USB2 TV Card does not operate at Full Speed after Standby

Discussion in '1.0 final and SVN Builds' started by cryoplasm, January 18, 2009.

  1. cryoplasm

    cryoplasm Portal Member

    December 30, 2008
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    Home Country:
    United Kingdom United Kingdom
    TV-Server Version:
    MediaPortal Version: 1.0
    MediaPortal Skin: Blue3 Wide
    Windows Version: Vista Home Basic SP1
    CPU Type: HP 530 1.7GHz Centrino Duo
    HDD: Toshiba 80GB
    Memory: 1.5 GB
    Motherboard: HP/Intel
    Video Card: Intel 945 Integrated
    Video Card Driver:
    Sound Card:
    Sound Card AC3: Conexant HD2
    Sound Card Driver:
    1. TV Card: Hauppauge HVR-900
    1. TV Card Type: analog, DVB-T
    1. TV Card Driver:
    2. TV Card:
    2. TV Card Type:
    2. TV Card Driver:
    3. TV Card:
    3. TV Card Type:
    3. TV Card Driver:
    4. TV Card:
    4. TV Card Type:
    4. TV Card Driver:
    MPEG2 Video Codec: DScaler (
    MPEG2 Audio Codec: "
    h.264 Video Codec:
    Satelite/CableTV Provider:
    HTPC Case:
    Power Supply:
    TV - HTPC Connection:

    After resuming from Standby, USB2 TV card (BDA device driver) starts operating at High Speed (USB 1.1) not Full Speed (USB 2.0).

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