TV Video Capture Driver Problem

  Stevie07 18:51 11 Dec 2003
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I have an Xpert TV PVR 883 capture card made by click here. Numerous attempts at installing the drivers for this have produced the dreaded yellow exclamation mark with an error message of 10. Anyone got any ideas.

  y_not 19:41 11 Dec 2003

Have you tried thier suggestion and moved the card to another PCI slot?

Often works and resolves IRQ conflicts

  Stevie07 19:49 12 Dec 2003

Yes I have moved the card to another PCI slot, but the same error message. Kworld sent me updated drivers but same problem.

  MichelleC 09:17 13 Dec 2003

I assume you're xp: another thing to try; updating chipset driver.

  Stevie07 20:47 13 Dec 2003

I dont really want to flash the bios as everything else is fine. Is there anything else I can try before flash as you hear of so many PCs going down after bios flash. I have a ECS K7AMA motherboard running an Athlon 1200 with XP.

  MichelleC 11:01 14 Dec 2003

You don't need to flash bios, just chipset. If you go to athlon site and d/load AMD Driver Pack, Version 1.30 - (Detects the current operating system and hardware and installs the proper drivers. See the release notes for the driver versions included.) click here

  Stevie07 19:15 14 Dec 2003

Thanks for that the software reported no AMD devices for update. My chipset is ALI M1647 ALiMAGIK and I couldn't find any updates for that. I did eventually carry out a successful falsh of the bios, but still no joy. Looks like I'll be returning the card unless there are any other suggestions.

  MichelleC 20:06 14 Dec 2003

Only other things: try updating card driver via device manager navigating to search for new driver at M$; or the difficult way is to install 98 on another partition (98's driver-base is less hassle than xp and w2k).

  Chegs ® 20:21 14 Dec 2003

click here

Try these for updated drivers.

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