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Windows 7: PCI Analog AverTV Super 007 (M135A)

18 Jan 2009   #1

Windows 7 build 7000
 
 
PCI Analog AverTV Super 007 (M135A)

Hello all...

so i've got my Windows Seven 64-bit up 'n' running (legit), with all my hardware and software setup, but i can't see any TV anymore, because i dont have a driver for my card...

My TV Card model is:

PCI - Analog - AverTV Super 007 (M135A)

well the thing is, that i did tried all the drivers they give in their website "avermedia.com" both 32-bits + 64 bits and it seems only windows update can find a suitable driver, but when it updates, finds it and trying to play with Windows Media Center - AverTv - AVer Media Center or any other software there is, the sound is great, but the screen is grey...

Thinked to do a dual-boot, but wanna stuck with seven, and won't bother (only for a tv-card) switching to an earlier MS OS, don't wanna buy a different card yet (maybe in final version, they will do a driver for it) also googled Virtual Machines and people saying that a USB could emulate the hardware, but not the PCI's and i think the scenario is familiar, for the alternative people trying OS, like when i have a Linux distro and my hardware dont work, what solution do i have? Or With a Hackintosh the same question...


Any ideas-suggestions?

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17 Feb 2009   #2

Windows 7
 
 
re

I found a solution on some russian blog. I am not good in russian, so it may be some missinterpretation... anyway, it worked for me:
Go to C:\Users\[user name]\Documents\AverTV\ and delete [user name].ini (make a backup in case...)
Start AverTV #New [user name].ini file will be generated
Close AverTV
Edit [user name].ini - just change lines like follows:

VIDEO_RENDERER=1
[AVerMedia M15H PCI Analog]
AP_VOLUME=100
Analog_TimeshiftParam_AudioBitRate=224
Analog_TimeshiftParam_AudioSampleRate=48000
Analog_TimeshiftParam_VideoBitRate=5000
Analog_TimeshiftParam_VideoSize=4
Brightness=128
BrightnessVMR=128
COUNTRY=380
ColorPeak=0
Composite_DefaultFormat=1
Composite_Format=SECAM
Contrast=68
ContrastVMR=68
EnableBrightness=1
EnableContrast=1
EnableGain=1
EnableSaturation=1
Gain=144
OPEN_SUBTITLE=0
PREVIEW_DIGITAL_SOURCETYPE=1
PREVIEW_INPUT_SOURCE=2
PREVIEW_INPUT_SOURCE_NUM=1
REC_BUFFER_SIZE=4000
REC_FORMAT_1_1=REC_DVD
REC_TIMESHIFT_KEEP=0
REGION=
SVideo_DefaultFormat=1
SVideo_Format=SECAM_D
Sample_Rate=4
Saturation=64
SaturationVMR=64
Source_Resolution=64
TURN_ON_EQ=0

Save the file and start AverTV again.
After rescaning channels everything works perfectly.
My System SpecsSystem Spec
22 Mar 2009   #3

Windows 7
 
 

sorry, but that fix did not work for me. i have an Avermedia Super 007 (M135) aswell.
i tried multiple ways to put these settings into the ini-file but nothing helped. the video stays grey. right now, i am writing a support-request to avermedia in the hope that they will tell me how to fix the problem properly.
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23 Mar 2009   #4

Windows 7
 
 

I have the exact same problem with my Avermedia A700 Hybrid DVB-S card.
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23 Mar 2009   #5

windows 7 build 7600 385x86
 
 

i have usb 2.0 tv tuner i had to install updated drivers for xp from honest tech site then usb audio driver that came with the box i don't know if this helps i know that they are different tuners but maybe that will help
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24 Mar 2009   #6

Windows 7
 
 

I just got a reply from the AVerMedia-Support:

Quote:
For your information, none of our devices are currently supported under Windows 7. As you know Windows 7 is still under testing state and it is not very stable. We advise you to kindly use the device under those system that have been tested and meant to work under. As for Windows 7 driver, we will let our engineers know and hope the driver will be available by the time Windows 7 has been officially released.


