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    • #49650
      AvatarArris
      Moderator

      Sounds good! πŸ™‚ I expect many people are waiting for you to release it! :geek:

    • #59461
      AvatarAnonymous

      Sounds good! πŸ™‚ I expect many people are waiting for you to release it! :geek:

    • #49651

      Uploaded. Enjoy guys πŸ™‚

    • #59462
      AvatarAnonymous

      Uploaded. Enjoy guys πŸ™‚

    • #49652

      Wow, awesome work!
      Can’t test it by myself, because I don’t have a TV Card now, but I hope, it helps someone else! πŸ˜‰

    • #59463
      AvatarAnonymous

      Wow, awesome work!
      Can’t test it by myself, because I don’t have a TV Card now, but I hope, it helps someone else! πŸ˜‰

    • #49653

      Added a mirror to your post for those who dispise RapidShare or if they just downloaded something instead of waiting 15 minutes. 😈

      http://www.mediafire.com/file/zo2zhjwhmkn/BDA_R2__TV_Card_.msi

    • #59464
      AvatarAnonymous

      Added a mirror to your post for those who dispise RapidShare or if they just downloaded something instead of waiting 15 minutes. 😈

      http://www.mediafire.com/file/zo2zhjwhmkn/BDA_R2__TV_Card_.msi

    • #49654

      Thanks for adding a mirror to my post. πŸ˜‰

    • #59465
      AvatarAnonymous

      Thanks for adding a mirror to my post. πŸ˜‰

    • #49655

      Hello,

      I also try to install my TV card on a Windows Server 2008 R2 (64bit) machine. I want to use my Hauppauge PVR-500 TV card with GBPVR software to watch and record TV shows from the livingroom with my Egreat M34A NMT.
      The card is analog.

      I received errors when I use the GBPVR TunningAssistent.exe and select my card.


      TuningAssistant


      Failed to find Crossbar filter. Wrong device type?


      OK



      I would so happy when I can run it all on my Windows Server 2008 R2.
      When I start PVRX2 at the w2k8 machine then I received also an error message:



      Sorry, this system does not support the required VMR9 video render.


      OK



      I have al the things doing in this forum.
      * Install a Windows Vista Eng (64bit) machine and get the files with BDAforServer
      * Install Windows Server 2008 R2 and activate Desktop Experience and Audio
      * Install Windows Media Player 12
      * Install K-Lite Codec Pack
      * Install Media Player Classic – Home Cinema x64
      * Run all the register files the are post
      * Run ‘Setup BDA’ to install the Vista files
      * Install GBPVR

      My server has no Audio device and a simple onboard Video card. When a Audio device is necessary, let my know, then I go to buy one. My Video card is a ‘XGI Volari Z7 controller with 32MB of Video Memory’ wish is onboard of my systemboard: ‘Asus Server DSBV-DX’. The system has 8GB of intern memory and 2x Xeon Quartcore 2.5GHZ processors and a ARC1222 Raid Card with 4 HDD in a Raid5 set.

      Can someone help my to get the analog TV Card (Hauppauge pvr-500) running on my Windows Server 2008 R2?

    • #59466
      AvatarAnonymous

      Hello,

      I also try to install my TV card on a Windows Server 2008 R2 (64bit) machine. I want to use my Hauppauge PVR-500 TV card with GBPVR software to watch and record TV shows from the livingroom with my Egreat M34A NMT.
      The card is analog.

      I received errors when I use the GBPVR TunningAssistent.exe and select my card.


      TuningAssistant


      Failed to find Crossbar filter. Wrong device type?


      OK



      I would so happy when I can run it all on my Windows Server 2008 R2.
      When I start PVRX2 at the w2k8 machine then I received also an error message:



      Sorry, this system does not support the required VMR9 video render.


      OK



      I have al the things doing in this forum.
      * Install a Windows Vista Eng (64bit) machine and get the files with BDAforServer
      * Install Windows Server 2008 R2 and activate Desktop Experience and Audio
      * Install Windows Media Player 12
      * Install K-Lite Codec Pack
      * Install Media Player Classic – Home Cinema x64
      * Run all the register files the are post
      * Run ‘Setup BDA’ to install the Vista files
      * Install GBPVR

      My server has no Audio device and a simple onboard Video card. When a Audio device is necessary, let my know, then I go to buy one. My Video card is a ‘XGI Volari Z7 controller with 32MB of Video Memory’ wish is onboard of my systemboard: ‘Asus Server DSBV-DX’. The system has 8GB of intern memory and 2x Xeon Quartcore 2.5GHZ processors and a ARC1222 Raid Card with 4 HDD in a Raid5 set.

      Can someone help my to get the analog TV Card (Hauppauge pvr-500) running on my Windows Server 2008 R2?

    • #49656

      @hvannieu wrote:

      Can someone help my to get the analog TV Card (Hauppauge pvr-500) running on my Windows Server 2008 R2?

      I have clearly stated that there is NO SUPPORT for Analogue (yet). I will be adding Analogue support soon.

      I dont have a Analogue tv card, so i will need you/forum people to do some testing for me to get it to work.

      Cheers

    • #59467
      AvatarAnonymous

      @hvannieu wrote:

      Can someone help my to get the analog TV Card (Hauppauge pvr-500) running on my Windows Server 2008 R2?

      I have clearly stated that there is NO SUPPORT for Analogue (yet). I will be adding Analogue support soon.

      I dont have a Analogue tv card, so i will need you/forum people to do some testing for me to get it to work.

      Cheers

    • #49657

      @shahed26 wrote:

      @hvannieu wrote:

      Can someone help my to get the analog TV Card (Hauppauge pvr-500) running on my Windows Server 2008 R2?

      I have clearly stated that there is NO SUPPORT for Analogue (yet). I will be adding Analogue support soon.

      I dont have a Analogue tv card, so i will need you/forum people to do some testing for me to get it to work.

      Cheers

      I read that line (no Analogue), but post this to let you know that there are people who needs analogue and maybe there is somebody the have a solution and can post it…
      Let you know my when you support analogue? Until then I will run the program on other pc which run Windows 7. I hope you come (fast) with a solution for Windows server 2008 R2, then i’m the happy’s men of the world! πŸ˜†

      If I can help let me know, I have a analogue card but have no idea what to do.

    • #59468
      AvatarAnonymous

      @shahed26 wrote:

      @hvannieu wrote:

      Can someone help my to get the analog TV Card (Hauppauge pvr-500) running on my Windows Server 2008 R2?

      I have clearly stated that there is NO SUPPORT for Analogue (yet). I will be adding Analogue support soon.

      I dont have a Analogue tv card, so i will need you/forum people to do some testing for me to get it to work.

      Cheers

      I read that line (no Analogue), but post this to let you know that there are people who needs analogue and maybe there is somebody the have a solution and can post it…
      Let you know my when you support analogue? Until then I will run the program on other pc which run Windows 7. I hope you come (fast) with a solution for Windows server 2008 R2, then i’m the happy’s men of the world! πŸ˜†

      If I can help let me know, I have a analogue card but have no idea what to do.

    • #49658

      Copy and paste this to notepad, and then save it with the extension “reg”. Then merge it to your R2 registry.

      Let me know if that got your analog to work.

      Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00


      [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTWow6432NodeCLSID{DA4E3DA0-D07D-11d0-BD50-00A0C911CE86}Instance{a799a801-a46d-11d0-a18c-00a02401dcd4}]
      "FriendlyName"="WDM Streaming Crossbars"
      "CLSID"="{a799a801-a46d-11d0-a18c-00a02401dcd4}"

      [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTWow6432NodeCLSID{DA4E3DA0-D07D-11d0-BD50-00A0C911CE86}Instance{a799a802-a46d-11d0-a18c-00a02401dcd4}]
      "FriendlyName"="WDM Streaming TV Audio"
      "CLSID"="{a799a802-a46d-11d0-a18c-00a02401dcd4}"

      [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTWow6432NodeCLSID{DA4E3DA0-D07D-11d0-BD50-00A0C911CE86}Instance{a799a800-a46d-11d0-a18c-00a02401dcd4}]
      "FriendlyName"="WDM Streaming TV Tuners"
      "CLSID"="{a799a800-a46d-11d0-a18c-00a02401dcd4}"


      [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREClassesWow6432NodeCLSID{DA4E3DA0-D07D-11d0-BD50-00A0C911CE86}Instance{07dad660-22f1-11d1-a9f4-00c04fbbde8f}]
      "FriendlyName"="WDM Streaming VBI Codec"
      "CLSID"="{07dad660-22f1-11d1-a9f4-00c04fbbde8f}"

      [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREClassesWow6432NodeCLSID{DA4E3DA0-D07D-11d0-BD50-00A0C911CE86}Instance{19689BF6-C384-48FD-AD51-90E58C79F70B}]
      "FriendlyName"="WDM Streaming Encoder Devices"
      "CLSID"="{19689BF6-C384-48FD-AD51-90E58C79F70B}"

      [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREClassesWow6432NodeCLSID{DA4E3DA0-D07D-11d0-BD50-00A0C911CE86}Instance{71985F48-1CA1-11d3-9CC8-00C04F7971E0}]
      "FriendlyName"="BDA Source Filters"
      "CLSID"="{71985F48-1CA1-11d3-9CC8-00C04F7971E0}"

      [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREClassesWow6432NodeCLSID{DA4E3DA0-D07D-11d0-BD50-00A0C911CE86}Instance{71985F4A-1CA1-11d3-9CC8-00C04F7971E0}]
      "FriendlyName"="BDA Rendering Filters"
      "CLSID"="{71985F4A-1CA1-11d3-9CC8-00C04F7971E0}"

      [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREClassesWow6432NodeCLSID{DA4E3DA0-D07D-11d0-BD50-00A0C911CE86}Instance{7A5DE1D3-01A1-452C-B481-4FA2B96271E8}]
      "FriendlyName"="WDM Streaming Multiplexer Devices"
      "CLSID"="{7A5DE1D3-01A1-452C-B481-4FA2B96271E8}"

      [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREClassesWow6432NodeCLSID{DA4E3DA0-D07D-11d0-BD50-00A0C911CE86}Instance{C4C4C4FC-0049-4E2B-98FB-9537F6CE516D}]
      "FriendlyName"="BDA CP/CA Filters"
      "Merit"=dword:00600000
      "CLSID"="{C4C4C4FC-0049-4E2B-98FB-9537F6CE516D}"

      [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREClassesWow6432NodeCLSID{DA4E3DA0-D07D-11d0-BD50-00A0C911CE86}Instance{FD0A5AF4-B41D-11d2-9C95-00C04F7971E0}]
      "FriendlyName"="BDA Receiver Components"
      "CLSID"="{FD0A5AF4-B41D-11d2-9C95-00C04F7971E0}"






      [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTWow6432NodeCLSID{266EEE40-6C63-11cf-8A03-00AA006ECB65}]
      @="WDM TV Tuner"

      [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTWow6432NodeCLSID{266EEE40-6C63-11cf-8A03-00AA006ECB65}InprocServer32]
      @="C:\Windows\SysWOW64\kstvtune.ax"
      "ThreadingModel"="Both"







      [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTWow6432NodeCLSID{71F96460-78F3-11d0-A18C-00A0C9118956}]
      @="%Filter_XBar%"

      [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTWow6432NodeCLSID{71F96460-78F3-11d0-A18C-00A0C9118956}InprocServer32]
      @="C:\Windows\SysWOW64\ksxbar.ax"
      "ThreadingModel"="Both"

      [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTWow6432NodeCLSID{71F96461-78F3-11d0-A18C-00A0C9118956}]
      @="Analog Crossbar Property Page"

      [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTWow6432NodeCLSID{71F96461-78F3-11d0-A18C-00A0C9118956}InprocServer32]
      @="C:\Windows\SysWOW64\ksxbar.ax"
      "ThreadingModel"="Both"


      [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTWow6432NodeCLSID{71F96462-78F3-11d0-A18C-00A0C9118956}]
      @="WDM TV Audio"

      [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTWow6432NodeCLSID{71F96462-78F3-11d0-A18C-00A0C9118956}InprocServer32]
      @="C:\Windows\SysWOW64\ksxbar.ax"
      "ThreadingModel"="Both"

      [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTWow6432NodeCLSID{71F96463-78F3-11d0-A18C-00A0C9118956}]
      @="TV Audio Property Page"

      [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTWow6432NodeCLSID{71F96463-78F3-11d0-A18C-00A0C9118956}InprocServer32]
      @="C:\Windows\SysWOW64\ksxbar.ax"
      "ThreadingModel"="Both"

    • #59469
      AvatarAnonymous

      Copy and paste this to notepad, and then save it with the extension “reg”. Then merge it to your R2 registry.

      Let me know if that got your analog to work.

      Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00


      [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTWow6432NodeCLSID{DA4E3DA0-D07D-11d0-BD50-00A0C911CE86}Instance{a799a801-a46d-11d0-a18c-00a02401dcd4}]
      "FriendlyName"="WDM Streaming Crossbars"
      "CLSID"="{a799a801-a46d-11d0-a18c-00a02401dcd4}"

      [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTWow6432NodeCLSID{DA4E3DA0-D07D-11d0-BD50-00A0C911CE86}Instance{a799a802-a46d-11d0-a18c-00a02401dcd4}]
      "FriendlyName"="WDM Streaming TV Audio"
      "CLSID"="{a799a802-a46d-11d0-a18c-00a02401dcd4}"

      [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTWow6432NodeCLSID{DA4E3DA0-D07D-11d0-BD50-00A0C911CE86}Instance{a799a800-a46d-11d0-a18c-00a02401dcd4}]
      "FriendlyName"="WDM Streaming TV Tuners"
      "CLSID"="{a799a800-a46d-11d0-a18c-00a02401dcd4}"


      [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREClassesWow6432NodeCLSID{DA4E3DA0-D07D-11d0-BD50-00A0C911CE86}Instance{07dad660-22f1-11d1-a9f4-00c04fbbde8f}]
      "FriendlyName"="WDM Streaming VBI Codec"
      "CLSID"="{07dad660-22f1-11d1-a9f4-00c04fbbde8f}"

      [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREClassesWow6432NodeCLSID{DA4E3DA0-D07D-11d0-BD50-00A0C911CE86}Instance{19689BF6-C384-48FD-AD51-90E58C79F70B}]
      "FriendlyName"="WDM Streaming Encoder Devices"
      "CLSID"="{19689BF6-C384-48FD-AD51-90E58C79F70B}"

      [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREClassesWow6432NodeCLSID{DA4E3DA0-D07D-11d0-BD50-00A0C911CE86}Instance{71985F48-1CA1-11d3-9CC8-00C04F7971E0}]
      "FriendlyName"="BDA Source Filters"
      "CLSID"="{71985F48-1CA1-11d3-9CC8-00C04F7971E0}"

      [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREClassesWow6432NodeCLSID{DA4E3DA0-D07D-11d0-BD50-00A0C911CE86}Instance{71985F4A-1CA1-11d3-9CC8-00C04F7971E0}]
      "FriendlyName"="BDA Rendering Filters"
      "CLSID"="{71985F4A-1CA1-11d3-9CC8-00C04F7971E0}"

      [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREClassesWow6432NodeCLSID{DA4E3DA0-D07D-11d0-BD50-00A0C911CE86}Instance{7A5DE1D3-01A1-452C-B481-4FA2B96271E8}]
      "FriendlyName"="WDM Streaming Multiplexer Devices"
      "CLSID"="{7A5DE1D3-01A1-452C-B481-4FA2B96271E8}"

      [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREClassesWow6432NodeCLSID{DA4E3DA0-D07D-11d0-BD50-00A0C911CE86}Instance{C4C4C4FC-0049-4E2B-98FB-9537F6CE516D}]
      "FriendlyName"="BDA CP/CA Filters"
      "Merit"=dword:00600000
      "CLSID"="{C4C4C4FC-0049-4E2B-98FB-9537F6CE516D}"

      [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREClassesWow6432NodeCLSID{DA4E3DA0-D07D-11d0-BD50-00A0C911CE86}Instance{FD0A5AF4-B41D-11d2-9C95-00C04F7971E0}]
      "FriendlyName"="BDA Receiver Components"
      "CLSID"="{FD0A5AF4-B41D-11d2-9C95-00C04F7971E0}"






      [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTWow6432NodeCLSID{266EEE40-6C63-11cf-8A03-00AA006ECB65}]
      @="WDM TV Tuner"

      [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTWow6432NodeCLSID{266EEE40-6C63-11cf-8A03-00AA006ECB65}InprocServer32]
      @="C:\Windows\SysWOW64\kstvtune.ax"
      "ThreadingModel"="Both"







      [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTWow6432NodeCLSID{71F96460-78F3-11d0-A18C-00A0C9118956}]
      @="%Filter_XBar%"

      [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTWow6432NodeCLSID{71F96460-78F3-11d0-A18C-00A0C9118956}InprocServer32]
      @="C:\Windows\SysWOW64\ksxbar.ax"
      "ThreadingModel"="Both"

      [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTWow6432NodeCLSID{71F96461-78F3-11d0-A18C-00A0C9118956}]
      @="Analog Crossbar Property Page"

      [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTWow6432NodeCLSID{71F96461-78F3-11d0-A18C-00A0C9118956}InprocServer32]
      @="C:\Windows\SysWOW64\ksxbar.ax"
      "ThreadingModel"="Both"


      [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTWow6432NodeCLSID{71F96462-78F3-11d0-A18C-00A0C9118956}]
      @="WDM TV Audio"

      [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTWow6432NodeCLSID{71F96462-78F3-11d0-A18C-00A0C9118956}InprocServer32]
      @="C:\Windows\SysWOW64\ksxbar.ax"
      "ThreadingModel"="Both"

      [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTWow6432NodeCLSID{71F96463-78F3-11d0-A18C-00A0C9118956}]
      @="TV Audio Property Page"

      [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTWow6432NodeCLSID{71F96463-78F3-11d0-A18C-00A0C9118956}InprocServer32]
      @="C:\Windows\SysWOW64\ksxbar.ax"
      "ThreadingModel"="Both"

    • #49659

      @shahed26 wrote:

      Copy and paste this to notepad, and then save it with the extension “reg”. Then merge it to your R2 registry.

