 2

Discussion in 'TV-Cards' started by Philipp, June 28, 2009.

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    hmm, weird. I just started to test my setup, and as we speak, i'm searching and finding a lot of channels with the newer drivers. But i've yet to see if other problems occurs...


     
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    We fixed a card detection bug introduced with BDA requirements for Vista & Windows 7 - thats probably why the new build works.

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    New temporary driver has been released, version 1.1.1.501. Will try it out tomorrow. here's a quote from their website:
    EDIT: Let's hope this works better, or the next one. If not, i'll buy a new dvb-s2 card. Unfortunately, MP currently has problems with Hauppage NOVA S2 cards handling DiSEqC switches, and i can't see many alternatives now that FloppyDTV is bankrupted.
     
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