to me, it sounds like they were not even really working on a driver yet. kind of weird that there is no working driver yet eventhough there is some update under windows update that includes something from avermedia. (but that actually makes the device not work at all) so i guess we have to wait a little bit more unless somebody who knows how that stuff works programs some special driver to use the card properly.
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24 Mar 2009   #7

Windows 7 RTM x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Locutus View Post
I just got a reply from the AVerMedia-Support:



to me, it sounds like they were not even really working on a driver yet. kind of weird that there is no working driver yet eventhough there is some update under windows update that includes something from avermedia. (but that actually makes the device not work at all) so i guess we have to wait a little bit more unless somebody who knows how that stuff works programs some special driver to use the card properly.
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I doubt that any one of them even boot their computer with Windows 7...
"..it is not very stable.." ???, it's even more stable than final releases.
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11 May 2009   #8

windows seven rc1
 
 
Configuration steps

The solution given by Meslius worked for me.

This was done in Windows 7 RC1 (build 7100) with AVerTV6 downloaded from AVerMedia MPD Global - TV tuner, HDTV tuner card, PCTV,PCTV tuners, TVtuner, TVBox, TV box, Vista TV Tuner, HDTV, Hybrid TV Tuner, USB Stick TV Tuner, PC TV Tuners, Media Center TV Tuner, MCE TV Tuners, USB TV Tuner, Dual Tuner, TV Tuner card - Suppo [AVerTV GO 007 FM Plus (Pro)(M15C) Application and Driver - 26.53 MB)



Follow these steps:

Go to C:\Users\[user name]\Documents\AverTV\ and delete [user name].ini
Start AverTV (New [user name].ini file will be generated)
Close AverTV
Edit [user name].ini as follows:

add this line before the line containing "[AVerMedia M15H PCI Analog]":
VIDEO_RENDERER=1

add these lines before the line containing "[UI_SECTION]":
AP_VOLUME=100
Analog_TimeshiftParam_AudioBitRate=224
Analog_TimeshiftParam_AudioSampleRate=48000
Analog_TimeshiftParam_VideoBitRate=5000
Analog_TimeshiftParam_VideoSize=4
Brightness=128
BrightnessVMR=128
COUNTRY=380
ColorPeak=0
Composite_DefaultFormat=1
Composite_Format=SECAM
Contrast=68
ContrastVMR=68
EnableBrightness=1
EnableContrast=1
EnableGain=1
EnableSaturation=1
Gain=144
OPEN_SUBTITLE=0
PREVIEW_DIGITAL_SOURCETYPE=1
PREVIEW_INPUT_SOURCE=2
PREVIEW_INPUT_SOURCE_NUM=1
REC_BUFFER_SIZE=4000
REC_FORMAT_1_1=REC_DVD
REC_TIMESHIFT_KEEP=0
REGION=
SVideo_DefaultFormat=1
SVideo_Format=SECAM_D
Sample_Rate=4
Saturation=64
SaturationVMR=64
Source_Resolution=64
TURN_ON_EQ=0

Save and close the file, reopen AVerTV, go to setup, change the country and video format to your region (NTSC/PAL/SECAM etc.) and rescan the channels.

It should work now.
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11 May 2009   #9

Windows 7
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by thyako View Post
The solution given by Meslius worked for me.

This was done in Windows 7 RC1 (build 7100) with AVerTV6 downloaded from AVerMedia MPD Global - TV tuner, HDTV tuner card, PCTV,PCTV tuners, TVtuner, TVBox, TV box, Vista TV Tuner, HDTV, Hybrid TV Tuner, USB Stick TV Tuner, PC TV Tuners, Media Center TV Tuner, MCE TV Tuners, USB TV Tuner, Dual Tuner, TV Tuner card - Suppo [AVerTV GO 007 FM Plus (Pro)(M15C) Application and Driver - 26.53 MB)



Follow these steps:

