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cza
post Jan 14 2009, 09:05 PM
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I've been using BDADriverV1.2.3.8_WHQL.zip from Twinhan's website and pointing to WINXP dir in Vista x64 (digital signatures also have to disabled for this to work). With this setup, DigitalWatch and an old version of WebScheduler run without any issues.

However using the same settings/drivers on on Windows 7, Beta 1 Build 7000 gives me the following errors:

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Loading Tuner
                    Failed to Assert TuningSpace in AddSourceFilters: -2147024809
                    Failed to add source filters: -2147024809
                  Failed to load Source Tuner


The card in device manager (listed as DVB-TV 878 Tuner and Capture Driver) is successfully installed. I then tried running WebScheduler and it won't detect any channels. So it's not a problem with DW and is a filter problem of some sort?

Any ideas?

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post Jan 17 2009, 06:24 PM
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However using the same settings/drivers on on Windows 7, Beta 1 Build 7000
Does the new beta use the new TV Pack software? If so then it will be using new versions of the BDA NP, TIF & S&T Filters that do not support the same interface route methods as with previous versions which I suspect will not get fixed until the final release, if at all, that is.
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cza
post Jan 20 2009, 01:12 PM
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Oh crap sad.gif I think you might be right bear and yes, searching around it seems that Windows 2008 server (onwards) uses a different implementation of BDA. This might mean a wide array of cards are next to useless. I guess i'll just have to hold off watching TV till the end of the year...and hopefully they'll fix it. I don't think it's worth investing in a new card for a beta OS.
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post Jan 20 2009, 06:19 PM
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I don't think it's worth investing in a new card for a beta OS.
It is not a card related issue, just the applications need to adapt to the new model if required.
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post Feb 2 2009, 06:35 PM
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From Blue Bit regarding my channel scan log:

The problem is one of the filters that WS uses is not available:

PSI filter is NULL!

The PSI filter should be installed as part of DirectX and may be missing or not available yet in the beta builds of Win 7.

I have not done any testing on Win 7 yet, will probably do some testing when it gets closer to launch.
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post Feb 2 2009, 09:23 PM
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Could it be possible for anyone with a Windows 7 and DVB Web Scheduler channel scan logs.

We can point Blue bit here for early analysis.
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