      Let me know if that got your analog to work.

      code delete

      I have load the regfile and reboot my machine. I received the same error:


      TuningAssistant


      Failed to find Crossbar filter. Wrong device type?


      OK


    • #59470
      AvatarAnonymous

      @shahed26 wrote:

      Copy and paste this to notepad, and then save it with the extension “reg”. Then merge it to your R2 registry.

      Let me know if that got your analog to work.

      code delete

      I have load the regfile and reboot my machine. I received the same error:


      TuningAssistant


      Failed to find Crossbar filter. Wrong device type?


      OK


    • #49660

      Did you install my “BDA R2.msi” as well?

      Am still looking into analogue…

    • #59471
      AvatarAnonymous

      Did you install my “BDA R2.msi” as well?

      Am still looking into analogue…

    • #49661

      @hvannieu wrote:

      @shahed26 wrote:

      Copy and paste this to notepad, and then save it with the extension “reg”. Then merge it to your R2 registry.

      Let me know if that got your analog to work.

      code delete

      I have load the regfile and reboot my machine. I received the same error:


      TuningAssistant


      Failed to find Crossbar filter. Wrong device type?


      OK


      Good news I have reload the device drivers ‘Hauppauge PVR-500’ now the error message is goin. I can now select my TVcard and Country. The channel scan works, only it gives no screen. When I try to start PVRX2.exe (from GBPVR) then I received a error message:



      Sorry, this system does not support the required VMR9 video render.


      OK


      VMR9 Video Render, is this maybe why I get no screen (picture) of the channels?
      It’s good to now that my system (w2k8 R2) has no audio device and a very simple video card on his onboard. My systemboard is ‘Asus DSBV-DX’ and my Video card is ‘XGI Volari Z7’ with 32MB of Video memory. I use my on Systemboard Video Card. I Hope this no problem. Is a Audio card necessary to watch Live TV with sound on my NMT in the livingroom?

    • #59472
      AvatarAnonymous

      @hvannieu wrote:

      @shahed26 wrote:

      Copy and paste this to notepad, and then save it with the extension “reg”. Then merge it to your R2 registry.

      Let me know if that got your analog to work.

      code delete

      I have load the regfile and reboot my machine. I received the same error:


      TuningAssistant


      Failed to find Crossbar filter. Wrong device type?


      OK


      Good news I have reload the device drivers ‘Hauppauge PVR-500’ now the error message is goin. I can now select my TVcard and Country. The channel scan works, only it gives no screen. When I try to start PVRX2.exe (from GBPVR) then I received a error message:



      Sorry, this system does not support the required VMR9 video render.


      OK


      VMR9 Video Render, is this maybe why I get no screen (picture) of the channels?
      It’s good to now that my system (w2k8 R2) has no audio device and a very simple video card on his onboard. My systemboard is ‘Asus DSBV-DX’ and my Video card is ‘XGI Volari Z7’ with 32MB of Video memory. I use my on Systemboard Video Card. I Hope this no problem. Is a Audio card necessary to watch Live TV with sound on my NMT in the livingroom?

    • #49662

      @shahed26 wrote:

      Did you install my “BDA R2.msi” as well?

      Am still looking into analogue…

      Yes i have load this install also.

    • #59473
      AvatarAnonymous

      @shahed26 wrote:

      Did you install my “BDA R2.msi” as well?

      Am still looking into analogue…

      Yes i have load this install also.

    • #49663

      Ok, try this “reg” file, and also what is the name of your tv card?

      http://www.mediafire.com/?sharekey=649f5449550aaa58d2db6fb9a8902bda

    • #59474
      AvatarAnonymous

      Ok, try this “reg” file, and also what is the name of your tv card?

      http://www.mediafire.com/?sharekey=649f5449550aaa58d2db6fb9a8902bda

    • #49664

      @shahed26 wrote:

      Ok, try this “reg” file, and also what is the name of your tv card?

      http://www.mediafire.com/?sharekey=649f5449550aaa58d2db6fb9a8902bda

      which file must I load from your link? There are a lot of Files, only no file with the name ‘reg’.
      I have a Hauppauge PVR-500 Analogue TV Card.

    • #59475
      AvatarAnonymous

      @shahed26 wrote:

      Ok, try this “reg” file, and also what is the name of your tv card?

      http://www.mediafire.com/?sharekey=649f5449550aaa58d2db6fb9a8902bda

      which file must I load from your link? There are a lot of Files, only no file with the name ‘reg’.
      I have a Hauppauge PVR-500 Analogue TV Card.

    • #49665
    • #59476
      AvatarAnonymous
    • #49666

      @xxcom9a wrote:

      This one is a .reg file…

      http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?qzz2vmyk3dz

      Must I reboot the system after loads the file? This you alse my previous post missing ‘VMR9 support’?

    • #59477
      AvatarAnonymous

      @xxcom9a wrote:

      This one is a .reg file…

      http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?qzz2vmyk3dz

      Must I reboot the system after loads the file? This you alse my previous post missing ‘VMR9 support’?

    • #49667

      @hvannieu wrote:

      VMR9 Video Render, is this maybe why I get no screen (picture) of the channels?
      It’s good to now that my system (w2k8 R2) has no audio device and a very simple video card on his onboard. My systemboard is ‘Asus DSBV-DX’ and my Video card is ‘XGI Volari Z7’ with 32MB of Video memory. I use my on Systemboard Video Card. I Hope this no problem. Is a Audio card necessary to watch Live TV with sound on my NMT in the livingroom?

      Video renderer has got nothing to do with audio (I think).
      Did you install Desktop experince?
      Did you install a codec pack?

      Just for your info, Hauppauge WinTV app has some incompatiblity problems on server, even on server 2008, many people had problems. My advice is to install an alternative tv app. Best one is dvbviewer (paid) and the best free version of tv app is dvbdream.

      EDIT: Am not too sure about that particular video card.

      EDIT 2: Sorry i missed few of your posts from first page. Thanks for all the info you provided. I will try get the analog to work asap.

    • #59478
      AvatarAnonymous

      @hvannieu wrote:

      VMR9 Video Render, is this maybe why I get no screen (picture) of the channels?
      It’s good to now that my system (w2k8 R2) has no audio device and a very simple video card on his onboard. My systemboard is ‘Asus DSBV-DX’ and my Video card is ‘XGI Volari Z7’ with 32MB of Video memory. I use my on Systemboard Video Card. I Hope this no problem. Is a Audio card necessary to watch Live TV with sound on my NMT in the livingroom?

      Video renderer has got nothing to do with audio (I think).
      Did you install Desktop experince?
      Did you install a codec pack?

      Just for your info, Hauppauge WinTV app has some incompatiblity problems on server, even on server 2008, many people had problems. My advice is to install an alternative tv app. Best one is dvbviewer (paid) and the best free version of tv app is dvbdream.

      EDIT: Am not too sure about that particular video card.

      EDIT 2: Sorry i missed few of your posts from first page. Thanks for all the info you provided. I will try get the analog to work asap.

    • #49668

      @shahed26 wrote:

      @hvannieu wrote:

      VMR9 Video Render, is this maybe why I get no screen (picture) of the channels?
      It’s good to now that my system (w2k8 R2) has no audio device and a very simple video card on his onboard. My systemboard is ‘Asus DSBV-DX’ and my Video card is ‘XGI Volari Z7’ with 32MB of Video memory. I use my on Systemboard Video Card. I Hope this no problem. Is a Audio card necessary to watch Live TV with sound on my NMT in the livingroom?

      Video renderer has got nothing to do with audio (I think).
      Did you install Desktop experince?
      Did you install a codec pack?

      Just for your info, Hauppauge WinTV app has some incompatiblity problems on server, even on server 2008, many people had problems. My advice is to install an alternative tv app. Best one is dvbviewer (paid) and the best free version of tv app is dvbdream.

      EDIT: Am not too sure about that particular video card.

      Video Renderer: Maybe is this one necessary for the screen View of the TVcard?

      Audio: I have no sound card my question is, is this a problem for the Audio on my TV with a NMT. Must my pc then needs a Audio device?

      Deskop Experince = installed

      Codec pack = installed (K-Lite Codec Pack & Media Player Classic – Home Cinema x64)

      I don’t use any software of the WinTV from Hauppauge. Only I have install the drivers of the TVCard from Hauppauge. WinTV is not installed. I use GBPVR and the TuningAssistant.exe who belongs to GBPVR.

    • #59479
      AvatarAnonymous

      @shahed26 wrote:

      @hvannieu wrote:

      VMR9 Video Render, is this maybe why I get no screen (picture) of the channels?
      It’s good to now that my system (w2k8 R2) has no audio device and a very simple video card on his onboard. My systemboard is ‘Asus DSBV-DX’ and my Video card is ‘XGI Volari Z7’ with 32MB of Video memory. I use my on Systemboard Video Card. I Hope this no problem. Is a Audio card necessary to watch Live TV with sound on my NMT in the livingroom?

      Video renderer has got nothing to do with audio (I think).
      Did you install Desktop experince?
      Did you install a codec pack?

      Just for your info, Hauppauge WinTV app has some incompatiblity problems on server, even on server 2008, many people had problems. My advice is to install an alternative tv app. Best one is dvbviewer (paid) and the best free version of tv app is dvbdream.

      EDIT: Am not too sure about that particular video card.

      Video Renderer: Maybe is this one necessary for the screen View of the TVcard?

      Audio: I have no sound card my question is, is this a problem for the Audio on my TV with a NMT. Must my pc then needs a Audio device?

      Deskop Experince = installed

      Codec pack = installed (K-Lite Codec Pack & Media Player Classic – Home Cinema x64)

      I don’t use any software of the WinTV from Hauppauge. Only I have install the drivers of the TVCard from Hauppauge. WinTV is not installed. I use GBPVR and the TuningAssistant.exe who belongs to GBPVR.

    • #49669

      @hvannieu wrote:

      Video Renderer: Maybe is this one necessary for the screen View of the TVcard?

      Audio: I have no sound card my question is, is this a problem for the Audio on my TV with a NMT. Must my pc then needs a Audio device?

      Deskop Experince = installed

      Codec pack = installed (K-Lite Codec Pack & Media Player Classic – Home Cinema x64)

      I don’t use any software of the WinTV from Hauppauge. Only I have install the drivers of the TVCard from Hauppauge. WinTV is not installed. I use GBPVR and the TuningAssistant.exe who belongs to GBPVR.

      Video Renderer is the most important bit to view picture. Without audio card, you will not get sound, simple. and regards GBPVR, i doubt its fully compatible with server. All tv apps are not compatible with server, speacially these media centre software.

      Try installing dvbdream http://www.dvbdream.org/

    • #59480
      AvatarAnonymous

      @hvannieu wrote:

      Video Renderer: Maybe is this one necessary for the screen View of the TVcard?

      Audio: I have no sound card my question is, is this a problem for the Audio on my TV with a NMT. Must my pc then needs a Audio device?

      Deskop Experince = installed

      Codec pack = installed (K-Lite Codec Pack & Media Player Classic – Home Cinema x64)

      I don’t use any software of the WinTV from Hauppauge. Only I have install the drivers of the TVCard from Hauppauge. WinTV is not installed. I use GBPVR and the TuningAssistant.exe who belongs to GBPVR.

      Video Renderer is the most important bit to view picture. Without audio card, you will not get sound, simple. and regards GBPVR, i doubt its fully compatible with server. All tv apps are not compatible with server, speacially these media centre software.

      Try installing dvbdream http://www.dvbdream.org/

    • #49670

      @shahed26 wrote:

      @hvannieu wrote:

      Video Renderer: Maybe is this one necessary for the screen View of the TVcard?

      Audio: I have no sound card my question is, is this a problem for the Audio on my TV with a NMT. Must my pc then needs a Audio device?

      Deskop Experince = installed

      Codec pack = installed (K-Lite Codec Pack & Media Player Classic – Home Cinema x64)

      I don’t use any software of the WinTV from Hauppauge. Only I have install the drivers of the TVCard from Hauppauge. WinTV is not installed. I use GBPVR and the TuningAssistant.exe who belongs to GBPVR.

      Video Renderer is the most important bit to view picture. Without audio card, you will not get sound, simple. and regards GBPVR, i doubt its fully compatible with server. All tv apps are not compatible with server, speacially these media centre software.

      Try installing dvbdream http://www.dvbdream.org/

      DVBdream sees no devices. Is DVB also for analogue?

      Do you know how can I install VMR9 on my server? I think that this is the problem why I don’t get a screen. When I get screen and the TVcard works well then I go to a shop to buy a Audio device for PCI-E or PCI-X slot. When my VideoCard is the problem, then I also buy a new video card.

    • #59481
      AvatarAnonymous

      @shahed26 wrote:

      @hvannieu wrote:

      Video Renderer: Maybe is this one necessary for the screen View of the TVcard?

      Audio: I have no sound card my question is, is this a problem for the Audio on my TV with a NMT. Must my pc then needs a Audio device?

      Deskop Experince = installed

      Codec pack = installed (K-Lite Codec Pack & Media Player Classic – Home Cinema x64)

      I don’t use any software of the WinTV from Hauppauge. Only I have install the drivers of the TVCard from Hauppauge. WinTV is not installed. I use GBPVR and the TuningAssistant.exe who belongs to GBPVR.

      Video Renderer is the most important bit to view picture. Without audio card, you will not get sound, simple. and regards GBPVR, i doubt its fully compatible with server. All tv apps are not compatible with server, speacially these media centre software.

      Try installing dvbdream http://www.dvbdream.org/

      DVBdream sees no devices. Is DVB also for analogue?

      Do you know how can I install VMR9 on my server? I think that this is the problem why I don’t get a screen. When I get screen and the TVcard works well then I go to a shop to buy a Audio device for PCI-E or PCI-X slot. When my VideoCard is the problem, then I also buy a new video card.

