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Need a TV tuner for a Windows MCE system

by jefrey13 / November 9, 2005 8:36 PM PST

I've recently purchased a Gateway GT5012 Media PC, with an Intel Pentuim D 2.8 GHz CPU, 1GB RAM and Windows MCE 2005 OS. I've installed an ATI X700 Pro video card. It did not come with a TV tuner card. What is my best option for a TV tuner? Don't need one with any FM, just my cable in.

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Need a TV tuner for a Windows MCE system
by jcrobso / November 10, 2005 2:24 AM PST

When M$ created the XP-MCE they realy messed it up, BUT GOOD!!
Many tv tuner cards will NOT work with XP-MCE.
The good news is that most ATI tuner cards will work, but you do have to download special MCE drivers from M$ AND ATI. John

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