Our forum is dedicated to helping you find support and solutions for any problems regarding your Windows 7 PC be it Dell, HP, Acer, Asus or a custom build. July 26, 3. I live within 20 miles of Emley Moor – a powerful transmitter in Yorks – so I expected no problems with reception but even using a roof aerial the Freecom won’t pick up the Channel 5 group of transmissions. According to that, there is no BDA drivers installed on your machine. Get to Know Us.

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The team works very hard to make sure the community is running the best HTPC-software. INI Other than that I think Sub comes along and points to bdx old post with a utility that displays info about your device and rapidly followed by a suggestion of what to add into BDA. A good starting point is [ Add to Wish List. Recommended if you have a socket nearby.

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Not checked DVDs again just yet. As it’s easier to spend 22 quid on another Freecom rather than stick frescom bigger arial on the roof another one is on its way. Enabled it and hey presto all 60 channels work perfectly.


I told them that I had bought one each for my daughters feecom a year earlier and that I did not expect them to be redundant after just over a year. If anyone has managed to get the video drivers behaving with Media Center then I’d be interested to know.

After some experimentation I’ve settled on the open source and freeware MediaPortal http: Originally Posted by maxihod Well Just thought I’d give this another try this morning. Discussion in ‘ General Support ‘ started by TamboJuly 25, I’m new to MP – can anyone tell me how to configure the capture card definition? When plugged into the mains aerial I got all the major channels. First try adding this to your bda. We give away MediaPortal for free but hosting and software is not for us.

Just a record of my experience with Win7 and this device: Don’t be naive – nothing Digi will work on a six inch bit of wire!

Installation was easy enough and everything seems to work fine so far so good with reasonable picture quality. This identified the new Freecom BDA driver-based tuner as well as my existing analogue card and it works fine.

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I contacted the Freecom Helpline to be told that the co-ax connector was a known problem replacements a month! Windows Home Premium x Windows 7 Ultimate 64 Bit 11 posts. Installed fine, had a issue at first with it just showing a black screen and no audio.


All times are GMT There is also an extra adapter to fit between the aerial cable and the stick itself. You can edit your question or post anyway. Find More Posts by ollie Thanks, worked with Win Media Center very well using 64bit drivers. Unlimited One-Day Delivery and more.

This is slightly slicker, especially on tuning and organising channels you freefom re-order them in V1. There is two things we can try. Cheaper than comparable products, Freecom appear to have saved money by including rudimentary software with limited EPG support. After a bit of trouble shooting checked my BIOS usb settings, turns out the USB 2 host controller was disabled by default for some bizarre reason.

You can still see all customer reviews for the product. They in effect said “tough”.