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Venturer
post Dec 4 2004, 12:14 AM
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Sorry but i'm a newbiw and i woluld to understand what exactly is BDA!
I see new BDA drivers support DVB-S and DVB-T card!
Sill this drivers work in WIndows XP Professional or are this drivers programmed only for Windows MCE 2005?

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post Dec 4 2004, 08:58 AM
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Venturer,

Have a read of the FAQ and the link in this section

What are BDA drivers that I keep hearing about?

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Sill this drivers work in WIndows XP Professional or are this drivers programmed only for Windows MCE 2005?

While taking a bit of a guess here BDA drivers should work on any version of windows that supports the latest version of DirectX, so this should be 2000, XP, 2003 at least.

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It is the abriviation for Broadcast Driver Architecture (BDA) which is Microsoft standard for digital video capture on Microsoft Windows operating systems.


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