Go to C:\Users\[user name]\Documents\AverTV\ and delete [user name].ini
Start AverTV (New [user name].ini file will be generated)
Close AverTV
Edit [user name].ini as follows:

add this line before the line containing "[AVerMedia M15H PCI Analog]":
VIDEO_RENDERER=1

add these lines before the line containing "[UI_SECTION]":
AP_VOLUME=100
Analog_TimeshiftParam_AudioBitRate=224
Analog_TimeshiftParam_AudioSampleRate=48000
Analog_TimeshiftParam_VideoBitRate=5000
Analog_TimeshiftParam_VideoSize=4
Brightness=128
BrightnessVMR=128
COUNTRY=380
ColorPeak=0
Composite_DefaultFormat=1
Composite_Format=SECAM
Contrast=68
ContrastVMR=68
EnableBrightness=1
EnableContrast=1
EnableGain=1
EnableSaturation=1
Gain=144
OPEN_SUBTITLE=0
PREVIEW_DIGITAL_SOURCETYPE=1
PREVIEW_INPUT_SOURCE=2
PREVIEW_INPUT_SOURCE_NUM=1
REC_BUFFER_SIZE=4000
REC_FORMAT_1_1=REC_DVD
REC_TIMESHIFT_KEEP=0
REGION=
SVideo_DefaultFormat=1
SVideo_Format=SECAM_D
Sample_Rate=4
Saturation=64
SaturationVMR=64
Source_Resolution=64
TURN_ON_EQ=0

Save and close the file, reopen AVerTV, go to setup, change the country and video format to your region (NTSC/PAL/SECAM etc.) and rescan the channels.

It should work now.
Thank you. This solved my issue with Avermedia A700 Hybrid card.
My System SpecsSystem Spec
23 May 2009   #10

Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by thyako View Post
The solution given by Meslius worked for me.

This was done in Windows 7 RC1 (build 7100) with AVerTV6 downloaded from AVerMedia MPD Global - TV tuner, HDTV tuner card, PCTV,PCTV tuners, TVtuner, TVBox, TV box, Vista TV Tuner, HDTV, Hybrid TV Tuner, USB Stick TV Tuner, PC TV Tuners, Media Center TV Tuner, MCE TV Tuners, USB TV Tuner, Dual Tuner, TV Tuner card - Suppo [AVerTV GO 007 FM Plus (Pro)(M15C) Application and Driver - 26.53 MB)



Follow these steps:

Go to C:\Users\[user name]\Documents\AverTV\ and delete [user name].ini
Start AverTV (New [user name].ini file will be generated)
Close AverTV
Edit [user name].ini as follows:

add this line before the line containing "[AVerMedia M15H PCI Analog]":
VIDEO_RENDERER=1

add these lines before the line containing "[UI_SECTION]":
AP_VOLUME=100
Analog_TimeshiftParam_AudioBitRate=224
Analog_TimeshiftParam_AudioSampleRate=48000
Analog_TimeshiftParam_VideoBitRate=5000
Analog_TimeshiftParam_VideoSize=4
Brightness=128
BrightnessVMR=128
COUNTRY=380
ColorPeak=0
Composite_DefaultFormat=1
Composite_Format=SECAM
Contrast=68
ContrastVMR=68
EnableBrightness=1
EnableContrast=1
EnableGain=1
EnableSaturation=1
Gain=144
OPEN_SUBTITLE=0
PREVIEW_DIGITAL_SOURCETYPE=1
PREVIEW_INPUT_SOURCE=2
PREVIEW_INPUT_SOURCE_NUM=1
REC_BUFFER_SIZE=4000
REC_FORMAT_1_1=REC_DVD
REC_TIMESHIFT_KEEP=0
REGION=
SVideo_DefaultFormat=1
SVideo_Format=SECAM_D
Sample_Rate=4
Saturation=64
SaturationVMR=64
Source_Resolution=64
TURN_ON_EQ=0

Save and close the file, reopen AVerTV, go to setup, change the country and video format to your region (NTSC/PAL/SECAM etc.) and rescan the channels.

It should work now.
Thank you buddy, worked like a charm for my AVerMedia Super 007 M135A PCI card.
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