    • #49671

      @hvannieu wrote:

      DVBdream sees no devices. Is DVB also for analogue?

      Do you know how can I install VMR9 on my server? I think that this is the problem why I don’t get a screen. When I get screen and the TVcard works well then I go to a shop to buy a Audio device for PCI-E or PCI-X slot. When my VideoCard is the problem, then I also buy a new video card.

      dvbdream also works for analog. You cant install VMR9, its part of microsofts OS. I think there’s something wrong with your system, not sure what though.

      Maybe you should do a clean install of server again, and then install my “reg” file and BDA R2.msi file as well.

      EDIT: You did mention that you installed “bdaforserver” on first page. I think thats were the conflict is, as you installed vista files onto server R2.

      My advice is to do a clean install of server R2, and dont bother with those vista files and my old “bdaforserver” as there only for server 2008 and NOT R2.

    • #59482
      AvatarAnonymous

      @hvannieu wrote:

      DVBdream sees no devices. Is DVB also for analogue?

      Do you know how can I install VMR9 on my server? I think that this is the problem why I don’t get a screen. When I get screen and the TVcard works well then I go to a shop to buy a Audio device for PCI-E or PCI-X slot. When my VideoCard is the problem, then I also buy a new video card.

      dvbdream also works for analog. You cant install VMR9, its part of microsofts OS. I think there’s something wrong with your system, not sure what though.

      Maybe you should do a clean install of server again, and then install my “reg” file and BDA R2.msi file as well.

      EDIT: You did mention that you installed “bdaforserver” on first page. I think thats were the conflict is, as you installed vista files onto server R2.

      My advice is to do a clean install of server R2, and dont bother with those vista files and my old “bdaforserver” as there only for server 2008 and NOT R2.

    • #49672

      @shahed26 wrote:

      @hvannieu wrote:

      DVBdream sees no devices. Is DVB also for analogue?

      Do you know how can I install VMR9 on my server? I think that this is the problem why I don’t get a screen. When I get screen and the TVcard works well then I go to a shop to buy a Audio device for PCI-E or PCI-X slot. When my VideoCard is the problem, then I also buy a new video card.

      dvbdream also works for analog. You cant install VMR9, its part of microsofts OS. I think there’s something wrong with your system, not sure what though.

      Maybe you should do a clean install of server again, and then install my “reg” file and BDA R2.msi file as well.

      EDIT: You did mention that you installed “bdaforserver” on first page. I think thats were the conflict is, as you installed vista files onto server R2.

      My advice is to do a clean install of server R2, and dont bother with those vista files and my old “bdaforserver” as there only for server 2008 and NOT R2.

      I think maybe that my Video Card does not support VMR9 its a Server system. Also a Server motherboard. I think the Video driver fog some options. Maybe I must buy a new card, but I’m not sure if it than works. I would not buy and than its goes not to work…

    • #59483
      AvatarAnonymous

      @shahed26 wrote:

      @hvannieu wrote:

      DVBdream sees no devices. Is DVB also for analogue?

      Do you know how can I install VMR9 on my server? I think that this is the problem why I don’t get a screen. When I get screen and the TVcard works well then I go to a shop to buy a Audio device for PCI-E or PCI-X slot. When my VideoCard is the problem, then I also buy a new video card.

      dvbdream also works for analog. You cant install VMR9, its part of microsofts OS. I think there’s something wrong with your system, not sure what though.

      Maybe you should do a clean install of server again, and then install my “reg” file and BDA R2.msi file as well.

      EDIT: You did mention that you installed “bdaforserver” on first page. I think thats were the conflict is, as you installed vista files onto server R2.

      My advice is to do a clean install of server R2, and dont bother with those vista files and my old “bdaforserver” as there only for server 2008 and NOT R2.

      I think maybe that my Video Card does not support VMR9 its a Server system. Also a Server motherboard. I think the Video driver fog some options. Maybe I must buy a new card, but I’m not sure if it than works. I would not buy and than its goes not to work…

    • #49673

      I dont think its a problem on the video side. VMR9 is installed by server (default, part of Microsofts OS). The video card just renders the picture. No need to buy a new video card for this purpose only.

      Just do a clean installer of Server R2. As i mentioned you installed the old server 2008 bda files first, and that is causing all these problems.

    • #59484
      AvatarAnonymous

      I dont think its a problem on the video side. VMR9 is installed by server (default, part of Microsofts OS). The video card just renders the picture. No need to buy a new video card for this purpose only.

      Just do a clean installer of Server R2. As i mentioned you installed the old server 2008 bda files first, and that is causing all these problems.

    • #49674

      @shahed26 wrote:

      I dont think its a problem on the video side. VMR9 is installed by server (default, part of Microsofts OS). The video card just renders the picture. No need to buy a new video card for this purpose only.

      Just do a clean installer of Server R2. As i mentioned you installed the old server 2008 bda files first, and that is causing all these problems.

      Okay I do to a clean install without the old Sever 2008 bda files.

    • #59485
      AvatarAnonymous

      @shahed26 wrote:

      I dont think its a problem on the video side. VMR9 is installed by server (default, part of Microsofts OS). The video card just renders the picture. No need to buy a new video card for this purpose only.

      Just do a clean installer of Server R2. As i mentioned you installed the old server 2008 bda files first, and that is causing all these problems.

      Okay I do to a clean install without the old Sever 2008 bda files.

    • #49675

      @hvannieu wrote:

      @shahed26 wrote:

      I dont think its a problem on the video side. VMR9 is installed by server (default, part of Microsofts OS). The video card just renders the picture. No need to buy a new video card for this purpose only.

      Just do a clean installer of Server R2. As i mentioned you installed the old server 2008 bda files first, and that is causing all these problems.

      Okay I do to a clean install without the old Sever 2008 bda files.

      I Have do a clean install of Windows Server 2008 R2:

      • Install w2k8 server datacenter (64bit)
      • Install Desktop Experience
      • Install K-Lite codec pack (full-version)
      • Install Hauppauge PVR-500 TV Card Drivers
      • Install GBPVR (with NMTInstall.exe)
      • Load Registerkeys analogue1 & 2 (last posts yesterday) **
      • Install DBA_R2_TV_Card

      ** I have try the card at this point with the TuningAssistant.exe, and received the error code:


      TuningAssistant


      Failed to find Crossbar filter. Wrong device type?


      OK


      After install the ‘DBA_R2_TV_Card.msi’ this error message is gone and can I do a Channel scan but without a screen display.

      I have also try the PVRX2.exe this repports still the same error:



      Sorry, this system does not support the required VMR9 video render.


      OK



      I have install a full clean install of Windows Server 2008 R2 Datacenter (64bit) a lot of work….
      VMR9 video render message is not gone. Also is the VMR9 supported by the OS but my Video Card does support this feature, can this gives the error or is the datacenter version the problem??? I think when the VMR9 error is gone the screen in channel scan maybe also works…

    • #59486
      AvatarAnonymous

      @hvannieu wrote:

      @shahed26 wrote:

      I dont think its a problem on the video side. VMR9 is installed by server (default, part of Microsofts OS). The video card just renders the picture. No need to buy a new video card for this purpose only.

      Just do a clean installer of Server R2. As i mentioned you installed the old server 2008 bda files first, and that is causing all these problems.

      Okay I do to a clean install without the old Sever 2008 bda files.

      I Have do a clean install of Windows Server 2008 R2:

      • Install w2k8 server datacenter (64bit)
      • Install Desktop Experience
      • Install K-Lite codec pack (full-version)
      • Install Hauppauge PVR-500 TV Card Drivers
      • Install GBPVR (with NMTInstall.exe)
      • Load Registerkeys analogue1 & 2 (last posts yesterday) **
      • Install DBA_R2_TV_Card

      ** I have try the card at this point with the TuningAssistant.exe, and received the error code:


      TuningAssistant


      Failed to find Crossbar filter. Wrong device type?


      OK


      After install the ‘DBA_R2_TV_Card.msi’ this error message is gone and can I do a Channel scan but without a screen display.

      I have also try the PVRX2.exe this repports still the same error:



      Sorry, this system does not support the required VMR9 video render.


      OK



      I have install a full clean install of Windows Server 2008 R2 Datacenter (64bit) a lot of work….
      VMR9 video render message is not gone. Also is the VMR9 supported by the OS but my Video Card does support this feature, can this gives the error or is the datacenter version the problem??? I think when the VMR9 error is gone the screen in channel scan maybe also works…

    • #49676

      @hvannieu wrote:

      @hvannieu wrote:

      @shahed26 wrote:

      I dont think its a problem on the video side. VMR9 is installed by server (default, part of Microsofts OS). The video card just renders the picture. No need to buy a new video card for this purpose only.

      Just do a clean installer of Server R2. As i mentioned you installed the old server 2008 bda files first, and that is causing all these problems.

      Okay I do to a clean install without the old Sever 2008 bda files.

      I Have do a clean install of Windows Server 2008 R2:

      • Install w2k8 server datacenter (64bit)
      • Install Desktop Experience
      • Install K-Lite codec pack (full-version)
      • Install Hauppauge PVR-500 TV Card Drivers
      • Install GBPVR (with NMTInstall.exe)
      • Load Registerkeys analogue1 & 2 (last posts yesterday) **
      • Install DBA_R2_TV_Card

      ** I have try the card at this point with the TuningAssistant.exe, and received the error code:


      TuningAssistant


      Failed to find Crossbar filter. Wrong device type?


      OK


      After install the ‘DBA_R2_TV_Card.msi’ this error message is gone and can I do a Channel scan but without a screen display.

      I have also try the PVRX2.exe this repports still the same error:



      Sorry, this system does not support the required VMR9 video render.


      OK



      I have install a full clean install of Windows Server 2008 R2 Datacenter (64bit) a lot of work….
      VMR9 video render message is not gone. Also is the VMR9 supported by the OS but my Video Card does support this feature, can this gives the error or is the datacenter version the problem??? I think when the VMR9 error is gone the screen in channel scan maybe also works…

      I read on a forum that for VMR9 the Video Card must supports ‘Direct3D Accelartion’. See uploaded image. My VideoCard does support that feature/ option.

    • #59487
      AvatarAnonymous

      @hvannieu wrote:

      @hvannieu wrote:

      @shahed26 wrote:

      I dont think its a problem on the video side. VMR9 is installed by server (default, part of Microsofts OS). The video card just renders the picture. No need to buy a new video card for this purpose only.

      Just do a clean installer of Server R2. As i mentioned you installed the old server 2008 bda files first, and that is causing all these problems.

      Okay I do to a clean install without the old Sever 2008 bda files.

      I Have do a clean install of Windows Server 2008 R2:

      • Install w2k8 server datacenter (64bit)
      • Install Desktop Experience
      • Install K-Lite codec pack (full-version)
      • Install Hauppauge PVR-500 TV Card Drivers
      • Install GBPVR (with NMTInstall.exe)
      • Load Registerkeys analogue1 & 2 (last posts yesterday) **
      • Install DBA_R2_TV_Card

      ** I have try the card at this point with the TuningAssistant.exe, and received the error code:


      TuningAssistant


      Failed to find Crossbar filter. Wrong device type?


      OK


      After install the ‘DBA_R2_TV_Card.msi’ this error message is gone and can I do a Channel scan but without a screen display.

      I have also try the PVRX2.exe this repports still the same error:



      Sorry, this system does not support the required VMR9 video render.


      OK



      I have install a full clean install of Windows Server 2008 R2 Datacenter (64bit) a lot of work….
      VMR9 video render message is not gone. Also is the VMR9 supported by the OS but my Video Card does support this feature, can this gives the error or is the datacenter version the problem??? I think when the VMR9 error is gone the screen in channel scan maybe also works…

      I read on a forum that for VMR9 the Video Card must supports ‘Direct3D Accelartion’. See uploaded image. My VideoCard does support that feature/ option.

    • #49677

      Thanks for your great work!

      I installed your work and can see TV programs on my server.

      My TV card is SKY didtal hdtv usb mini at skyok.com.

      I can see digital and analog cable and annalog air tv, but I can’t seach only digital air tv.

      Is it possible for searching this air digital tv?

    • #59488
      AvatarAnonymous

      Thanks for your great work!

      I installed your work and can see TV programs on my server.

      My TV card is SKY didtal hdtv usb mini at skyok.com.

      I can see digital and analog cable and annalog air tv, but I can’t seach only digital air tv.

      Is it possible for searching this air digital tv?

    • #49678

      Hi,
      If you can see analog and digital, then yes you can also search digital air tv.

    • #59489
      AvatarAnonymous

      Hi,
      If you can see analog and digital, then yes you can also search digital air tv.

    • #49679

      Hi,

      Thanks you verry much for your help so far.
      I tried to te get it to work on server 2008 r2 with my asus mycinema p7131 unfortunately it doesn’t work yet.. I got orb to see my tv tuner but i couldn’t view any channels on it.

      I tried reg1 and reg2 plus your install file.
      Desktop experience is installed, as well as a codec pack.

      Can you help me on this?

      Thanks in advance!

    • #59490
      AvatarAnonymous

      Hi,

      Thanks you verry much for your help so far.
      I tried to te get it to work on server 2008 r2 with my asus mycinema p7131 unfortunately it doesn’t work yet.. I got orb to see my tv tuner but i couldn’t view any channels on it.

      I tried reg1 and reg2 plus your install file.
      Desktop experience is installed, as well as a codec pack.

      Can you help me on this?

      Thanks in advance!

    • #49680

      @-NRG- wrote:

      Hi,

      Thanks you verry much for your help so far.
      I got orb to see my tv tuner but i couldn’t view any channels on it.

      Thanks in advance!

      What is orb?

      If its an tv application (orb) and you can see your tv card there, then its working, just that rob app is no compatible with server.

      Try alternative tv viewing apps.

    • #59491
      AvatarAnonymous

      @-NRG- wrote:

      Hi,

      Thanks you verry much for your help so far.
      I got orb to see my tv tuner but i couldn’t view any channels on it.

      Thanks in advance!

      What is orb?

      If its an tv application (orb) and you can see your tv card there, then its working, just that rob app is no compatible with server.

      Try alternative tv viewing apps.

    • #49681

      I ment Orb Live sorry, it’s a streaming application for almost anything on your pc. It uses dscaler for watching/streaming tv.

      Orb live runs fine on vista with this tv-tuner.

      I’ll try some other apps.

    • #59492
      AvatarAnonymous

      I ment Orb Live sorry, it’s a streaming application for almost anything on your pc. It uses dscaler for watching/streaming tv.

      Orb live runs fine on vista with this tv-tuner.

      I’ll try some other apps.

    • #49682

      I can’t get this to work for me. I’ve tried everything in this post (clean install of Server 2008 R2, installed all necessary drivers, file from first post, desktop experience, k-lite codec pack and registry keys) but DVB Dream gives the error “Cannot Initialize DVB hardware! Error code:2”. I’m using a Pinnacle PCTV-801e. Any help would be greatly appreciated!

    • #59493
      AvatarAnonymous

      I can’t get this to work for me. I’ve tried everything in this post (clean install of Server 2008 R2, installed all necessary drivers, file from first post, desktop experience, k-lite codec pack and registry keys) but DVB Dream gives the error “Cannot Initialize DVB hardware! Error code:2”. I’m using a Pinnacle PCTV-801e. Any help would be greatly appreciated!

    • #49683

      hi,

      after a view days and reinstalls i have a question.

      my Setup:

      – Windows 2008 Standard R2 64 GERMAN
      – Hauppauge USB WinTV NOVA TD ( http://www.hauppauge.de/pages/products/data_novatdstick.html )
      – WinTV/DVBViewer
      – ORBlive: http://orb.com/iphone_how

      Can I use your installer for the german Win2008 Release ?

      http://sharepoint.styletronix.net/KB/Lists/Beitraege/Post.aspx?ID=19
      I used this HowTo – but it seams not for R2 – crashes my server after install.

      a part of the howto is:

      “…Im Ordner System32 bzw. Syswow64 in meinem Patch befindet sich jeweils ein Ordner β€œde-DE” mit Dateien. Wenn man von einem Vista Rechner die entsprechenden Dateien fΓΌr β€œen-us” (oder eben die entsprechende Sprachversion) kopiert, sollte die Installation unter englisch sprachigem Server 2008 auch funktionieren….”

      short translation:

      the patch includes in the dirs %windir%/system32 and %windir%/syswow64 a subdir “de-DE”.
      This is for the german Win2k8-server.
      For the EN Win2k8-server you need the “en-US” dirs from a vista installation.

