MSI TV@nywhere E-Duo Windows 7 drivers

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I own tv tuner card MSI TV@nywhere E-Duo. My PC OS is Windows 7 64bit. I use Windows Media Center to watch live tv and my pc everytime completely locks up in approximetely 10 minutes (only hard reset works). Same problem exists with Windows 7 32bit. In both cases (Windows 7 32bit, Windows 7 64bit), it is clean installation only with tuner and display drivers. I also tried replace windows deafult codecs (K-Lite) and tried third party application Total Media but with no change. I think that the main problem is the driver.

Tuner driver: http://eu.msi.com/index.php?func=downloaddetail&type=driver&maincat_no=132&prod_no=1432
ATI Catalyst 10.9

Hardware:
MSI DKA790GX Platinum
AMD Phenom II X4 940BE
Kingstone HyperX 4GB (2x2GB)
HDD 2x Seagate Barracu?da 7200.12 ?- 500GB in RAID 0
Sapphire ATI Radeon HD4890 1GB
Creative X-Fi Xtreme Music
 

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Are you sure the problem is hardware?
I have used MC in the past too, but it locked for me a lot too, that being MCE2005.
Have you tried other MC's to see if they work better?

Like this one: http://www.team-mediaportal.com/
 

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I also tried other software like a DVB Viewer or ProgDVB and the situation is the same - computer locks up -> HARD reset. Maybe Windows 7 OS driver is the problem or the Windows 7 itself. Unfortunately I don?t have the opportunity to try this tuner card in Windows XP or Vista.
 

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Can you game on the machine?
Could be due to something else too.
Have you tried the card in a different machine?
 

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Games are OK. It could be problem in hardware compatibility of course but MSI motherboard (AMD chipset), AMD processor - I would not expect that. I haven?t tried tuner card in another PC yet.
 

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Please test the card in another PCI-E Slot, just to see what happens.  Also, run DPC Latency Checker to find out if there are any Latency Issues going on in the background.  For testing purposes:  Remove the X-FI Card and test with onboard Audio.  Perhaps there is a conflict with the Creative Card.

What is your current BIOS Version (Mainboard)?
 
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