If you've configured your tuner correctly and you're still having trouble, best thing to do is post all your log files. I know I have channels 1-10ish, so I cancelled the scan when it wouldn't pick up anything in that range to save time. I have other AverMedia tuners Pcie cards that have been working perfectly for years. Thanks in advance for any help you can give. This item may be a floor model or store return that has been used. Otherwise, it is a case of trial and error to see which channels can be received and what they are actually called.
The biggest problem and it's not that bad is that the only program it runs with is Windows Media Center. I don't dislike MediaPortal but I can't say the setup is painless. Generally speaking it looks like the digital side of the tuner is functioning okay. Other Thoughts: Disappointed in AverMedia. Cons: The unit is a little finicky about signal quality so my antenna has to be high up. That's just how it goes sometimes with tuner drivers. It just isn't finding channels.
I know it is time consuming, but hopefully you only have to do it once. The channels work fine, but they're not much use without some type of name to work with. You should really only use that option if you're missing a few channels. It was free and was easier to set up than Media Portal I failed to get that going on a couple of occasions so I didn't want to dick around with it when I was already missing the game. Here are the log files too. So click on the name, wait about half a second, then click again. Thanks again for all this help, and I swear this is my last question lol hopefully.
Sorry if this is a simple fix, but as you can see I'm very new to this program. I just ran the scan again. Depending, there are multiple config programs. Pros: The setup when perfectly! I had to add my channels 99% if not 100% of the channels now days are digital so keep that in mind before you try to add an analog channel!!! The only downfall is you need to buy a guide if you want proper schedules. Long of the short here, no obvious channel scan! Trademarks: Microsoft Windows logos are registered trademarks of Microsoft. See here for more info: You'll see that the frequencies for each channel only vary a little from plan to plan. Also, check out this thread: I didn't go through the whole thing, but some potentially helpful stuff in there.
Okay, found everything as described. As for this lil' gadget, I felt frustrated, incompetent, ignorant, insulted and found myself laughing hysterically without drool as I realized this lil thing kicked my nerd-like-mind. Please contact the manufacturer to check. Thanks for all the input. Then get back to me. Open Box : Newegg only guarantees your receipt of the Open Box product with the purchase of this item. Once everything it set up properly, though, it works really well.
I even consider a remote to be unnecessary but it's not like I'm against having one. I searched the forums but didn't see any answers to this. For additional information, see the Global Shipping Program Used: An item that has been used previously. It is just a question of how they divide that up. Just slip it into your carry case and enjoy the show from wherever you are. However, warranty support may be available if an item was never registered by a previous owner. I've used all of the above before so it wasn't a totally new process, but it still wasn't fun.
You can give the channels proper names. Now is where the setup gets funky for me; I can't find anywhere in the settings where it even mentions the tuner, never mind selecting one. Their Open-Box makes it too easy to start that would be project today! Selecting your computer name in that list, does your tuner show up there in the list of Cards in the right hand panel? I have 34 channels, but with regular cable I am usually have 50-60. I'm not sure which of the logs would be helpful, but Ill post whichever one you may need. Virtual channel 1 might be carried on physical channel 50. . I'm running Windows 7 64bit Home Premium.
Cons: It seems to get warm, so give this lil gadget some room to breath. My dad bought me this for Christmas 2013 I'm his son writing this and I must say this is a great gift. So I only took away one egg for simplicity not being there for me, however since I'm basing it off dated technology I felt it was fair to only take 1 egg away, it works great once the trouble is taken to get it working, so one really can't complain for the price! I'll be here live waiting, so we can walk through this if needed. The information on this page is for informational purposes only. Pros: Win 7 Media Center will auto-detect this tuner and install the appropriate driver automatically, no driver disk supplied, no supplier download needed. Other Thoughts: If I had to do this all over I would have selected a Digital Tuner only instead of the Hybrid. Probably has a lot to do with the Guide not working I think.