      If your Installer is only for the EN Version of the server – no problem.
      Then i install the english server or use the “de-DE” dirs from a fresh vista64.

      best regards,
      daniel.

    • #59494
      AvatarAnonymous

      hi,

      after a view days and reinstalls i have a question.

      my Setup:

      – Windows 2008 Standard R2 64 GERMAN
      – Hauppauge USB WinTV NOVA TD ( http://www.hauppauge.de/pages/products/data_novatdstick.html )
      – WinTV/DVBViewer
      – ORBlive: http://orb.com/iphone_how

      Can I use your installer for the german Win2008 Release ?

      http://sharepoint.styletronix.net/KB/Lists/Beitraege/Post.aspx?ID=19
      I used this HowTo – but it seams not for R2 – crashes my server after install.

      a part of the howto is:

      “…Im Ordner System32 bzw. Syswow64 in meinem Patch befindet sich jeweils ein Ordner β€œde-DE” mit Dateien. Wenn man von einem Vista Rechner die entsprechenden Dateien fΓΌr β€œen-us” (oder eben die entsprechende Sprachversion) kopiert, sollte die Installation unter englisch sprachigem Server 2008 auch funktionieren….”

      short translation:

      the patch includes in the dirs %windir%/system32 and %windir%/syswow64 a subdir “de-DE”.
      This is for the german Win2k8-server.
      For the EN Win2k8-server you need the “en-US” dirs from a vista installation.

      If your Installer is only for the EN Version of the server – no problem.
      Then i install the english server or use the “de-DE” dirs from a fresh vista64.

      best regards,
      daniel.

    • #49684

      Only works on ENG version.

    • #59495
      AvatarAnonymous

      Only works on ENG version.

    • #49685

      thanx 4 your support !

      can you post a filelist of your pach ?

      So i can make a german R2 pack from a german vista64 install and update the german BDA-Install-script for R2.

      i hope your filelist ist more complete.

      Thanks a lot !

      dast

    • #59496
      AvatarAnonymous

      thanx 4 your support !

      can you post a filelist of your pach ?

      So i can make a german R2 pack from a german vista64 install and update the german BDA-Install-script for R2.

      i hope your filelist ist more complete.

      Thanks a lot !

      dast

    • #49686

      Sure will post files list sometime on sunday as am very busy with other stuffs now.

      By the way all the files I used are from Windows 7 RTM x64, and NOT Vista.

      DO NOT use files from vista or else you will have a corrupt BDA error. Use files from Windows 7 RTM x64.

      If you can wait till monday, i will create a Multilanguage BDA R2 or maybe have different language versions of BDA R2, so people can download BDA R2 for which ever language they require.

    • #59497
      AvatarAnonymous

      Sure will post files list sometime on sunday as am very busy with other stuffs now.

      By the way all the files I used are from Windows 7 RTM x64, and NOT Vista.

      DO NOT use files from vista or else you will have a corrupt BDA error. Use files from Windows 7 RTM x64.

      If you can wait till monday, i will create a Multilanguage BDA R2 or maybe have different language versions of BDA R2, so people can download BDA R2 for which ever language they require.

    • #49687

      Very BIG Thanks !

      of course – i wait till monday.

      if you need a fresh win7german install – no problem.

      i can give you access 2 one. (or something else)

      have a good weekend,
      dast.

      edit:

      fresh testingsystem+backup is ready.

      i testing the USB Device and a PCI DVB-C card, if the german version is aviable.

    • #59498
      AvatarAnonymous

      Very BIG Thanks !

      of course – i wait till monday.

      if you need a fresh win7german install – no problem.

      i can give you access 2 one. (or something else)

      have a good weekend,
      dast.

      edit:

      fresh testingsystem+backup is ready.

      i testing the USB Device and a PCI DVB-C card, if the german version is aviable.

    • #49688

      Can anyone let me know exactly what I need to install to set my Windows 2008 R2 install up as a TV Server (SageTV)? I don’t actually need to watch TV on the server, just for it to work correctly with the tuners. I’m guessing the Desktop Experience, K-lite Codec pack, etc are only necessary if you want to watch TV on the Win2K8 R2 box, is that correct?

      Thanks!

    • #59499
      AvatarAnonymous

      Can anyone let me know exactly what I need to install to set my Windows 2008 R2 install up as a TV Server (SageTV)? I don’t actually need to watch TV on the server, just for it to work correctly with the tuners. I’m guessing the Desktop Experience, K-lite Codec pack, etc are only necessary if you want to watch TV on the Win2K8 R2 box, is that correct?

      Thanks!

    • #49689

      hi shahed26,

      new Infos at bottom!

      i now have extracted the installer with

      msiexec /a BDA_R2__TV_Card_.msi /qb TARGETDIR=C:BDA

      Ist the System32 dir only for win2008-32bit Installtions ?
      …and the System64 only for 64bit installations ?

      can you post the DLL registering part of your script ?

      because – i create two batch files for grab the files from a win7 installation and for installing….

      (a closed installer run as Admin on a server from a unknown source is a bad idea)

      because need a solution with:

      – public/open source for security reasons
      – an grabbing script – for own patch creating
      – no wait for a new BDA release, if something goes wrong with a new Microsoft Update
      – two scripts without binarys copyrighted by MS

      Can you please public the “do” of your installer – or the source ?

      i will public my script here – if it works !

      (for access to the beta-script please pm me with your mailadress)

      best regards,
      dast.


      /: edit :/


      I have created two scripts:
      – the first copy the needed files from a win7 install
      – the second install the files to a local running win2008 server

      the copyed german files are included in this ZIP !

      can you please check the files and the install script for missing instructions/commands/files ?

      I HAVE NOT TESTED THE INSTALL SCRIPT NOW !

      I will test the install tomorrow.

      The test-alpha-package:

      http://rapidshare.com/files/296043955/BDA-DE-Win2k8-64-R2-v091021.zip.html

      best regards,
      dast !

    • #59500
      AvatarAnonymous

      hi shahed26,

      new Infos at bottom!

      i now have extracted the installer with

      msiexec /a BDA_R2__TV_Card_.msi /qb TARGETDIR=C:BDA

      Ist the System32 dir only for win2008-32bit Installtions ?
      …and the System64 only for 64bit installations ?

      can you post the DLL registering part of your script ?

      because – i create two batch files for grab the files from a win7 installation and for installing….

      (a closed installer run as Admin on a server from a unknown source is a bad idea)

      because need a solution with:

      – public/open source for security reasons
      – an grabbing script – for own patch creating
      – no wait for a new BDA release, if something goes wrong with a new Microsoft Update
      – two scripts without binarys copyrighted by MS

      Can you please public the “do” of your installer – or the source ?

      i will public my script here – if it works !

      (for access to the beta-script please pm me with your mailadress)

      best regards,
      dast.


      /: edit :/


      I have created two scripts:
      – the first copy the needed files from a win7 install
      – the second install the files to a local running win2008 server

      the copyed german files are included in this ZIP !

      can you please check the files and the install script for missing instructions/commands/files ?

      I HAVE NOT TESTED THE INSTALL SCRIPT NOW !

      I will test the install tomorrow.

      The test-alpha-package:

      http://rapidshare.com/files/296043955/BDA-DE-Win2k8-64-R2-v091021.zip.html

      best regards,
      dast !

    • #49690

      Yeah! It is working on my German Server 2008 R2. DVB-Dream said always “Could not initialize DVB-Card. Now the error is away! Big, big thank!

      πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€

      Edit: Oh, DVB-Dream can’t find a channel. I don’t know if something is wrong with your package. I’m going to try Media-Portal.

      Edit2: I tried Media-Portal –>isn’t working. Now i’m using ProgDVB, this works perfect!

    • #59501
      AvatarAnonymous

      Yeah! It is working on my German Server 2008 R2. DVB-Dream said always “Could not initialize DVB-Card. Now the error is away! Big, big thank!

      πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€

      Edit: Oh, DVB-Dream can’t find a channel. I don’t know if something is wrong with your package. I’m going to try Media-Portal.

      Edit2: I tried Media-Portal –>isn’t working. Now i’m using ProgDVB, this works perfect!

    • #49691

      hi,

      on my machine i have the problem that DVBviewer and WinTV does not find the USB-DVB-T Stick.

      anybody an idea ?

      best regars,
      dast.

    • #59502
      AvatarAnonymous

      hi,

      on my machine i have the problem that DVBviewer and WinTV does not find the USB-DVB-T Stick.

      anybody an idea ?

      best regars,
      dast.

    • #49692

      Am just going to post my script file here. It will be easier for you guys to set it up. Give me till tomorrow as am really busy with other stuffs.

    • #59503
      AvatarAnonymous

      Am just going to post my script file here. It will be easier for you guys to set it up. Give me till tomorrow as am really busy with other stuffs.

    • #49693

      hi shahed26,

      thanks a lot !

      i wait for your script.

      my card does not run with my patch-script. πŸ™

      best regards,
      dast.

    • #59504
      AvatarAnonymous

      hi shahed26,

      thanks a lot !

      i wait for your script.

      my card does not run with my patch-script. πŸ™

      best regards,
      dast.

    • #49694

      Looks great but i’ve installed it but media portal tv server still doesn’t find my TV-card. I have a Terratec Cinergy dvb-c.

      Any ideas?

    • #59505
      AvatarAnonymous

      Looks great but i’ve installed it but media portal tv server still doesn’t find my TV-card. I have a Terratec Cinergy dvb-c.

      Any ideas?

    • #49695

      Do I have to install the bda setup from the thread in the server 2008 forum first and then install this?

    • #59506
      AvatarAnonymous

      Do I have to install the bda setup from the thread in the server 2008 forum first and then install this?

    • #49696

      I’ve uninstalled the msi file and used the bdaforserver setup from the 2008 thread, now mediaportal finds its own cards (radio webstream and iptv card). But still he doesn’t find my Terratec Cinergy C, in the device manager he is is installed properly).

    • #59507
      AvatarAnonymous

      I’ve uninstalled the msi file and used the bdaforserver setup from the 2008 thread, now mediaportal finds its own cards (radio webstream and iptv card). But still he doesn’t find my Terratec Cinergy C, in the device manager he is is installed properly).

    • #49697

      hi shahed26,

      i have made more tests, but no success. πŸ™

      we wait for your script/infos/instructions…….

      best regards

    • #59508
      AvatarAnonymous

      hi shahed26,

      i have made more tests, but no success. πŸ™

      we wait for your script/infos/instructions…….

      best regards

    • #49698

      This is the script, and good luck guys.
      http://rapidshare.com/files/302371345/bdaforserver.7z.html

    • #59509
      AvatarAnonymous

      This is the script, and good luck guys.
      http://rapidshare.com/files/302371345/bdaforserver.7z.html

    • #49699

      hi,

      big thanks 4 your script.

      i will try at weekend.

      Your description says “use Vista” – but a post from you says:

      By the way all the files I used are from Windows 7 RTM x64, and NOT Vista

      What i must use as source for the files, vista64 or Win7-64 ?

      best regards,
      dast

    • #59510
      AvatarAnonymous

      hi,

      big thanks 4 your script.

      i will try at weekend.

      Your description says “use Vista” – but a post from you says:

      By the way all the files I used are from Windows 7 RTM x64, and NOT Vista

      What i must use as source for the files, vista64 or Win7-64 ?

      best regards,
      dast

    • #49700

      Hi
      The script I uploaded is for server 2008, but works with R2 as well. You must use windows7 rtm files.

    • #59511
      AvatarAnonymous

      Hi
      The script I uploaded is for server 2008, but works with R2 as well. You must use windows7 rtm files.

    • #49702

      hi,

      your archive includes directx9 files in “/bdaforserver/bda/”

      But your scipts does not copy the files or do somathing with it.

      what i must make with this files ?

      or can i install newest directx from microsoft and ignore this folder ?

      best regards,
      dast.


      edit:

      alternate download link: http://www.fastshare.org/download/bdaforserve..7z

      sorry, found the install for the directx files

      YEAH ! IT WORKS !

      my DVB-T USB Stick works. WinTV does not start and brings errors, but DVBViewer shows the stick and channel-scan found all channels !

      but if i select a channel, DVBviewer says: “no device aviable for the channel”

      any ideas ?

    • #59513
      AvatarAnonymous

      hi,

      your archive includes directx9 files in “/bdaforserver/bda/”

      But your scipts does not copy the files or do somathing with it.

      what i must make with this files ?

      or can i install newest directx from microsoft and ignore this folder ?

      best regards,
      dast.


      edit:

      alternate download link: http://www.fastshare.org/download/bdaforserve..7z

      sorry, found the install for the directx files

      YEAH ! IT WORKS !

      my DVB-T USB Stick works. WinTV does not start and brings errors, but DVBViewer shows the stick and channel-scan found all channels !

      but if i select a channel, DVBviewer says: “no device aviable for the channel”

      any ideas ?

    • #49703

      MUST use these directx files. The script installs these files.

    • #59514
      AvatarAnonymous

      MUST use these directx files. The script installs these files.

    • #49701

      Could you re-upload it or move it to a collectors account?

    • #59512
      AvatarAnonymous

      Could you re-upload it or move it to a collectors account?

    • #49704

      Uninstall dvbviewer and then manually delete the folder CMUV.

      “programDataCVUM”

      And then re-install dvbviewer

    • #59515
      AvatarAnonymous

      Uninstall dvbviewer and then manually delete the folder CMUV.

      “programDataCVUM”

      And then re-install dvbviewer

    • #49705

      i have tryed. 10 restores with a clean backup – but no success.

      I now use win XP for a separat TV Server on a extra machine, and win2008 only as fileserver, vmwareserver and exchange.

      Big thanks for your good support !

      dast


      / edit: /



      The /BDA_ABCDEF01234567890/ i have changed too, because off “can not find source file” error on the script.

      Next month i make me an extra Test Server for next testings and a new DVBT USB Card.
      The Hauppauge Support is very bad, for every Question i must made a full system info and i become no answers.
      The tel. support can only say “how to install a driver”.

      My main Server must run now

      i come back on success…..

    • #59516
      AvatarAnonymous

      i have tryed. 10 restores with a clean backup – but no success.

      I now use win XP for a separat TV Server on a extra machine, and win2008 only as fileserver, vmwareserver and exchange.

      Big thanks for your good support !

      dast


      / edit: /



      The /BDA_ABCDEF01234567890/ i have changed too, because off “can not find source file” error on the script.

      Next month i make me an extra Test Server for next testings and a new DVBT USB Card.
      The Hauppauge Support is very bad, for every Question i must made a full system info and i become no answers.
      The tel. support can only say “how to install a driver”.

      My main Server must run now

      i come back on success…..

    • #49706

      After struggling for a while, I have also achieved success. I’ll post my findings here, perhaps they may be of interest to others that are expericencing problems.

      It seems that the msi installer does not perform the same tasks as the script does.
      The installer did not work for me, but the scripts mentioned a few posts above did somehow.

      I pulled all the missing files from a Windows 7 Home Premium x64 (retail) install using the first batch file.
      While running the second batch file on the server I had to make one manual correction however: in the Setup for x64Setup BDA.bat file there is a line which goes

      copy %systemroot%System32DriverStoreFileRepositorybda.inf_57d991b5bdasup.sys %systemroot%infbdasup.sys

      The correct path to that file (on my setup at least) is %systemroot%System32DriverStoreFileRepositorybda.inf_amd64_neutral_41c6262952846788bdasup.sys

      My setup is:
      – Server 2008 R2 Standard x64 EN (retail)
      – Mediaportal TV server 1.0.2
      – 2 x digital everywhere FloppyDTV-S2
      – digital everywhere FloppyDTV-S
      – Twinhan AD-SP300(1034)

    • #59517
      AvatarAnonymous

      After struggling for a while, I have also achieved success. I’ll post my findings here, perhaps they may be of interest to others that are expericencing problems.

