I have a USB 2.0 MSI VOX tuner card. Have used it for years with the programs that came with it (i.e. MSI PVS + TV@nywhere - InterVideo WinDVD Creator Plus). I just upgraded to Windows 10 and the card seems to load correctly, and drivers appear to be normal, and program runs, but I cannot get the card to display TV analog source. I have Dishnetwork, with 722k DVR, and it outputs the second channel as an analog source. Therefore, I use an analog tuner card to watch TV on my computer. I just need the card to access one single channel and I change stations with the Dishnetwork remote. I have tried accessing the card with various media center programs, including VLC, NextPVR, MediaPortal, and KODI. Won't work. I have loaded the MSI PVS + TV@nywhere - InterVideo WinDVD Creator Plus software under Windows 10 and it all seems to work but I get a message from MSI PVS that it cannot find an MSI device. WinDVD Creator appears to work find, but as noted, I can see the MSI tuner card in my choices, but it will not pull up the signal. I know the software is working because I have a Logitec webcam on the computer and the software recognizes it and displays the image. I know it's an old card, but I need something for analog signals. When the US changed to digital OTA broadcasts, the analog cards became scarce. The MSI card is small, USB, and perfect for what I need if I can just get it to work.