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Finished and got option to view install log. So no TV and no capturing for me. Driver installation order doesn’t matter so much except for OS Updates (Service Pack), Dell System Software and then Chipset drivers. Leave nothing out. http://internetbusinessdaily.net/ati-tv/ati-tv-tuner-and-playstation-2.html

When I first turn on my computer Windows XP boot and it check for both monitors. Yes the Hardware IDs, confusing somewhat. Has anyone had success with this specific card?  What drivers did you use? (I used Vista 32-bit ATI Theater 8.12). For example a display adapter generic driver will give significantly worse performance.

This can be done at the end of driver installation and the since the latest Office installation files are used, it’ll be up to date. If a hardware device was working properly using a driver installed by Windows, is there any compelling reason to use a newer version obtained from the manufacturer’s website? Its not recommended to use Windows XP but if you really want to load it, I advise steering clear of a floppy disk.

I get message that c:program files\ati\mulitmedia\unistall.isu can't be found. If you have no problems with any of these devices then leave them be. Log in or Sign up Hardware Heaven Forums Home Forums > Graphics Cards > AMD Graphics Cards > ATI AIW 9600 WDM Driver Won't Install/Register Discussion in 'AMD Graphics Cards' started The settings in the viewer can choose an alternate audio output device that does not down mix.

Set the UAC to Never Notify, reboot, then try again with the install. as opposed to copying to D, installing to C thus getting a windows.old folder? These configurations are not supported by Dell but on the other hand neither is Windows XP any more. http://www.rage3d.com/board/showthread.php?t=33825106 I can install the XP driver and use the ATI software to run the tuner, but MC will refuse to play video over it.

To me, it's not clear to me how you are installing the drivers or proving it doesn't work. Once I was finished I unziped files (default dirctory is C:\ATI\Support\) but I cancelled the installation of the drivers. garbeesa, Apr 5, 2005 #11 FearTheTerp New Member Joined: Jan 25, 2005 Messages: 358 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 0 I have a 9800 pro AIW and i'm not getting this Then all of a sudden it stopped capturing.

I even tried with a usb dongle, but still doen’t work: it can’t find anything, The hardware Ids are the following: ACPI\VEN_SMO&DEV_8800 ACPI\SMO8800 *SMO8800 and for the usb dongle : USB\VID_0A12&PID_0001&REV_3164 https://www.lifewire.com/tv-video-capture-card-1130663 Here are my computer configuration details: HP DV7 6163US Laptop Windows 7 Home Premium (x64), 6.1.7601 Service Pack 1 Build 7601 Intel Core i7-2630QM CPU @ 2.00GHz, 4 Core After spending msgohan View Public Profile Send a private message to msgohan Find all posts by msgohan #6 02-26-2013, 01:20 AM AndyO6322 Free Member Join Date: Feb 2013 Location: Ohio So I removed all ATI products, even used DriverCleaner in Safe Mode, I tried to install it again and no luck still.

Most of the tapes are from the '80s and early '90s. this contact form If you are unsure identify it using the hardware IDs see Checking Hardware IDs in the Device Manager in Windows Vista, 7 and 8.1. Result: HDTV dongle worked for analog S/Video, but not 9800 dongle, and no audio on either. Notify me of new posts via email.

Firmware You may also have firmware updates for separate components such as hard drives or solid state drives. Do you think this may be the problem? Click here: http://www.intel.com/support/chipsets/inf/sb/CS-009270.htm Why do you believe they recommend this order of installation (see below or read on their website)? **From Intel’s Website: “If you have a fresh install of the have a peek here Then become a Premium Member and support this site.- Please Like Us on Facebook | Follow Us on Twitter - Need a good web host?

I've returned it each time to my vendor and was provided a new card each time....Installed ok, then like I said earlier..poof... You only need the top 2 chipset drivers the other 4 are older versions. Keyboard/Mouse Drivers – Under Input There may be additional input drivers if you purchased a non-standard keyboard for a desktop e.g.

Log as shown here: Existing packages ATI Catalyst Install Manager AVIVO64 Microsoft Visual C++ 2008 SP1 Redistributable Packages for install Catalyst Media Center Final Status: Success Version of Item: 4210.00.00.00 Size:

Reply philipyip says: 14/06/2015 at 08:59 I usually update Windows fully and then install the system drivers. Other times, I have to reboot several times get to get to the login screen. Things are getting slightly better with AMD support for that type of thing. It's best (native) in XP.

Same result. Network Ethernet Driver – Under Network This usually mentions Ethernet/LAN/Broadcom/Realtek in the description. For instance, the driver automatically downloaded via Microsoft auto update caused all audio to be lost. Check This Out I have had a successful install of the new copy of Windows 7 and was wondering do I need to update the BIOS or should i start downloading drivers from the

I found it on ATI's German site (English). I wiped everything several times and re-installed my OLD drivers from the original ATI CD. ATI AIW9600) as of yet. Menu and widgets Git Notes Linux Notes Windows Powershell About Search for: ATI Remote Wonder driver problems!

You will need to check your device manager for the wireless card and graphics card. Please try again. Office (it’s 2010)? I have finally gotten the card working again after the new XP Pro install.

theres very little difference for video cards and WDM stuff between SP1 and SP2. Install all software from the HDTV distribution CD (including directly running d:\install\mmc\setup.exe which is not run by the autoplay). DTV displays one frame of video, then a black screen.