pci card help

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Jun 12, 2005
my pci card specs and pic


* Features picture viewing and slide show (.gif, .jpg, .jpg, .tif, .bmp, .wmf)
* Provides video file playback (MPEG1, MPEG2, Windows Media Video, .avi, .asf)
* Contains Adaptive comb filter for NTSC and PAL operating systems and other non-standard signals
* Provides real time Digital Video Recording (DVR) and Scheduling Recording
* Supports TIVO® style Time-shifting
* Displays an Electronic Program Guide (EPG)
* Provides for Still Frame Capture
* FTA Multi-Channel Preview
* Supports Transponder, Satellite Auto Scan
* Allows simultaneous viewing and recording of different DTV channels
* Includes IR remote control and IR receiver
* DiSEqC 1.1 & 2.x compatible
* Supports the DVB protocol and DVB Data Broadcasting (ETSI301 192)
* Supports MPE (multi-protocol encapsulation)
* Supports all standard TV decoders including NTSC, PAL, and SECAM
* Supports Digital Satellite TV and Radio Program Receiving
* Supports Dolby ProLogic and Virtual Dolby Surround
* Supports all standards TV-sound decoder for BTSC, EIAJ, NICAM, FM A2, AM, and dbx decoding for BTSC system
* Supports music playback (Audio CDs, MP3s, Windows Media Audio, .wav)

Minimum System Requirements

* Video Input:
o Video Input TV Input: V 75 Ohm (UHF/VHF) TV Antenna
o Composite Video
o S-Video
* Receiving Frequency: 950~2150 MHz tuning range
* Symbol Rate: 1~45 Msps
* Code Rate: 1/2, 2/3, 3/4, 4/5, 5/6 and 7/8
* LNB Supply Voltage: 13V/18V
* System Requirements:
o PC with Pentium® IV or compatible system operating at 1.6 Hz or higher
o Microsoft ® Windows ® XP operating system
o 128 MB of system memory
o 1 GB free HD space for digital recording
o PCI 2.2 slot for the DVB-S System card
o Graphics system with 64 MB or greater of frame buffer and Microsoft Direct x9.0 support
o SoundBlaster® 16 compatible card with speakers
o Universal digital satellite dish and LNB


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Apr 21, 2005
Lakebay, WA
The card looks to be some sort of Visionwhatever or clone thereof. Too early in the morning to remember :rolleyes: I'd follow snathanb's advice, sounds like a very good idea that will let you test your receiver and eliminate that as a variable in the equeation.


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Jun 12, 2005
i hook up the dw sat in cable to my pci card and nothing on all 3 sats and tried a few more nothing . i am get a negative signal no matter what i do
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