List of tested TV Tuner Cards

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    Windows 7 Home Premium (64 bit)

    Also, before I upgraded, I know the Pinnacle HD Stick Pro (801e) worked in 32 bit.
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  2. Posts : 536
    Windows 7

    The Hauppauge 950Q works fine on 64 bit, only used it on analog and ATSC.
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  3. Posts : 4
    windows 7 home premium

    the haupauge hvr 950 usb tuner did not work well with my 64 bit machine, low bit rate play in windows media center. cant find tuner after setting it up. searching for tuners was an error i would always get.
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  4. Posts : 1
    windows 7

    Has anybody tried adaptec avc-3610 dual USB tuner with win7 media center?
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  5. Posts : 2
    Windows 7 64bit Home Premium

    Hauppauge win tv Nova-t pci

    Had considerable problems getting this card to work with Win 7 (64bit). Hauppauge were very helpful on phone 0207 3780202 option 2. Card had run previously with Win 7 64 but after upgrade to i5 750 processor and new Asus P7 motherboard mediacentre refused to recognise it. Solution run hcwclear and reinstal original drivers and software from supplied CD then update with download file wintv7_cd_1.3 and everything cushty. Hauppauge do claim this tv card is 100% win 7 compatible both 32 and 64 bit versions.
    Hope this is helpful cause I spent days trying to get it to work.
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  6. Posts : 3
    Windows 7 x64

    My Hybrid stick Hauppauge HVR-930 works just fine on Windows 7 x64 MCE for both standard and high definition channels.
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    Avermedia A180 (PCI) works also for both QAM and ATSC...
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  8. Posts : 76
    Windows 8.1 Pro

    Using Hauppage WIN PVR 150 without problems.
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  9. Posts : 301
    7 Ultimate x64 SP1

    Little Darwin said:
    Also, before I upgraded, I know the Pinnacle HD Stick Pro (801e) worked in 32 bit.
    I'm happy to report that this same TV-Tuner also works in x64bit - so long as you do not ever "Enable OSD" or mess with "Apect Ratio" and "Resolutions" in the PC-TV software (they have yet to release full-support for x64bit but are working on it) and if you tried it, it would come up with a "Unhandled Exception" error and immediately crash out. But it works, none the less, so long as you never, ever mess with any of what I said and just leave it as-is.

    Thanks again, Little Darwin!
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  10. Posts : 19
    Windows 7

    Manufacturer: AverMedia
    AVerTVHD Duet (White Box)
    64bit OS
    : Windows 7
    Digital: OTA (ASTC)
    Connection type: PCI-E

    Works in Windows Media Center 7 and with SageTV I'm using 2 tuners for 4 channels of simultaneous recording.
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