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drdos7
post Jul 12 2010, 10:55 AM
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Hi,

FusionHDTV 3.83 official version

http://www.fusionhdtv.co.kr/ENG/Download/SoftwareDVBT.aspx

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<< Changes in Rev 3.83 version >>
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1. Supports Windows7 WHQL driver for USB Driver.

2. Supports Windows7 WHQL driver for Express series.


There are actually new files. The USB drivers appear to be the ones installed for DD4.

I re-installed my card.
The IR remote now works, even after sleep.
The tuners both work after sleep.

dRdoS7.
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post Aug 20 2010, 01:22 PM
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QUOTE (drdos7 @ Jul 12 2010, 11:55 AM) *
Hi,

FusionHDTV 3.83 official version

http://www.fusionhdtv.co.kr/ENG/Download/SoftwareDVBT.aspx



There are actually new files. The USB drivers appear to be the ones installed for DD4.

I re-installed my card.
The IR remote now works, even after sleep.
The tuners both work after sleep.

dRdoS7.


It might have fixed problems with the remote with Windows 7 but on installing FusionHDTV version 3.83 with Windows XP I got one of the tuners showing a yellow exclamation mark and ‘This device cannot start (Code 10). After failing to fix it I tried going back to the previous version FusionHDTV 3.81.01 and to my dismay the yellow exclamation mark remained. I fixed the problem by turning the computer off and briefly disconnecting the power by pulling the power cord out until I saw the motherboard light turn off. Doing this presumably results in the computer re-scanning for USB devices on booting up and then the dual tuners which are seen as USB devices work correctly. If you don't do this one of the tuners can fail. Dvico probably isn’t aware of the need to do this to ensure both tuners work after installing new versions of FusionHDTV.
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