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Old 21st April, 2003, 02:46 PM
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Unhappy happauge tv card black out

hi guys
picked up the happague win theatre tv card the other day. pluged it into the system a 1 gig amd with abit kt7a mainboard.
creative gforce2 gts.

when i hadfinnalyy got everything installed i tried to tunne in the chaannels but no effect. in the software it eventually picked up 3 of the 5 british channels but still no video, ie only sound.

the card has a radio antyenna at the back to and that works fine. its just the tv i have tried alll updates and some 3rd party software. to no avail.

any ideas?
would be most appriciated
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