      It seems that the msi installer does not perform the same tasks as the script does.
      The installer did not work for me, but the scripts mentioned a few posts above did somehow.

      I pulled all the missing files from a Windows 7 Home Premium x64 (retail) install using the first batch file.
      While running the second batch file on the server I had to make one manual correction however: in the Setup for x64Setup BDA.bat file there is a line which goes

      copy %systemroot%System32DriverStoreFileRepositorybda.inf_57d991b5bdasup.sys %systemroot%infbdasup.sys

      The correct path to that file (on my setup at least) is %systemroot%System32DriverStoreFileRepositorybda.inf_amd64_neutral_41c6262952846788bdasup.sys

      My setup is:
      – Server 2008 R2 Standard x64 EN (retail)
      – Mediaportal TV server 1.0.2
      – 2 x digital everywhere FloppyDTV-S2
      – digital everywhere FloppyDTV-S
      – Twinhan AD-SP300(1034)

    • #49707

      Probably a stupid question, but can i assume that in the first post Cable TV = DVB-C ?
      As there is also Cable TV – Analog…

      Basicly i’m wondering if a Hauppauge with Dual DVB-T and Dual Analog Cable is going to work with 2008 R2 using only the analog cable tv feature.

    • #59518
      AvatarAnonymous

      Probably a stupid question, but can i assume that in the first post Cable TV = DVB-C ?
      As there is also Cable TV – Analog…

      Basicly i’m wondering if a Hauppauge with Dual DVB-T and Dual Analog Cable is going to work with 2008 R2 using only the analog cable tv feature.

    • #49708

      Analog is NOT SUPPORTED

    • #59519
      AvatarAnonymous

      Analog is NOT SUPPORTED

    • #49709

      I registered on this forum just to say a big thank you to shahed26 for the BDA package (MSI).

      Surprisingly, in spite of your warnings against analogue in the first post, my KWorld USB Analog TV Stick (PVR-TV 305UDE) now works perfectly in Server 2008 R2 (through HyperMediaCenter, the included application), after installing the msi package.

      Thanks again!

    • #59520
      AvatarAnonymous

      I registered on this forum just to say a big thank you to shahed26 for the BDA package (MSI).

      Surprisingly, in spite of your warnings against analogue in the first post, my KWorld USB Analog TV Stick (PVR-TV 305UDE) now works perfectly in Server 2008 R2 (through HyperMediaCenter, the included application), after installing the msi package.

      Thanks again!

    • #49710

      @karldink wrote:

      I registered on this forum just to say a big thank you to shahed26 for the BDA package (MSI).

      Surprisingly, in spite of your warnings against analogue in the first post, my KWorld USB Analog TV Stick (PVR-TV 305UDE) now works perfectly in Server 2008 R2 (through HyperMediaCenter, the included application), after installing the msi package.

      Thanks again!

      Your most welcome mate.

      The analog registry entries are already there in this msi, but still missing few registry entries for full analog support.

      Anyways glad to hear that your analog is working.

    • #59521
      AvatarAnonymous

      @karldink wrote:

      I registered on this forum just to say a big thank you to shahed26 for the BDA package (MSI).

      Surprisingly, in spite of your warnings against analogue in the first post, my KWorld USB Analog TV Stick (PVR-TV 305UDE) now works perfectly in Server 2008 R2 (through HyperMediaCenter, the included application), after installing the msi package.

      Thanks again!

      Your most welcome mate.

      The analog registry entries are already there in this msi, but still missing few registry entries for full analog support.

      Anyways glad to hear that your analog is working.

    • #49711
      Avatarlev

      @shahed26 wrote:

      This is the script, and good luck guys.
      http://rapidshare.com/files/302371345/bdaforserver.7z.html

      Cant download…

      This file is neither allocated to a Premium Account, or a Collector’s Account, and can therefore only be downloaded 10 times.

      This limit is reached.

      To download this file, the uploader either needs to transfer this file into his/her Collector’s Account, or upload the file again. The file can later be moved to a Collector’s Account. The uploader just needs to click the delete link of the file to get further information.

      Please add mirrors πŸ™‚

    • #59522
      AvatarAnonymous

      @shahed26 wrote:

      This is the script, and good luck guys.
      http://rapidshare.com/files/302371345/bdaforserver.7z.html

      Cant download…

      This file is neither allocated to a Premium Account, or a Collector’s Account, and can therefore only be downloaded 10 times.

      This limit is reached.

      To download this file, the uploader either needs to transfer this file into his/her Collector’s Account, or upload the file again. The file can later be moved to a Collector’s Account. The uploader just needs to click the delete link of the file to get further information.

      Please add mirrors πŸ™‚

    • #49712

      Hi!

      I want to use my Server 2008 R2 (x64) installation as a TV-Server. I am currently running Hyper-V on the server, and that is all.

      I will not be watching any channels on the server.

      If I have understood the instructions posted here (and elsewhere) correctly, the steps I need to take is:

      1. Enable the Desktop Experience feature
      2. Install the drivers for my TV card(s)
      3. Install the .msi file attached to the first post, or try the script provided by dast
      4. Configure the tv program used.

      Is this correct?

    • #59523
      AvatarAnonymous

      Hi!

      I want to use my Server 2008 R2 (x64) installation as a TV-Server. I am currently running Hyper-V on the server, and that is all.

      I will not be watching any channels on the server.

      If I have understood the instructions posted here (and elsewhere) correctly, the steps I need to take is:

      1. Enable the Desktop Experience feature
      2. Install the drivers for my TV card(s)
      3. Install the .msi file attached to the first post, or try the script provided by dast
      4. Configure the tv program used.

      Is this correct?

    • #49713
      Avatarlev

      1. Enable the Desktop Experience feature
      2. Install the drivers for my TV card(s)
      3. Install the .msi file attached to the first post
      4. Configure the tv program used.

      Doesn’t work for me (see linked screenshots)…. Driver attempts to install but gets an error. Weird thing is that the devices appear as working normally in the device manager. Digital tuner doesn’t work in any app though – tried Aver MediaCenter & SageTV. Tried several different drivers that work on Windows 7 & on Server 2008 R1. πŸ˜₯

    • #59524
      AvatarAnonymous

      1. Enable the Desktop Experience feature
      2. Install the drivers for my TV card(s)
      3. Install the .msi file attached to the first post
      4. Configure the tv program used.

      Doesn’t work for me (see linked screenshots)…. Driver attempts to install but gets an error. Weird thing is that the devices appear as working normally in the device manager. Digital tuner doesn’t work in any app though – tried Aver MediaCenter & SageTV. Tried several different drivers that work on Windows 7 & on Server 2008 R1. πŸ˜₯

    • #49714

      Excellent information. The system I am building on is 32bit, and according to TechNet 2008 R2 is x64 or better only. Will this “new” version of bdaforserver still run fine on a 2008 Server machine?

      I was running Windows 7 Ultimate previously on said computer, but the Remote Apps functions that Server 2008 offers were pivotal in my decision to go ahead and change over.

    • #59525
      AvatarAnonymous

      Excellent information. The system I am building on is 32bit, and according to TechNet 2008 R2 is x64 or better only. Will this “new” version of bdaforserver still run fine on a 2008 Server machine?

      I was running Windows 7 Ultimate previously on said computer, but the Remote Apps functions that Server 2008 offers were pivotal in my decision to go ahead and change over.

    • #49715
      Avatarlev

      I left the MSI installed even though it didn’t work initially. After getting the script I found that RickDeckard was right & i needed to adjust the batch files. I too got my tuner working with windows 7 x64 versions of the files.

    • #59526
      AvatarAnonymous

      I left the MSI installed even though it didn’t work initially. After getting the script I found that RickDeckard was right & i needed to adjust the batch files. I too got my tuner working with windows 7 x64 versions of the files.

    • #49716

      These steps seem to help but I’m missing the SystemTuningSpaces. Anyone know what this is? Is that part of the BDA or is that related to my tuner (HDHomeRun)

    • #59527
      AvatarAnonymous

      These steps seem to help but I’m missing the SystemTuningSpaces. Anyone know what this is? Is that part of the BDA or is that related to my tuner (HDHomeRun)

    • #49717

      Sorry guys for the lack of reply’s to your questions. I Am dropping this tv tuner support, coz am just too busy with my work, and cant reply to your questions.

      All the info and batch files you need to get tv working under server r2 are already in this thread.

    • #59528
      AvatarAnonymous

      Sorry guys for the lack of reply’s to your questions. I Am dropping this tv tuner support, coz am just too busy with my work, and cant reply to your questions.

      All the info and batch files you need to get tv working under server r2 are already in this thread.

    • #49718

      I guess I am going to show my windows scripting ignorance here. I have the script, and I can find the files in windows explorer, but when I try to run the batch, the script can’t see the files. Can someone enlightent me as to what setting I have wrong? I am running the .bat script from an ‘Administrator’ command line.

      Thanks

    • #59529
      AvatarAnonymous

      I guess I am going to show my windows scripting ignorance here. I have the script, and I can find the files in windows explorer, but when I try to run the batch, the script can’t see the files. Can someone enlightent me as to what setting I have wrong? I am running the .bat script from an ‘Administrator’ command line.

      Thanks

    • #49719

      I have a Hauppauge HVR-2250 inside a Windows Server 2008 R2 box. I installed the Desktop Experience, K-Lite Codec Pack (full), drivers, WinTV, the MSI from the first post, and SageTV. I am able to pull in analog OTA signal but not digital OTA signal. The message coming back from SageTV is something along the lines of class not registered. Is there an additional set of filters/DLLs that cover that?

    • #59530
      AvatarAnonymous

      I have a Hauppauge HVR-2250 inside a Windows Server 2008 R2 box. I installed the Desktop Experience, K-Lite Codec Pack (full), drivers, WinTV, the MSI from the first post, and SageTV. I am able to pull in analog OTA signal but not digital OTA signal. The message coming back from SageTV is something along the lines of class not registered. Is there an additional set of filters/DLLs that cover that?

    • #49720

      I’m trying to get my Terratec Cinergy C HD PCI to work on Windows 2008 R2. I installed the drivers using the ones installed on a Windows 7-machine and Windows recognized the card.

      But when trying to view the channels (I’m trying to run DVBLink Server) I get the error that it’s unable to initialize the hardware. After that error, I installed some BDA-drivers and with a registry-hack (copy/paste some keys) I managed to get the BDA Source Filters in graphedit, but unfortunately that didn’t help. I still got the error.

      Do I need to use the dbaforserver-batch file? Or is it just because I’m using the server through RDP?

    • #59531
      AvatarAnonymous

      I’m trying to get my Terratec Cinergy C HD PCI to work on Windows 2008 R2. I installed the drivers using the ones installed on a Windows 7-machine and Windows recognized the card.

      But when trying to view the channels (I’m trying to run DVBLink Server) I get the error that it’s unable to initialize the hardware. After that error, I installed some BDA-drivers and with a registry-hack (copy/paste some keys) I managed to get the BDA Source Filters in graphedit, but unfortunately that didn’t help. I still got the error.

      Do I need to use the dbaforserver-batch file? Or is it just because I’m using the server through RDP?

    • #49721
      Avatarlev

      i installed the .msi & it didnt work, so i used the batch file & then it worked

    • #59532
      AvatarAnonymous

      i installed the .msi & it didnt work, so i used the batch file & then it worked

    • #49722

      I registred just for say – my analouge tv tuner AVerTV Studio 509 works on Win2008R2))).
      Installed:
      1. Windows Server 2008R2 x64 Standart
      2. DirectX 9c
      3. Desktop Experience
      4. BDA_R2_TV_Card.msi
      5. Analogue1.reg
      6. Last drivers for video, sound and tuner
      7. K-lite codec pack

      Thanks a lot)))

    • #59533
      AvatarAnonymous

      I registred just for say – my analouge tv tuner AVerTV Studio 509 works on Win2008R2))).
      Installed:
      1. Windows Server 2008R2 x64 Standart
      2. DirectX 9c
      3. Desktop Experience
      4. BDA_R2_TV_Card.msi
      5. Analogue1.reg
      6. Last drivers for video, sound and tuner
      7. K-lite codec pack

      Thanks a lot)))

    • #49723

      Alright guys, you officially rock. Using the MSI installer plus the analogue1.reg in the link Shahed26 Provided I was able to get my HP Pavillion laptop’s integrated TV card to work using beyond TV on server 2008r2. This was the last piece of the Server 2008r2 super workstation puzzle.

    • #59534
      AvatarAnonymous

      Alright guys, you officially rock. Using the MSI installer plus the analogue1.reg in the link Shahed26 Provided I was able to get my HP Pavillion laptop’s integrated TV card to work using beyond TV on server 2008r2. This was the last piece of the Server 2008r2 super workstation puzzle.

    • #49724

      I had the card working fine, but since a few weeks I’m unable to scan for channels. Windows and the software do recognize the card and it seems to function properly, but it can’t find any channels.

      I tried different software, all with the same problem. The card is working, because I tried it on a Windows 7-machine yesterday and it found all channels right away.

      I installed:
      1. Windows Server 2008R2 x64
      2. DirectX 9c
      3. Desktop Experience
      4. BDA_R2_TV_Card.msi
      6. bdaforserver (with the drivers from a Windows 7-machine)

      Does anyone have any idea of what could be wrong? Are the codecs necessary for scanning for channels?

    • #59535
      AvatarAnonymous

      I had the card working fine, but since a few weeks I’m unable to scan for channels. Windows and the software do recognize the card and it seems to function properly, but it can’t find any channels.

      I tried different software, all with the same problem. The card is working, because I tried it on a Windows 7-machine yesterday and it found all channels right away.

      I installed:
      1. Windows Server 2008R2 x64
      2. DirectX 9c
      3. Desktop Experience
      4. BDA_R2_TV_Card.msi
      6. bdaforserver (with the drivers from a Windows 7-machine)

      Does anyone have any idea of what could be wrong? Are the codecs necessary for scanning for channels?

    • #49725

      I had the card working fine (Leadtek TV2000 XP Expert), but I’m unable to scan for channels.

      Please HELP ME!!!!!!

      I installed:
      1. Windows Server 2008R2 x64
      2. Desktop Experience
      3. BDA_R2_TV_Card.msi
      4. bdaforserver
      5. drivers x64 Windows 7

    • #59536
      AvatarAnonymous

      I had the card working fine (Leadtek TV2000 XP Expert), but I’m unable to scan for channels.

      Please HELP ME!!!!!!

      I installed:
      1. Windows Server 2008R2 x64
      2. Desktop Experience
      3. BDA_R2_TV_Card.msi
      4. bdaforserver
      5. drivers x64 Windows 7

    • #49726

      @ib-zrle wrote:

      [attachment=0:10l8qubh]BDA_R2_TV_Card_Analogue.zip[/attachment:10l8qubh]
      Try to import this reg file…

    • #59537
      AvatarAnonymous

      @ib-zrle wrote:

      [attachment=0:10l8qubh]BDA_R2_TV_Card_Analogue.zip[/attachment:10l8qubh]
      Try to import this reg file…

    • #49727

      I still can’t scan channels.

      Server was reinstaled.

      1. Windows server 2008 R2
      2. Direct X 9
      3. Desktop Experiance
      4. BDA R2 TV Tuner
      5. Reg you send me
      6. Driver form sound card and TV tuner (64 bit)
      7. K-Lite Codec Pack

      I’m not sure is BDA right version.

    • #59538
      AvatarAnonymous

      I still can’t scan channels.

      Server was reinstaled.

