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Windows 7: What to do with my tv tuner card

01 Oct 2012   #1

windows 7 x64
What to do with my tv tuner card

Greetings I have an "old" Winfast pvr2000 tv tuner card
To be exact this one:

My country switched to digital signal a couple of years ago so I can't watch tv anymore since this is an analog card. I was wondering is there a way for me to find some kind of other use for it or maybe some crazy way to connect a digital reciever to it cause they all have scart connectors and my card has nothing but the antenna in and out so i would be grateful for any kind of advice or help Thank you.

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01 Oct 2012   #2

Windows 10 Home Premium 64bit sp1

You can still use it for all sorts

If you have a VCR and movies you want to put on Disc that would be a sweet way of converting that tuner has a ton of uses still

If you have a spliter on your digital tv source run a line to the card it will still catch a signal let me just classify this

If you have reverted to cable and have multiple lines going to different tv's just get one of the lines put a spliter on it and run a line to your pc it should work pretty easy
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02 Oct 2012   #3

windows 7 x64

See the thing is that we have to buy a digital reciever to watch tv and i do have many but they all have SCART out-s, and i dont have cable. We get our tv from t-mobile and it goes over the router to its own reciever and to the tv then. But maybe my building have a digital reciever built in next to the antenna somewhere on the roof so i will hook it up and we'll see.
I know everything would work just fine but my card just has antenna in and out, and if i was able to hook up the digital reciever everything would work perfect.
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