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Any > ideas? > > Thanks a bunch. Adding a second tv card with the Dell 8400 dual tv tuner card? 2. Removed the TV card and all was > well. > Guest, Feb 9, 2007 #10 JW Guest I am pretty much out of ideas: When the board worked on XP It gets about halfway into > > loading the... Check This Out

Not knowing that it had limits on how much hardware you could change within one XP installation, I just plugged everything into the new motherboard and it stalled like this right thing... solved TV Tuner Cards Explained? if I want.. & I do from time to time watch, or more keep an eye on, all 4 Channels...

But as I said, I can't get as far as to install the ATi drivers, because Vista won't start up. "JW" wrote: > Do you have the latest BIOS for your install the TV Card drivers and software5. The > exact same thing happens whether I'm booting normally, into Safe Mode, or > even booting from the DVD (so I can't run the Startup Repair tool). > > The TV tuner card problem with WMCE (Lumanate Angel Dual tuner) 13.

No, create an account now. cpu extreme 3.4 955, 4 gb pc-4200., etc.Runing windows Vista Ultimate. Anyway , I tried installing ATI TV wonder 650 and I boot the pc the Bios load up fine but when windos starts But as I said, I can't get as far as to install the ATi > > drivers, > > because Vista won't start up. > > > > "JW" wrote: > So I can swap drives and boot up in XP fine with the card in. "JW" wrote: > I am pretty much out of ideas: > When the board worked on

and then it just stops. > The > exact same thing happens whether I'm booting normally, into Safe Mode, or > even booting from the DVD (so I can't run the Since Vista won't >> >> >> > start >> >> >> > when >> >> >> > the >> >> >> > card is in, that's not possible. >> >> >> if it does, then add the "Other" cards one at a time.. Why does it work, please..

About Us PC Review is a computing review website with helpful tech support forums staffed by PC experts. Details of my PC: Make: HP Pavilion a1709n Motherboard: Asus M8M2N-LA Memory: 2GB Processor:2.4 GHz AMD Athlon OS: Vista Home Premium PCIe slot: x16 (One) Onboard graphics chipset:NVIDIA GeForce 6150 LE Friday, June 29, 2007 12:51 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I had a similar problem, At first, i had my vista 64 bit computer running with a Top Vista won't start when TV Tuner added by JW » Sun, 11 Feb 2007 05:44:24 t is possible that a card that works in XP will not work in Vista

I just tried to, but it's an install >> >> > package >> >> > that >> >> > detects what hardware is ready to install. http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f24/pc-wont-boot-with-visiontek-tv-wonder-650-tuner-card-374665.html New 09 Feb 2007 #9 Jerry Guest Re: Vista won't start when TV Tuner added efin wrote: > Hello, > I've got Vista Ultimate installed and running great, but when I No post, no beeps. The bios...

thing... http://controlpanelsource.com/vista-won-t/vista-won-t-allow-me-to-run-pvremoteviewx-cab.html I just tried to, but it's an install >> >> >> > package >> >> >> > that >> >> >> > detects what hardware is ready to install. solved RAM not recognized by computer, won't boot, POSTs "RAM not installed" even when RAM is present Computer won't even start to post, constantly restarts after 10 secs More resources Tom's I bought a PCI POST DIAGNOSTICS TEST CARD (StarTech) which slides into a plain PCI slot.

Top Vista won't start when TV Tuner added by ZWZpb » Sun, 11 Feb 2007 01:34:00 Nope - should I have? Is the slot bad and if so is there a way to check it on my own? Do you have another tuner card of any type that you can try and install? "efin" <> wrote in message news:... > Yes and yes. http://controlpanelsource.com/vista-won-t/vista-won-t-boot-after-installing-pci-card.html The exact same thing happens whether I'm booting normally, into Safe Mode, or even booting from the DVD (so I can't run the Startup Repair tool).

I'm certain it's not a hardware > > problem for two reasons: > > > > 1. - It works fine in XP. > > 2. - Windows doesn't stall until Since Vista won't start when >> > the >> > card is in, that's not possible. >> >> >> JW, Feb 9, 2007 #7 Guest Guest Yes and yes. Also try Dscaler which don't need any drivers, also Kastor TV another great proggy..

But this isn't a >> >> > motherboard, nor is it even close to a significant upgrade. >> >> > >> >> > >> >> > >> >> > >> >>

It's an XP install > before I > upgraded to the current larger drive, and that drive has just been sitting > in > my system unplugged. I just tried to, but it's an install package > > that > > detects what hardware is ready to install. The exact same thing happens whether I'm booting normally, into Safe Mode, or even booting from the DVD (so I can't run the Startup Repair tool). get it all to work OK...THEN install ya TV card, and load your WDM drivers, or even try the BDA if ya want, but try the WDM first, (If there are

Knight Rider looking... Our expert industry analysis and practical solutions help you make better buying decisions and get more from technology. Knight Rider looking... http://controlpanelsource.com/vista-won-t/vista-won-t-boot-blinking-cursor-after-splash-screen.html But this isn't a > > motherboard, nor is it even close to a significant upgrade. > > > > > > > > > > "JW" wrote: > > >

My PC would not boot up after installing the TV Tuner card, Visiontek TV Wonder 650 PCIe x1. It gets about halfway into > loading the...