      1. Windows server 2008 R2
      2. Direct X 9
      3. Desktop Experiance
      4. BDA R2 TV Tuner
      5. Reg you send me
      6. Driver form sound card and TV tuner (64 bit)
      7. K-Lite Codec Pack

      I’m not sure is BDA right version.

    • #49728

      Just to let you know people.

      I am installing a new brand Dell T110 Server with 8 cores Intel Xenon 64 and of course all new hardware out of the “server mind” is giving me hell. At least with the help of this forum, I was able to make work (at least partially) a WinTV HVR1850 card with WinTV 7. This is what I had to do:

      1-Remove WinTV drivers, Win TV 7, and leftovers using their hcwclear.exe.
      2-I used the scripts in this forum (bdaforserver.rar file) posted earlier and followed the instructions there, but in my case it didn’t work as it is (it need a small mod). First, I don’t have a Windows 7 64 bit machine to get the needed files that the instructions ask. So I had to get a Windows 7 64bit DVD image mounted and using 7-Zip I was able to retrieve these files one by one and place them in the “bdaforserversourcex64…” directory.
      3-Now I moved the bdaforserver directories to the root of my Server and using a command window as Administrator ran the β€œSetup BDA.bat”. Looking into the bat file, it is supposed to run in a flash without seeing what happen, and then the server restart. So, I first eliminated the echo off at the beginning and the shutdown at the end, so give me a chance to see if things evolve ok. Now I ran it!
      4-A few troubles can be seen right away (fortunately I modified the bat file) . As somebody already report, the line text:
      %systemroot%System32DriverStoreFileRepositorybda.inf_57d991b5bdasup.sys
      Has to be changed (at least in my Dell server) to:
      %systemroot%System32DriverStoreFileRepositorybda.inf_amd64_neutral_41c6262952846788bdasup.sys
      This is the only bda.inf_…. option I have in my FileRepository directory in the server. I confess that the _amd64_ in the name of my directory scared me since my server is a Intel (no Amd) but the directory that the bat file calls is not in my server 2008 R2 and of course gives an error in the copy. No other possibility and using this other alternative worked for me.
      Another trouble is that there were a couple files in both, System32 and SysWOW64 directories that didn’t move as the bat script intended (the bat returned an access denied error), but apparently this was because the files already existed in my computer and were being used. The ones in my computer appear to be the same (at least same time stamp and length) If you care, there were kswdmcap.ax.mui and mpg2splt.ax.
      5- I merged the analogue1.reg file (i.e. right click on it and Merge) for the analog stuff that is actually what I need.
      6- Now I reset (remember I removed the shutdown in the bat file)
      7-Now I do a new driver installation of my HVR1850 video card that still reported a “driver install unsuccessful” error, keep going anyway and install Windows TV7 and the install appears to be ok.
      8- I check the Device Manger to see the possible driver errors and there are 4 Unknown Devices, however the driver for the HVR1850 appears ok. I wonder if has to do with the remote or IR blaster that I don’t use in the card.
      9- I run Win TV and yes it appears I can load channels and see ATSC and Analog TV, no the FM radio however. I can not even load channels on the radio.
      10- I tried the little AMCap program (that you can find easily in the net) and works even better (much less delay than WIN TV7 and Radio is ok). Just for analog however.

      Also, not sure if needed for the purpose of this, but I disabled the ridiculous 8MB embedded video adapter in my motherboard and got a decent cheap PCIe video card with 512MB.
      Also for the audio I installed a SoundBlaster X-FI PCIe (this server only has PCIe slots) the computer came with not audio chipset or adapter at all.

      On top of this I got a Multi touch Acer T230H screen, but after activating the whole desktop experience, tablet, etc, I only get single touch, this needs further work. Not sure why this not behave the same than Windows 7.

      My idea is to set the server and screen in the Kitchen so it can be used to watch TV and Videos and controlled right on the screen. Of course, it works as a server for the house, media, small home business data center and domain controller, and finally a beautiful fish tank most of the time.

      Cheers.

    • #59539
      AvatarAnonymous

      Just to let you know people.

      I am installing a new brand Dell T110 Server with 8 cores Intel Xenon 64 and of course all new hardware out of the “server mind” is giving me hell. At least with the help of this forum, I was able to make work (at least partially) a WinTV HVR1850 card with WinTV 7. This is what I had to do:

      1-Remove WinTV drivers, Win TV 7, and leftovers using their hcwclear.exe.
      2-I used the scripts in this forum (bdaforserver.rar file) posted earlier and followed the instructions there, but in my case it didn’t work as it is (it need a small mod). First, I don’t have a Windows 7 64 bit machine to get the needed files that the instructions ask. So I had to get a Windows 7 64bit DVD image mounted and using 7-Zip I was able to retrieve these files one by one and place them in the “bdaforserversourcex64…” directory.
      3-Now I moved the bdaforserver directories to the root of my Server and using a command window as Administrator ran the β€œSetup BDA.bat”. Looking into the bat file, it is supposed to run in a flash without seeing what happen, and then the server restart. So, I first eliminated the echo off at the beginning and the shutdown at the end, so give me a chance to see if things evolve ok. Now I ran it!
      4-A few troubles can be seen right away (fortunately I modified the bat file) . As somebody already report, the line text:
      %systemroot%System32DriverStoreFileRepositorybda.inf_57d991b5bdasup.sys
      Has to be changed (at least in my Dell server) to:
      %systemroot%System32DriverStoreFileRepositorybda.inf_amd64_neutral_41c6262952846788bdasup.sys
      This is the only bda.inf_…. option I have in my FileRepository directory in the server. I confess that the _amd64_ in the name of my directory scared me since my server is a Intel (no Amd) but the directory that the bat file calls is not in my server 2008 R2 and of course gives an error in the copy. No other possibility and using this other alternative worked for me.
      Another trouble is that there were a couple files in both, System32 and SysWOW64 directories that didn’t move as the bat script intended (the bat returned an access denied error), but apparently this was because the files already existed in my computer and were being used. The ones in my computer appear to be the same (at least same time stamp and length) If you care, there were kswdmcap.ax.mui and mpg2splt.ax.
      5- I merged the analogue1.reg file (i.e. right click on it and Merge) for the analog stuff that is actually what I need.
      6- Now I reset (remember I removed the shutdown in the bat file)
      7-Now I do a new driver installation of my HVR1850 video card that still reported a “driver install unsuccessful” error, keep going anyway and install Windows TV7 and the install appears to be ok.
      8- I check the Device Manger to see the possible driver errors and there are 4 Unknown Devices, however the driver for the HVR1850 appears ok. I wonder if has to do with the remote or IR blaster that I don’t use in the card.
      9- I run Win TV and yes it appears I can load channels and see ATSC and Analog TV, no the FM radio however. I can not even load channels on the radio.
      10- I tried the little AMCap program (that you can find easily in the net) and works even better (much less delay than WIN TV7 and Radio is ok). Just for analog however.

      Also, not sure if needed for the purpose of this, but I disabled the ridiculous 8MB embedded video adapter in my motherboard and got a decent cheap PCIe video card with 512MB.
      Also for the audio I installed a SoundBlaster X-FI PCIe (this server only has PCIe slots) the computer came with not audio chipset or adapter at all.

      On top of this I got a Multi touch Acer T230H screen, but after activating the whole desktop experience, tablet, etc, I only get single touch, this needs further work. Not sure why this not behave the same than Windows 7.

      My idea is to set the server and screen in the Kitchen so it can be used to watch TV and Videos and controlled right on the screen. Of course, it works as a server for the house, media, small home business data center and domain controller, and finally a beautiful fish tank most of the time.

      Cheers.

    • #49729

      I’m trying to make work my HVR-2250 on my windows server 2008 R2 but get the following error when trying to scan the Analog TV (cable/Antenna)… HELP PLEASE!!!


      See the end of this message for details on invoking
      just-in-time (JIT) debugging instead of this dialog box.

      ************** Exception Text **************
      System.ArgumentNullException: Value cannot be null.
      Parameter name: s
      at System.IO.StringReader..ctor(String s)
      at System.Xml.XmlDocument.LoadXml(String xml)
      at TVServices.MultiMedia.DeviceScanning.xaf02c00e8053f8f0.Start()
      at TVServices.MultiMedia.Wizard.x7fc064359617c915.x79210f1ef83a5866(Object xcf252b85e001ce6a, EventArgs xd4ff4703d25cd2ab)
      at System.Windows.Forms.Timer.OnTick(EventArgs e)
      at System.Windows.Forms.Timer.TimerNativeWindow.WndProc(Message& m)
      at System.Windows.Forms.NativeWindow.Callback(IntPtr hWnd, Int32 msg, IntPtr wparam, IntPtr lparam)

      ************** Loaded Assemblies **************
      mscorlib
      Assembly Version: 2.0.0.0
      Win32 Version: 2.0.50727.4927 (NetFXspW7.050727-4900)
      CodeBase: file:///C:/Windows/Microsoft.NET/Framework/v2.0.50727/mscorlib.dll


      WinTV7
      Assembly Version: 1.0.28081.0
      Win32 Version: 1.0.28081.0
      CodeBase: file:///C:/Program%20Files%20(x86)/WinTV/WinTV7/WinTV7.exe


      DataModel
      Assembly Version: 1.0.28013.0
      Win32 Version: 1.0.28013.0
      CodeBase: file:///C:/Program%20Files%20(x86)/WinTV/WinTV7/DataModel.DLL


      System.Data
      Assembly Version: 2.0.0.0
      Win32 Version: 2.0.50727.4927 (NetFXspW7.050727-4900)
      CodeBase: file:///C:/Windows/assembly/GAC_32/System.Data/2.0.0.0__b77a5c561934e089/System.Data.dll


      System
      Assembly Version: 2.0.0.0
      Win32 Version: 2.0.50727.4927 (NetFXspW7.050727-4900)
      CodeBase: file:///C:/Windows/assembly/GAC_MSIL/System/2.0.0.0__b77a5c561934e089/System.dll


      System.Windows.Forms
      Assembly Version: 2.0.0.0
      Win32 Version: 2.0.50727.4927 (NetFXspW7.050727-4900)
      CodeBase: file:///C:/Windows/assembly/GAC_MSIL/System.Windows.Forms/2.0.0.0__b77a5c561934e089/System.Windows.Forms.dll


      System.Drawing
      Assembly Version: 2.0.0.0
      Win32 Version: 2.0.50727.4927 (NetFXspW7.050727-4900)
      CodeBase: file:///C:/Windows/assembly/GAC_MSIL/System.Drawing/2.0.0.0__b03f5f7f11d50a3a/System.Drawing.dll


      MultiMediaServices
      Assembly Version: 1.0.28081.0
      Win32 Version: 1.0.28081.0
      CodeBase: file:///C:/Program%20Files%20(x86)/WinTV/WinTV7/MultiMediaServices.DLL


      System.Xml
      Assembly Version: 2.0.0.0
      Win32 Version: 2.0.50727.4927 (NetFXspW7.050727-4900)
      CodeBase: file:///C:/Windows/assembly/GAC_MSIL/System.Xml/2.0.0.0__b77a5c561934e089/System.Xml.dll


      System.Configuration
      Assembly Version: 2.0.0.0
      Win32 Version: 2.0.50727.4927 (NetFXspW7.050727-4900)
      CodeBase: file:///C:/Windows/assembly/GAC_MSIL/System.Configuration/2.0.0.0__b03f5f7f11d50a3a/System.Configuration.dll


      NativeMMS
      Assembly Version: 1.0.3733.34400
      Win32 Version: 1, 0, 28081, 0
      CodeBase: file:///C:/Program%20Files%20(x86)/WinTV/WinTV7/NativeMMS.DLL


      msvcm90
      Assembly Version: 9.0.30729.4926
      Win32 Version: 9.00.30729.4926
      CodeBase: file:///C:/Windows/WinSxS/x86_microsoft.vc90.crt_1fc8b3b9a1e18e3b_9.0.30729.4926_none_508ed732bcbc0e5a/msvcm90.dll


      System.Transactions
      Assembly Version: 2.0.0.0
      Win32 Version: 2.0.50727.4927 (NetFXspW7.050727-4900)
      CodeBase: file:///C:/Windows/assembly/GAC_32/System.Transactions/2.0.0.0__b77a5c561934e089/System.Transactions.dll


      System.EnterpriseServices
      Assembly Version: 2.0.0.0
      Win32 Version: 2.0.50727.4927 (NetFXspW7.050727-4900)
      CodeBase: file:///C:/Windows/assembly/GAC_32/System.EnterpriseServices/2.0.0.0__b03f5f7f11d50a3a/System.EnterpriseServices.dll



      ************** JIT Debugging **************
      To enable just-in-time (JIT) debugging, the .config file for this
      application or computer (machine.config) must have the
      jitDebugging value set in the system.windows.forms section.
      The application must also be compiled with debugging
      enabled.

      For example:



      When JIT debugging is enabled, any unhandled exception
      will be sent to the JIT debugger registered on the computer
      rather than be handled by this dialog box.

    • #59540
      AvatarAnonymous

      I’m trying to make work my HVR-2250 on my windows server 2008 R2 but get the following error when trying to scan the Analog TV (cable/Antenna)… HELP PLEASE!!!


      See the end of this message for details on invoking
      just-in-time (JIT) debugging instead of this dialog box.

      ************** Exception Text **************
      System.ArgumentNullException: Value cannot be null.
      Parameter name: s
      at System.IO.StringReader..ctor(String s)
      at System.Xml.XmlDocument.LoadXml(String xml)
      at TVServices.MultiMedia.DeviceScanning.xaf02c00e8053f8f0.Start()
      at TVServices.MultiMedia.Wizard.x7fc064359617c915.x79210f1ef83a5866(Object xcf252b85e001ce6a, EventArgs xd4ff4703d25cd2ab)
      at System.Windows.Forms.Timer.OnTick(EventArgs e)
      at System.Windows.Forms.Timer.TimerNativeWindow.WndProc(Message& m)
      at System.Windows.Forms.NativeWindow.Callback(IntPtr hWnd, Int32 msg, IntPtr wparam, IntPtr lparam)

      ************** Loaded Assemblies **************
      mscorlib
      Assembly Version: 2.0.0.0
      Win32 Version: 2.0.50727.4927 (NetFXspW7.050727-4900)
      CodeBase: file:///C:/Windows/Microsoft.NET/Framework/v2.0.50727/mscorlib.dll


      WinTV7
      Assembly Version: 1.0.28081.0
      Win32 Version: 1.0.28081.0
      CodeBase: file:///C:/Program%20Files%20(x86)/WinTV/WinTV7/WinTV7.exe


      DataModel
      Assembly Version: 1.0.28013.0
      Win32 Version: 1.0.28013.0
      CodeBase: file:///C:/Program%20Files%20(x86)/WinTV/WinTV7/DataModel.DLL


      System.Data
      Assembly Version: 2.0.0.0
      Win32 Version: 2.0.50727.4927 (NetFXspW7.050727-4900)
      CodeBase: file:///C:/Windows/assembly/GAC_32/System.Data/2.0.0.0__b77a5c561934e089/System.Data.dll


      System
      Assembly Version: 2.0.0.0
      Win32 Version: 2.0.50727.4927 (NetFXspW7.050727-4900)
      CodeBase: file:///C:/Windows/assembly/GAC_MSIL/System/2.0.0.0__b77a5c561934e089/System.dll


      System.Windows.Forms
      Assembly Version: 2.0.0.0
      Win32 Version: 2.0.50727.4927 (NetFXspW7.050727-4900)
      CodeBase: file:///C:/Windows/assembly/GAC_MSIL/System.Windows.Forms/2.0.0.0__b77a5c561934e089/System.Windows.Forms.dll


      System.Drawing
      Assembly Version: 2.0.0.0
      Win32 Version: 2.0.50727.4927 (NetFXspW7.050727-4900)
      CodeBase: file:///C:/Windows/assembly/GAC_MSIL/System.Drawing/2.0.0.0__b03f5f7f11d50a3a/System.Drawing.dll


      MultiMediaServices
      Assembly Version: 1.0.28081.0
      Win32 Version: 1.0.28081.0
      CodeBase: file:///C:/Program%20Files%20(x86)/WinTV/WinTV7/MultiMediaServices.DLL


      System.Xml
      Assembly Version: 2.0.0.0
      Win32 Version: 2.0.50727.4927 (NetFXspW7.050727-4900)
      CodeBase: file:///C:/Windows/assembly/GAC_MSIL/System.Xml/2.0.0.0__b77a5c561934e089/System.Xml.dll


      System.Configuration
      Assembly Version: 2.0.0.0
      Win32 Version: 2.0.50727.4927 (NetFXspW7.050727-4900)
      CodeBase: file:///C:/Windows/assembly/GAC_MSIL/System.Configuration/2.0.0.0__b03f5f7f11d50a3a/System.Configuration.dll


      NativeMMS
      Assembly Version: 1.0.3733.34400
      Win32 Version: 1, 0, 28081, 0
      CodeBase: file:///C:/Program%20Files%20(x86)/WinTV/WinTV7/NativeMMS.DLL


      msvcm90
      Assembly Version: 9.0.30729.4926
      Win32 Version: 9.00.30729.4926
      CodeBase: file:///C:/Windows/WinSxS/x86_microsoft.vc90.crt_1fc8b3b9a1e18e3b_9.0.30729.4926_none_508ed732bcbc0e5a/msvcm90.dll


      System.Transactions
      Assembly Version: 2.0.0.0
      Win32 Version: 2.0.50727.4927 (NetFXspW7.050727-4900)
      CodeBase: file:///C:/Windows/assembly/GAC_32/System.Transactions/2.0.0.0__b77a5c561934e089/System.Transactions.dll


      System.EnterpriseServices
      Assembly Version: 2.0.0.0
      Win32 Version: 2.0.50727.4927 (NetFXspW7.050727-4900)
      CodeBase: file:///C:/Windows/assembly/GAC_32/System.EnterpriseServices/2.0.0.0__b03f5f7f11d50a3a/System.EnterpriseServices.dll



      ************** JIT Debugging **************
      To enable just-in-time (JIT) debugging, the .config file for this
      application or computer (machine.config) must have the
      jitDebugging value set in the system.windows.forms section.
      The application must also be compiled with debugging
      enabled.

