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TV@nywhere master windows7 driver
« on: 02-February-10, 14:10:24 »

hello

I tried to install the drivers

TV@nywhere Plus and Pro drivers windows7
Version Description: v1.345.9.1009_713
Update Date 2009-12-24

msi card for my TV@nywhere master
I have error message

"System can not detect the Divics on your computer, please make sure the device is connected plusperly."

Everything was fine under windows xp sp3 and windoows vista

Thank you
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Re: TV@nywhere master windows7 driver
« Reply #1 on: 02-February-10, 14:29:27 »

 Your problem is that the old TV@Master is different than the TV@+ and the Pro, the drivers are different and will not work. MSI does not have Vista/W7 drivers for that old Master. If you want to use an analog tuner like that then I suggest you get a TV@+.
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Re: TV@nywhere master windows7 driver
« Reply #2 on: 02-February-10, 14:43:45 »

the driver of the tv@nywehere + work for the TV@nywhere master under vista


TV@nywhere Plus Driver
Description • Driver version: 1.3.4.3
Support OS: Win XP/2000/Vista 32/64bit
Update Date 2008-06-03

the driver was going for my TV@nywhere master windows vista

(I do not speak English, you had understand ?)
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Re: TV@nywhere master windows7 driver
« Reply #3 on: 02-February-10, 19:19:51 »

test

- Download the drivers on the exotic site:
http://tw1965.sg1010.myweb.hinet.net/Leadtek/CX23880.5.0.18.6420_Windows7_Build7232.zip
- You receive a zipped file of type: cx23880.5.0.18.6420_windows7_build7232
- Unzip the file to get THIS: Windows7_Build7232
- Uninstall all drivers for your card (very important)
- In Device Manager:
- Pour each selected "The Driver Update", then "find a driver on my computer", then "browse" Until a "Windows7_build7232 and, miraculously, the pilot has moved!


its still not working for me  :cry: ;-((
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Re: TV@nywhere master windows7 driver
« Reply #4 on: 03-February-10, 01:30:48 »

The drivers for the Master will not work for the Plus, and vice versa, as the TV@@nywhere Master uses a Conexant chipset, while the TV@nywhere Plus uses a Philips chipset.

As I stated in another recent topic, if you want a simple analogue TV card to use in Windows 7, you should get hold of a TV@nywhere Plus card, which has Windows 7 drivers available now. The Master is a very old, long obsolete card now.
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Re: TV@nywhere master windows7 driver
« Reply #5 on: 03-February-10, 07:34:56 »

the driver of the tv@nywehere + work for the TV@nywhere master under vista

TV@nywhere Plus Driver
Description • Driver version: 1.3.4.3
Support OS: Win XP/2000/Vista 32/64bit
Update Date 2008-06-03

the driver was going for my TV@nywhere master windows vista



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Re: TV@nywhere master windows7 driver
« Reply #6 on: 04-April-10, 22:13:33 »

Found Drivers that work on TV@anywhere Master For Window 7 64bit
Link Here: http://cid-fdf3ca0b35833079.skydrive.live.com/self.aspx/.Public/cx2388x64bit.zip

Slide Show: http://cid-fdf3ca0b35833079.skydrive.live.com/play.aspx/.Public?ref=1

A quick tutorial this is for windows 7 64bit:

1. Download the 64bit drivers link above, and extract files

2. Put in the hardware, duh!

3. Start up your win7 computer

4. Right-click on "My computer", click on "properties" and click on Device Manager

5. There should be two devices that show as having no drivers "Multimedia Controller" & "Multimedia Video Controller"

6. Right-click on the second one "Multimedia Video Controller" and then click on "Update Driver Software"

7. Select "Browse my computer for driver software" The screen should change and then Select "Let me Pick a List of Device Drivers..."

8. Leave "Show all devices" and then Click next

9. Select "Have Disk"-----A dialogue box should pop-up

10. Browse to the folder "cx2388x64bit" that you extracted, and then Select cxavsvid.inf and click "open"

11. After you click open, you should see the option to choose "Conexant 2388x AVS video Capture"

12. Select it and click next, and the driver will install.

13. Do not do any thing for "Multimedia Controller"

14. Restart your PC

15. After you restart your the "Multimedia Controller" will be automatically installed, windows will say:

16: Conexant 2388x device installed succesfully.

If use a simple & Free to try your TV@anywhere master card, use Debut Video Capture
Link:  http://www.nchsoftware.com/capture/debutsetup.exe

I didn't try MSIPVS on this pc i used Debut and Vdub 64bit and they all worked fine.

Will add pics to this tutorial later on.
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Re: TV@nywhere master windows7 driver
« Reply #7 on: 07-April-10, 14:11:20 »

Thanks!
Will test it on my new computer!
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Re: TV@nywhere master windows7 driver
« Reply #8 on: 11-February-11, 04:56:03 »

Your problem is that the old TV@Master is different than the TV@+ and the Pro, the drivers are different and will not work. MSI does not have Vista/W7 drivers for that old Master. If you want to use an analog tuner like that then I suggest you get a TV@+.
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Re: TV@nywhere master windows7 driver
« Reply #9 on: 11-February-11, 11:15:17 »

And the point of your post is?

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