TV Server doesn't detect my AverMedia M780 digital card | Page 6

Discussion in 'Television (MyTV frontend and TV-Server)' started by CFC, June 1, 2008.

  1. thewooddogg

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    I will absolutely try that tonight! Thanks for the tip!

    I'd really like to get mediaportal to work because it seems perfect for everything I need. In fact, I had every single piece of it working perfect last week except for TV. Then I got my TV tuner in the mail and have been very frustrated since. Even went to the point of reinstalling XP and starting from scratch.

    That being said, thank you again for replying and I'll let you know if it works tonight or tomorrow morning! Crossing my fingers!


     
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    Drat! Sad to report, it didn't work. I need to figure out how to post my tv logs and maybe you can tell me what's wrong. It scanned fine, and allowed me to preview the channels once. Then I launched mediaportal and it locked up when trying to turn on the tv. THen it wouldn't let me preview anymore.

    I've installed GB-PVR as a temporary TV platform and it works fine. But I would really like to use mediaportal
     
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    We would need to see the logs, but the TVServer side of things is fixed in terms of M780 detection & graph building to tune etc.


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    Hey Dman,

    Thanks for the all help! Turns out it's actually working fantastic right now! Once the graph error stopped after installing the svn I swapped out my antenna for a better one and wham! I got channels!

    So far so good! I'm using a cheap $30 usd Kworld ATSC USB stick UB-435Q and it seems flawless so far!

    Now I gotta figure out how to get my MCE remote's pause and play buttons to work. And build my homemade youtube HDTV antenna!
     
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    Just wanted to add that I have pretty much the same build and experience. Running Win7x64 w/Avermedia M780. Can't find QAM channels, locks on Analog. Installed using the svn build provided by DMAN a f ew posts back (one from 09/11 it looks like). GB-PVR works fine for QAM and analog, but it seems mediaportal can more directly use Powerdvd so I wanted to try it out again.

    I have attached the tv log file. Let me know there is anything else I can do to help!

    EDIT: I tried the newest SVN, and so far it's at least found some analog channels. Once it's up and running (or not) I'll post back, but I think this problem might have been fixed. Thanks!
     
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    All these links are bad, can you post new links plz?
     
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