      For example:



      When JIT debugging is enabled, any unhandled exception
      will be sent to the JIT debugger registered on the computer
      rather than be handled by this dialog box.

    • #49730

      In case any one is looking for an alternate solution (particularly for usb tuners) read on:

      Using all the suggestions above, I tried getting my Asus P7131 and HVR-950Q tuner to work in R2 but not very successful. I was able to get the P7131 to show video in vlc but no audio.
      My original intention was to be able to remotely control my tv tuner and vlc seemed like the only option. I gave up and came up with alternate solution.

      I ended up using Vista installed as a guest in VMWare Player. I then connected the usb HVR-950Q and installed the drivers in the guest os. WinTV didn’t want to install so I just installed SoftMCE_Setup from the extracted files. I then configured Media Center which worked (although not very well). From there I installed WebGuide4. Now I am able to watch TV on the host by connecting to my guest WebGuide server. I am using a i5 750 and the vmware guest uses about one core to stream live tv to my host browser.

      As a side note for those who are considering using Hyper-V: I used Hyper-V in a previous workstation system and one of the issues I had was that it doesn’t work well with (at least my) 3D graphics cards. So you may want to consider an alternate solution like vmware. Here is a link that discusses the issue. http://blogs.techrepublic.com.com/datacenter/?p=521

    • #59541
      AvatarAnonymous

      In case any one is looking for an alternate solution (particularly for usb tuners) read on:

      Using all the suggestions above, I tried getting my Asus P7131 and HVR-950Q tuner to work in R2 but not very successful. I was able to get the P7131 to show video in vlc but no audio.
      My original intention was to be able to remotely control my tv tuner and vlc seemed like the only option. I gave up and came up with alternate solution.

      I ended up using Vista installed as a guest in VMWare Player. I then connected the usb HVR-950Q and installed the drivers in the guest os. WinTV didn’t want to install so I just installed SoftMCE_Setup from the extracted files. I then configured Media Center which worked (although not very well). From there I installed WebGuide4. Now I am able to watch TV on the host by connecting to my guest WebGuide server. I am using a i5 750 and the vmware guest uses about one core to stream live tv to my host browser.

      As a side note for those who are considering using Hyper-V: I used Hyper-V in a previous workstation system and one of the issues I had was that it doesn’t work well with (at least my) 3D graphics cards. So you may want to consider an alternate solution like vmware. Here is a link that discusses the issue. http://blogs.techrepublic.com.com/datacenter/?p=521

    • #49731
      AvatarNLS

      Hi guys,

      I have a machine at home that I use as a server. Right now it has WHS, but I am turning this to SBS2008. The problem is that in WHS, I successfully use a WinTV analog card for streaming TV using Orb and SBS2008 is Server 2008 (x64) so… What can I do?

      Is there a chance I can make it work?

      (even if I stayed on WHS but moved to Veil – it will again be x64 and Server 2008 R2 core)

    • #59542
      AvatarAnonymous

      Hi guys,

      I have a machine at home that I use as a server. Right now it has WHS, but I am turning this to SBS2008. The problem is that in WHS, I successfully use a WinTV analog card for streaming TV using Orb and SBS2008 is Server 2008 (x64) so… What can I do?

      Is there a chance I can make it work?

      (even if I stayed on WHS but moved to Veil – it will again be x64 and Server 2008 R2 core)

    • #49732

      the MSI did not work for me. I would like to download the script but it does not appear to be availabe any longer from rapidshare.

    • #59543
      AvatarAnonymous

      the MSI did not work for me. I would like to download the script but it does not appear to be availabe any longer from rapidshare.

    • #49733

      my card is avermedia a306 hybrid card, but it still can’t use the DVB-T tuner, only can be use for analog tv, is there any problem?

    • #59544
      AvatarAnonymous

      my card is avermedia a306 hybrid card, but it still can’t use the DVB-T tuner, only can be use for analog tv, is there any problem?

    • #49734

      I have the same problem. I have got a Hauppauge WinTV-HVR-1200 hybrid tuner. The analog part works, the digital tuner is not detected.

    • #59545
      AvatarAnonymous

      I have the same problem. I have got a Hauppauge WinTV-HVR-1200 hybrid tuner. The analog part works, the digital tuner is not detected.

    • #49735

      Can someone re-upload bdaforserver.7z script? Please!

    • #59546
      AvatarAnonymous

      Can someone re-upload bdaforserver.7z script? Please!

    • #49736

      I have 2 SkyStar 2 PCI cards in a MediaPortal Server. This was running successfully under Windows Server 2003 R2 (32-bit). I now want to upgrade to Windows Server 2008 R2 (64-bit). I have installed the OS, and 64-bit BDA drivers from the Technisat site without visible error. I also installed your BDA s/w. No card is recognised, and MediaPortal reports:

      2010-08-15 20:05:01.615420 [TVService(5)]: DVBT card detection error: System.Runtime.InteropServices.COMException (0x80040154): Retrieving the COM class factory for component with CLSID {C6B14B32-76AA-4A86-A7AC-5C79AAF58DA7} failed due to the following error: 80040154.

      at System.Runtime.Remoting.Activation.ActivationServices.IsCurrentContextOK(Type serverType, Object[] props, Boolean bNewObj)
      at TvLibrary.Implementations.TvCardCollection.DetectCards()

      There is no such id {C6…} in the registry, though there was for the WS03 version.

      I also applied (perhaps wrongly) the MP dvbfix for XP before trying your s/w:
      %windir%system32regsvr32 /u mpeg2data.ax
      %windir%system32regsvr32 /u psisdecd.dll
      %windir%system32regsvr32 /u psisrndr.ax
      %windir%system32regsvr32 “%~dp0mpeg2data.ax
      %windir%system32regsvr32 “%~dp0psisdecd.dll
      %windir%system32regsvr32 “%~dp0psisrndr.ax
      I now worry that all those regsvr32’s may be wrong for a 64-bit OS?

      Any idea how to proceed? I could reinstall Windows (again!) if necessary.

    • #59547
      AvatarAnonymous

      I have 2 SkyStar 2 PCI cards in a MediaPortal Server. This was running successfully under Windows Server 2003 R2 (32-bit). I now want to upgrade to Windows Server 2008 R2 (64-bit). I have installed the OS, and 64-bit BDA drivers from the Technisat site without visible error. I also installed your BDA s/w. No card is recognised, and MediaPortal reports:

      2010-08-15 20:05:01.615420 [TVService(5)]: DVBT card detection error: System.Runtime.InteropServices.COMException (0x80040154): Retrieving the COM class factory for component with CLSID {C6B14B32-76AA-4A86-A7AC-5C79AAF58DA7} failed due to the following error: 80040154.

      at System.Runtime.Remoting.Activation.ActivationServices.IsCurrentContextOK(Type serverType, Object[] props, Boolean bNewObj)
      at TvLibrary.Implementations.TvCardCollection.DetectCards()

      There is no such id {C6…} in the registry, though there was for the WS03 version.

      I also applied (perhaps wrongly) the MP dvbfix for XP before trying your s/w:
      %windir%system32regsvr32 /u mpeg2data.ax
      %windir%system32regsvr32 /u psisdecd.dll
      %windir%system32regsvr32 /u psisrndr.ax
      %windir%system32regsvr32 “%~dp0mpeg2data.ax
      %windir%system32regsvr32 “%~dp0psisdecd.dll
      %windir%system32regsvr32 “%~dp0psisrndr.ax
      I now worry that all those regsvr32’s may be wrong for a 64-bit OS?

      Any idea how to proceed? I could reinstall Windows (again!) if necessary.

    • #49738

      Hello,
      I’ve made a Windows 7 BDA stack installer script.
      It should have better quality (some bugs that occured in the original msi are fixed on my installer) than the original msi and also, it’s way more “transparent”.

      Updated: 26-03-2011

      File: bda.7z (2.75 MB)
      SHA1: 4e3b2f4f1f8a828731feb5b001344f59b89429aa
      MD5: ae7b75a19a62b261d1c5c86647778494
      Download: 4shared.

    • #59549
      AvatarAnonymous

      Hello,
      I’ve made a Windows 7 BDA stack installer script.
      It should have better quality (some bugs that occured in the original msi are fixed on my installer) than the original msi and also, it’s way more “transparent”.

      Updated: 26-03-2011

      File: bda.7z (2.75 MB)
      SHA1: 4e3b2f4f1f8a828731feb5b001344f59b89429aa
      MD5: ae7b75a19a62b261d1c5c86647778494
      Download: 4shared.

    • #49737

      I ran the BDA installer from the very first posting of this thread, on my Windows 2008 Server R2 Standard Edition x64, and my AutumnWave OnAir Solution HDTV GT tuner now works flawlessly. Analog/NTSC and Digital/ATSC both work, along with channel scan, closed-captioning (analog & digital), and EPG.

      Thank you so much for putting that installation together!

      FYI, the only additional thing I had to do was install the beta 3.2.0.4 OnAir driver for 64-bit, which I found at http://autumnwave.com/Index1.html. The 3.2.0.4 driver works fine, but the accompanying software is flakey, so I installed the 3.2.0.3 GUI while keeping the 3.2.0.4 driver loaded.

    • #59548
      AvatarAnonymous

      I ran the BDA installer from the very first posting of this thread, on my Windows 2008 Server R2 Standard Edition x64, and my AutumnWave OnAir Solution HDTV GT tuner now works flawlessly. Analog/NTSC and Digital/ATSC both work, along with channel scan, closed-captioning (analog & digital), and EPG.

      Thank you so much for putting that installation together!

      FYI, the only additional thing I had to do was install the beta 3.2.0.4 OnAir driver for 64-bit, which I found at http://autumnwave.com/Index1.html. The 3.2.0.4 driver works fine, but the accompanying software is flakey, so I installed the 3.2.0.3 GUI while keeping the 3.2.0.4 driver loaded.

    • #49739
      AvatarAnonymous

      My TV Card (some kind of ASUS 7134) works in W7 out of the box. The card uses native W7 driver (Ph3xIBC2.inf + Ph3xIB64.sys + Ph3xIB64MV.dll). When I try to use this driver in W2008R2, then I get message it is not digitally signed of course. The ASUS does not provide standalone driver for the card, they refer to W7 driver only. How can I transfer the drivers from W7 to W2008R2?

    • #59550
      AvatarAnonymous

      My TV Card (some kind of ASUS 7134) works in W7 out of the box. The card uses native W7 driver (Ph3xIBC2.inf + Ph3xIB64.sys + Ph3xIB64MV.dll). When I try to use this driver in W2008R2, then I get message it is not digitally signed of course. The ASUS does not provide standalone driver for the card, they refer to W7 driver only. How can I transfer the drivers from W7 to W2008R2?

    • #49742
      AvatarAnonymous

      Reply to my previous post: Problem with drivers resolved as follows:
      I used original signed Philips reference driver for SAA chip I found somewhere in internet and I modified the INF file of Philips driver with the content of Ph3xIBC2.inf from Windows 7. This way I transfered the parts responsible for settings of my card to Philips-INF file. It works now fine.

    • #59553
      AvatarAnonymous

      Reply to my previous post: Problem with drivers resolved as follows:
      I used original signed Philips reference driver for SAA chip I found somewhere in internet and I modified the INF file of Philips driver with the content of Ph3xIBC2.inf from Windows 7. This way I transfered the parts responsible for settings of my card to Philips-INF file. It works now fine.

    • #49740

      @AsciiWolf wrote:

      Hello,
      I’ve made a Windows 7 BDA stack installer script.
      It should have better quality (some bugs that occured in the original msi are fixed on my installer) than the original msi and also, it’s way more “transparent”.

      Updated: 26-03-2011

      File: bda.7z (2.75 MB)
      SHA1: 4e3b2f4f1f8a828731feb5b001344f59b89429aa
      MD5: ae7b75a19a62b261d1c5c86647778494
      Download: 4shared.

      I had to register and thank you for this. This made my day and enabled my hauppauge 2200 on 2008R2 and I now have a totally centralised media streaming solution.

      I’ve spent hours on this. Thanks to the original coder (though it didn’t quite work for me). I can’t thank you enough for this. I’m over the moon. πŸ™‚

    • #59551
      AvatarAnonymous

      @AsciiWolf wrote:

      Hello,
      I’ve made a Windows 7 BDA stack installer script.
      It should have better quality (some bugs that occured in the original msi are fixed on my installer) than the original msi and also, it’s way more “transparent”.

      Updated: 26-03-2011

      File: bda.7z (2.75 MB)
      SHA1: 4e3b2f4f1f8a828731feb5b001344f59b89429aa
      MD5: ae7b75a19a62b261d1c5c86647778494
      Download: 4shared.

      I had to register and thank you for this. This made my day and enabled my hauppauge 2200 on 2008R2 and I now have a totally centralised media streaming solution.

      I’ve spent hours on this. Thanks to the original coder (though it didn’t quite work for me). I can’t thank you enough for this. I’m over the moon. πŸ™‚

    • #49741

      I’m glad you like my work. πŸ™‚
      p.s. If you really like my work, you can donate me some $ (using the Donate button).
      It would make me happy (since my bank account is in “red numbers” right now) and give me a motivation to “continue”! πŸ˜‰

    • #59552
      AvatarAnonymous

      I’m glad you like my work. πŸ™‚
      p.s. If you really like my work, you can donate me some $ (using the Donate button).
      It would make me happy (since my bank account is in “red numbers” right now) and give me a motivation to “continue”! πŸ˜‰

    • #49743

      Hello,

      I installed this software but TVService from Media-Portal can not start with exception below. Seems to me it’s looking for COM registration with CLISD of B64016F3-C9A2-4066-96F0-BD9563314726 which does not exists on my system. According to Microsoft (http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library … 45(v=vs.85).aspx) it corresponds to DVD-S
      Any ideas?

