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Originally posted by neeldubhi there is no scheduler bug on my system, however i've noticed that the program just crashes whenever i try to close it....only way to get my desktop back is to kill the process in task manager...any suggestions??
Hey fulkerth sometimes, by default window recording is turned off esp in Win2k have you tried going to:Control panel--->Sound and Multimedia--->in the audio tab Sound Recording---->clcik Volume-->clck option, and then click properties. on the scroll box on th ebottom make sure that all are selected.If that doesn't work, that means you haven't connected your TvMast@nywere audio out to you normal Computers Audio in check that
neither the new version nor the old one for that matter, work properly
The new version of msipvs is working well so far,Problems Ive encountered:- *sheduled recording will not work, regardless if i leave msipvs running or not.(cinema manager is always running in background)
MSI have provided me with a newer test version of MSIPVS.You can download the software here: MSIPVS Test 3.0 Build 079.540. it was originally a 55mb download, but i have removed the DirectX, MSIRadio and GDI Teletext bundled software, so it is reduced to 15mb. i'm hosting it in my webspace, sorry my hosts servers aren't very quick.EDIT: this is a newer version of MSIRadio, which you could also try too: MSI Radio download
...Why does the Vox LED light stay on all the time? With MSI PVS 2 it went off when the program was closed. Does anyone thiink it could damage the unit?...
- Still variying brightness in picture, goes lighter and lighter, then "jumps" to darker level.
There is a version of the msi3 that appears to be newer then the one at the top of this post.ftp://jerryuser:firstname.lastname@example.org/
the tv tuner drivers ZIP in the FTP link are new drivers for the Vox USB box
They are not newer, they are from 26.03.2004 which is quite old