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Thread: What DVB-T cards does GB-PVR support?

  1. #11
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    The error is with the Nova, I've given up on the Jetway and removed it.

    Any thoughts on the error?

  2. #12
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    Herbs, at http://www.technotrend.de/english/do.../download.html do I need:

    Version 2.17g (13.08.2004),

    BDA-driver Version 4.4.9.15 (01.12.2004)

    or

    BDA-Software (1.0.3.0 Beta; Jan 2005)

  3. #13
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    Firstly I now have my nova-t working well with gbpvr it was an unrelated error that caused my problems.

    You need the BDA version 4.4.9.15 you can download the other one but that has other stuff such as a rather shitty tv app that technotrend have packaged with it and Nova-s/c/t drivers etc it also weighs in at 51 mb dl where the one I recommend is 1/2 meg dl.
    You will have to remove the drivers you have presently for the Nova-t and reboot to install the BDA drivers. Installing these drivers will mean you can no longer use the Nova-t software that came with your card.

    On the Jetway card I believe its a clone of the vstream xpert digital card (might be wrong here though) which I also believe have bda drivers so it is quite possible to have a dual set up in gbpvr if you build a graph edit file.



    PVR1: GBPVR 1.3.11|Pentium E5200|2GB|Hauppauge nova-t stick|nova-t usb2| tevion dvb-t100|250GB OS + 250GB HDD
    PVR2: GBPVR 1.3.11|Sempron 2800+|768Mb|Geforce 5700le|Nebula pci|nova-t 909|nova-t 90002|nova-t stick| 300GB + 80 OS HDD

  4. #14
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    Thanks to your help I now have the card working. I do have the following errors that perhaps you can help with:

    1) The live TV display is blank with no sound when viewed in GBPVR on the PC (overlay Manager used, VMR7 & 9 give errors). It does display via my MVPs but unstable and has caused BSD on my XP SP2.

    2) I have a lip-sync' problem in recordings, the sound lags the video.

    Any ideas?

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (Dean @ Mar. 11 2005,03:37)]Thanks to your help I now have the card working. I do have the following errors that perhaps you can help with:

    1) The live TV display is blank with no sound when viewed in GBPVR on the PC (overlay Manager used, VMR7 & 9 give errors). It does display via my MVPs but unstable and has caused BSD on my XP SP2.

    2) I have a lip-sync' problem in recordings, the sound lags the video.

    Any ideas?
    1) I had similar problem with some mpeg2 codecs like the Nvidia one would show on one channel and not another so I set it to default and it seems to be fine now. What codecs do you have to choose from?

    2) I had this and I believe it was down to the MpgMux.ax I was using, also to be absolutely sure I removed gbpvr and its whole directory and re-installed it. This may or may not work for you.

    I also had issues with FFDShow causing problems with video display so if you have this installed it might be a good idea to remove it to see if this helps.
    PVR1: GBPVR 1.3.11|Pentium E5200|2GB|Hauppauge nova-t stick|nova-t usb2| tevion dvb-t100|250GB OS + 250GB HDD
    PVR2: GBPVR 1.3.11|Sempron 2800+|768Mb|Geforce 5700le|Nebula pci|nova-t 909|nova-t 90002|nova-t stick| 300GB + 80 OS HDD

  6. #16
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    Herbs, you wrote:

    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] ]You will have to remove the drivers you have presently for the Nova-t and reboot to install the BDA drivers. Installing these drivers will mean you can no longer use the Nova-t software that came with your card

    I'm also having probs with my Nova -t (see forum entry on nova t crashing problems) and am pretty new to much of this. I take it that you don't have problems with CPU usage going 100%?

    I was interested to see you were using different drivers for your nova t. I wanted to try to load them, to see if this would make a difference for me, but, forgive my ignorance, how do I install them?

    I have tried the following:
    uninstalling all hauppauge entries under device manager
    re-booting & then pointing windows at the directory with the BDA drivers in, but problem was that windows tried installing the tuner/capture drivers, but then just powered off and re-booted (weird, never seen windows do this before). Was I doing the right thing?

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    Well it seems I am suffering the 100% bug too only on timeshift mode though, otherwise I can record fine. These are the only drivers I have tried for the nova-t. But remove the drivers from your card in device manager, and run hcw clear (I think thats the name) from the hauppauge disk you got with your card. Then reboot and use the bda drivers when prompted.
    PVR1: GBPVR 1.3.11|Pentium E5200|2GB|Hauppauge nova-t stick|nova-t usb2| tevion dvb-t100|250GB OS + 250GB HDD
    PVR2: GBPVR 1.3.11|Sempron 2800+|768Mb|Geforce 5700le|Nebula pci|nova-t 909|nova-t 90002|nova-t stick| 300GB + 80 OS HDD

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