      2011-12-01 09:44:45.683500 [TVService(6)]: TvControllerException: System.Runtime.InteropServices.COMException (0x80040154): Retrieving the COM class factory for component with CLSID {B64016F3-C9A2-4066-96F0-BD9563314726} failed due to the following error: 80040154.
      at System.Runtime.Remoting.RemotingServices.AllocateUninitializedObject(RuntimeType objectType)
      at System.Runtime.Remoting.RemotingServices.AllocateUninitializedObject(Type objectType)
      at System.Runtime.Remoting.Activation.ActivationServices.CreateInstance(Type serverType)
      at System.Runtime.Remoting.Activation.ActivationServices.IsCurrentContextOK(Type serverType, Object[] props, Boolean bNewObj)
      at TvLibrary.Implementations.TvCardCollection.DetectCards()
      at TvLibrary.Implementations.TvCardCollection..ctor(IEpgEvents epgEvents)
      at TvService.TVController.InitController()
      at System.Runtime.Remoting.RemotingServices.AllocateUninitializedObject(RuntimeType objectType)
      at System.Runtime.Remoting.RemotingServices.AllocateUninitializedObject(Type objectType)
      at System.Runtime.Remoting.Activation.ActivationServices.CreateInstance(Type serverType)
      at System.Runtime.Remoting.Activation.ActivationServices.IsCurrentContextOK(Type serverType, Object[] props, Boolean bNewObj)
      at TvLibrary.Implementations.TvCardCollection.DetectCards()
      at TvLibrary.Implementations.TvCardCollection..ctor(IEpgEvents epgEvents)
      at TvService.TVController.InitController()

    • #59554
      AvatarAnonymous

      Hello,

      I installed this software but TVService from Media-Portal can not start with exception below. Seems to me it’s looking for COM registration with CLISD of B64016F3-C9A2-4066-96F0-BD9563314726 which does not exists on my system. According to Microsoft (http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library … 45(v=vs.85).aspx) it corresponds to DVD-S
      Any ideas?

      2011-12-01 09:44:45.683500 [TVService(6)]: TvControllerException: System.Runtime.InteropServices.COMException (0x80040154): Retrieving the COM class factory for component with CLSID {B64016F3-C9A2-4066-96F0-BD9563314726} failed due to the following error: 80040154.
      at System.Runtime.Remoting.RemotingServices.AllocateUninitializedObject(RuntimeType objectType)
      at System.Runtime.Remoting.RemotingServices.AllocateUninitializedObject(Type objectType)
      at System.Runtime.Remoting.Activation.ActivationServices.CreateInstance(Type serverType)
      at System.Runtime.Remoting.Activation.ActivationServices.IsCurrentContextOK(Type serverType, Object[] props, Boolean bNewObj)
      at TvLibrary.Implementations.TvCardCollection.DetectCards()
      at TvLibrary.Implementations.TvCardCollection..ctor(IEpgEvents epgEvents)
      at TvService.TVController.InitController()
      at System.Runtime.Remoting.RemotingServices.AllocateUninitializedObject(RuntimeType objectType)
      at System.Runtime.Remoting.RemotingServices.AllocateUninitializedObject(Type objectType)
      at System.Runtime.Remoting.Activation.ActivationServices.CreateInstance(Type serverType)
      at System.Runtime.Remoting.Activation.ActivationServices.IsCurrentContextOK(Type serverType, Object[] props, Boolean bNewObj)
      at TvLibrary.Implementations.TvCardCollection.DetectCards()
      at TvLibrary.Implementations.TvCardCollection..ctor(IEpgEvents epgEvents)
      at TvService.TVController.InitController()

    • #49744

      Did you mean DVB-S?

      Try the registry fix attached.

    • #59555
      AvatarAnonymous

      Did you mean DVB-S?

      Try the registry fix attached.

    • #49745

      Could someone please reupload the files to get analogue working? All the links seem to be dead.

      If it helps, I have the Hauppauge Colossus, I installed the original BDA MSI and now WinTV detects it, but says it’s unavailable (also “No Tuner Available” is in the WinTV’s title bar).

      Thanks!

    • #59556
      AvatarAnonymous

      Could someone please reupload the files to get analogue working? All the links seem to be dead.

      If it helps, I have the Hauppauge Colossus, I installed the original BDA MSI and now WinTV detects it, but says it’s unavailable (also “No Tuner Available” is in the WinTV’s title bar).

      Thanks!

    • #49746

      Hello people,

      I am really desperate …

      Follow the instructions in the forum have my 2 DVB-T Hauppauge Nova USB2 “run” position. In the TV-Server Configuration tool displays the. Well, I tried to scan the channels and no channel is found.

      The following section, I error.log from the

      2011-12-31 03:57:54.763559 [(7)]: Exception: TvLibrary.TvException: Unable to start graph
      at TvLibrary.Implementations.DVB.TvCardDvbBase.RunGraph (Int32 subchannel)
      at TvLibrary.Implementations.DVB.TvCardDvbBase.DoTune (Int32 subChannelId, IChannel channel, Boolean ignorePMT)
      at TvLibrary.Implementations.DVB.TvCardDVBT.Scan (Int32 subChannelId, IChannel channel)
      at TvLibrary.Implementations.DVB.DvbBaseScanning.Scan (IChannel channel, scan parameters settings)
      at TvService.ChannelScanning.Scan (IChannel channel, scan parameters settings)

      Can you help me please? I do not know how to go ….

      I want on my Windows 2008 R2 server only the TV-Server communicates from MP 2-4 DVB-T card to run. The whole thing is told as 64bit.

      Again, thank you!

      greeting

      ZipFam

    • #59557
      AvatarAnonymous

      Hello people,

      I am really desperate …

      Follow the instructions in the forum have my 2 DVB-T Hauppauge Nova USB2 “run” position. In the TV-Server Configuration tool displays the. Well, I tried to scan the channels and no channel is found.

      The following section, I error.log from the

      2011-12-31 03:57:54.763559 [(7)]: Exception: TvLibrary.TvException: Unable to start graph
      at TvLibrary.Implementations.DVB.TvCardDvbBase.RunGraph (Int32 subchannel)
      at TvLibrary.Implementations.DVB.TvCardDvbBase.DoTune (Int32 subChannelId, IChannel channel, Boolean ignorePMT)
      at TvLibrary.Implementations.DVB.TvCardDVBT.Scan (Int32 subChannelId, IChannel channel)
      at TvLibrary.Implementations.DVB.DvbBaseScanning.Scan (IChannel channel, scan parameters settings)
      at TvService.ChannelScanning.Scan (IChannel channel, scan parameters settings)

      Can you help me please? I do not know how to go ….

      I want on my Windows 2008 R2 server only the TV-Server communicates from MP 2-4 DVB-T card to run. The whole thing is told as 64bit.

      Again, thank you!

      greeting

      ZipFam

    • #49747

      Server 2008 R2 – for DVB Link TVSources 4.1.1
      TT-Budge 1600S2
      &
      TBS 6981 DVBS/S2

      So, I’ve just spent the last 3 hours on this.

      Finaly got it sorted. Thanks for your posts on this forum. They have now worked for me:

      Here is the order that worked for Me.

      Install: BDA_R2__TV_Card_.msi
      install: BDA_REG_EDIT_FIX_BDA_R2__TV_Card_.reg (reg file on first page)
      extract: bda.7z and run the .cmd file. Then run the bda.reg File

      Tony

    • #59558
      AvatarAnonymous

      Server 2008 R2 – for DVB Link TVSources 4.1.1
      TT-Budge 1600S2
      &
      TBS 6981 DVBS/S2

      So, I’ve just spent the last 3 hours on this.

      Finaly got it sorted. Thanks for your posts on this forum. They have now worked for me:

      Here is the order that worked for Me.

      Install: BDA_R2__TV_Card_.msi
      install: BDA_REG_EDIT_FIX_BDA_R2__TV_Card_.reg (reg file on first page)
      extract: bda.7z and run the .cmd file. Then run the bda.reg File

      Tony

    • #49748

      I am still looking for a way to download bdaforserver.7z

      Even on other forum liked media-portal, the link also dead
      http://forum.team-mediaportal.com/threads/how-to-install-mediaportal-on-windows-2008-r2-x64-only.81774/

      May Anyone please re-upload bdaforserver.7z script?

      Thanks in advance.

    • #59559
      AvatarAnonymous

      I am still looking for a way to download bdaforserver.7z

      Even on other forum liked media-portal, the link also dead
      http://forum.team-mediaportal.com/threads/how-to-install-mediaportal-on-windows-2008-r2-x64-only.81774/

      May Anyone please re-upload bdaforserver.7z script?

      Thanks in advance.

    • #49749

      Hi all,

      first thank you for your nice MSI πŸ™‚

      I managed with it to get WinTV recognize my Hauppauge HVR 4400 card.

      The problem is that the card does not find any stations. I have tested with Win7 ob the same PC. There are all stations found.

      Any hints are welcome.

      Have a happy easter!

      Best regards
      — Lord Dvinn

    • #59560
      AvatarAnonymous

      Hi all,

      first thank you for your nice MSI πŸ™‚

      I managed with it to get WinTV recognize my Hauppauge HVR 4400 card.

      The problem is that the card does not find any stations. I have tested with Win7 ob the same PC. There are all stations found.

      Any hints are welcome.

      Have a happy easter!

      Best regards
      — Lord Dvinn

    • #49750

      Hi,
      I purchased a Hauppauge WinTV HVR 1600 card that I would like to use with TSReader. Can someone help me with how to get this configuration working? I do not want to use WinTV SW, I want to use TSReader as it has an analysis tool we use.

      Thank you,
      Perfectom

    • #59561
      AvatarAnonymous

      Hi,
      I purchased a Hauppauge WinTV HVR 1600 card that I would like to use with TSReader. Can someone help me with how to get this configuration working? I do not want to use WinTV SW, I want to use TSReader as it has an analysis tool we use.

      Thank you,
      Perfectom

    • #49751

      @LordDvinn wrote:

      Hi all,

      first thank you for your nice MSI πŸ™‚

      I managed with it to get WinTV recognize my Hauppauge HVR 4400 card.

      The problem is that the card does not find any stations. I have tested with Win7 ob the same PC. There are all stations found.

      Any hints are welcome.

      Have a happy easter!

      Best regards
      — Lord Dvinn

      I got it working with DVBViewer. Just the WinTV Software cannot tune.

      Best Regards
      — LD

    • #59562
      AvatarAnonymous

      @LordDvinn wrote:

      Hi all,

      first thank you for your nice MSI πŸ™‚

      I managed with it to get WinTV recognize my Hauppauge HVR 4400 card.

      The problem is that the card does not find any stations. I have tested with Win7 ob the same PC. There are all stations found.

      Any hints are welcome.

      Have a happy easter!

      Best regards
      — Lord Dvinn

      I got it working with DVBViewer. Just the WinTV Software cannot tune.

      Best Regards
      — LD

    • #49752

      Hello,

      I am new here. πŸ˜‰ Does anyone have USB DVB-C tuner card Terratec H7? I am loosing my mind because it don’t want to work. I also installed your BDA driver but I can’t install official driver for tv tuner. Do I have to install the official driver or is it yours enough?

      Thanks for helping me! πŸ™‚

    • #59563
      AvatarAnonymous

      Hello,

      I am new here. πŸ˜‰ Does anyone have USB DVB-C tuner card Terratec H7? I am loosing my mind because it don’t want to work. I also installed your BDA driver but I can’t install official driver for tv tuner. Do I have to install the official driver or is it yours enough?

      Thanks for helping me! πŸ™‚

    • #49753

      Hi,

      the driver for your device is needed, otherwise the device is unusable. The MSI installs addons that are neede “above” the driver.

      Check for a Windows 7 64Bit driver. You should be able to install it.

      Best Regards

      — LD

    • #59564
      AvatarAnonymous

      Hi,

      the driver for your device is needed, otherwise the device is unusable. The MSI installs addons that are neede “above” the driver.

      Check for a Windows 7 64Bit driver. You should be able to install it.

      Best Regards

      — LD

    • #49754

      KEEP THIS THREAD ALIVE!!!!!!!!!! after DAYS of fighting my Trident USB 2.0 Video Capture device in server 2008 i stumbled on this thread, installed the BDA_R2__TV_Card_.msi and it all works perfect. AWESOME! thanks a millions!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

      not upset no more….

    • #59565
      AvatarAnonymous

      KEEP THIS THREAD ALIVE!!!!!!!!!! after DAYS of fighting my Trident USB 2.0 Video Capture device in server 2008 i stumbled on this thread, installed the BDA_R2__TV_Card_.msi and it all works perfect. AWESOME! thanks a millions!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

      not upset no more….

    • #49755

      What would I do without this site?

      Didn’t even consider compatibility with Server 2008 R2 when I bought my TV Tuner.

      Twenty minutes of confusion before I headed here for a perfect solution.

      Hauppauge WinTV HVR-2250 working on Server 2008 R2.

      Thanks!

    • #59566
      AvatarAnonymous

      What would I do without this site?

      Didn’t even consider compatibility with Server 2008 R2 when I bought my TV Tuner.

      Twenty minutes of confusion before I headed here for a perfect solution.

      Hauppauge WinTV HVR-2250 working on Server 2008 R2.

      Thanks!

    • #49756

      Can someone point me the link for last update version?

      Can I install It on Portuguese Brazilian 2008 R2?

      Thank You.

    • #59567
      AvatarAnonymous

      Can someone point me the link for last update version?

      Can I install It on Portuguese Brazilian 2008 R2?

      Thank You.

    • #49757

      Use the MICROSOFT SERVER CONVERTER R2 tool. πŸ˜‰

    • #59568
      AvatarAnonymous

      Use the MICROSOFT SERVER CONVERTER R2 tool. πŸ˜‰

    • #49758

      I prefer to install just BDA.

      Can you give me directions to install on a Portuguese Brazilian 2008 R2?

      Thank You!

    • #59569
      AvatarAnonymous

      I prefer to install just BDA.

      Can you give me directions to install on a Portuguese Brazilian 2008 R2?

      Thank You!

    • #49759

      Hi, I have a WinTV-HVR-2200 TV Tuner card in my 2008 R2 HP Microserver N36L, which I assume is an Analogue card.

      Without any initial intervention, using NextPVR, the card is recognised as a 7164 (even though windows recognises it correctly as 2200) but an attempt to run channel scan results in the crossbar filter error.

      If I use the MSI supplied by Shahed, NextPVR sees the device as both digital and analogue but if I try and scan with the analogue component, the application crashes.

      Unfortunately, the reg merge although successful has no affect.

      Is there a card that will work with HP Micro Server, W2K8 R2 AND NextPVR ?

      Thanks

      Baseliner

    • #59570
      AvatarAnonymous

      Hi, I have a WinTV-HVR-2200 TV Tuner card in my 2008 R2 HP Microserver N36L, which I assume is an Analogue card.

      Without any initial intervention, using NextPVR, the card is recognised as a 7164 (even though windows recognises it correctly as 2200) but an attempt to run channel scan results in the crossbar filter error.

      If I use the MSI supplied by Shahed, NextPVR sees the device as both digital and analogue but if I try and scan with the analogue component, the application crashes.

      Unfortunately, the reg merge although successful has no affect.

      Is there a card that will work with HP Micro Server, W2K8 R2 AND NextPVR ?

      Thanks

      Baseliner

    • #43847

      BDA R2 (TV Card support for Server 2008 R2)

      Adds TV Tuner (BDA) Hardware support for R2

      Hi guys
      I created a single “MSI” file to install TV card (BDA) hardware support on Server 2008 R2.

      Supports:

        DVB-T
        DVB-S
        DVB-S2
        CABLE TV

      Does not Support:

        ANALOGUE

      TESTED AND WORKS PERFECT!

      File Size:
      3.52MB
      CRC32:
      CF332B35
      MD5:
      EF7DDFD189CD3713EB6D35B7E160C6FA
      SHA-1:
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