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Windows 7: DVB-T Intel CE9500 USB Dongle

30 Jan 2009   #1
tommi0

XP
 
 
DVB-T Intel CE9500 USB Dongle

I am using a DVB-T receiver Intel CE9500 without any problems under XP. With Windows 7 the DVB-stream is interrupted every 2 or 3 seconds for 1 second. I am using DVBviewer, that requires BDA drivers and under Win7 I am using the system default MPEG2 decoder.

The driver for Win7 was found by Windows Update "Intel CE9500 DVB-T (Enh) Receiver" v 2.1.0.136

Anyone experiencing the same issue? Or any hint?

Tommi


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16 Feb 2009   #2
tommi0

XP
 
 
works with 7022

I updated to 7022. DVB-T works now perfectly.
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06 Jan 2010   #3
asenkd

Windows 7 Professional
 
 

Could you please provide me a link to download this driver. My DVB-T tuner is recognized as CE9500B1 device and Windows 7 is not able to find automatically an appropriate driver. I also couldn't find the mentioned by you driver for download. Thanks in advance!
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24 Aug 2010   #4
tommi0

XP
 
 

My DVB-T stick is also recoignized as CE9500B1. The driver for Win 7 32bit is coming through Microsoft update automatically.

Unfortunately there is *no* driver for Win 7 64bit, and I was not able to find one. You can use an older driver for 64 bit, that is not "signed", but you have to start Win 7 in "driver test mode", to accept the unsigned driver, e.g. using dseo13b.

Drivers are here http://www.sendspace.com/file/1xm5pt
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29 Aug 2010   #5
asenkd

Windows 7 Professional
 
 
It works now

Thank you very much for the download link and explanations! It seems that the "old" 64-bit driver works properly I installed it by entering the "using unsigned drivers" mode of the Win7 (F8 during the boot). The installed driver still works after entering "normal" Windows mode. So, there was not need to use dseo13b.
Thanks once again!
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