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303-Acid
Posted on: Jul 30 2003, 05:39 PM


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Yes, my ABC dig radio works. I just did a scan too. I can't help you out in fixing it though, I'm still reading and learning from everyone else! smile.gif
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303-Acid
Posted on: Jul 30 2003, 12:15 PM


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I got exactly the same as magicrob. Have dl'd and will give it a go tonight.
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303-Acid
Posted on: Jul 30 2003, 09:52 AM


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I'm getting greater than 70% strength and more than 85% quality, but still get minor breakup on 7 and 10 is pretty much unwatchable. Why would this be happening? This is for SD by the way.

I have tried both PowerDVD 4 and 5. With PDVD4 installed the aspect ratio is correct full screen, but changing channels take a very long time. With PDVD5 full screen ratio is wrong, but channel surfing is quick.

Also with the breakup, if I try and watch the chanel too long I bluescreen. I have tried different driver versions. I've rescanned all channels, but that shouldn't make a difference.

I'm using a new install of XP on an AthlonXP 2000+ GF3Ti500 768mb ram. I don't think hardware is the problem as channel 9 and ABC run flawless. The breakup isn't consistant either. It's been working perfect some nights, and not others.

Perhaps waiting for the next WinDTV would be an idea?
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