aitech wavewatcher pci tv card drivers for windows xp

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kraddler2003

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i picked up a tv card off ebay..it is the aitech wavewatcher tv pci card..it has 2 chips a aitech and phillips chip...support at aitech said the chipset was a zoran.......not the bx8xxx..that seem to be used by alot of the tv cards out there... i have my pc dual booted with windows xp and windows 98..under 98 the works fine with drivers i downloaded from there site..but under windows xp there beta drivers basically are useless..it only scaned 5 out of the 78 cables channels..and when it plays the image is split...the windows xp driver is a beta driver and they say on web site there will be no more future drivers for windows xp..ive found alot of third part drivers out there for card using the bx8xxx chipset but not for the zoran chipset,,anyone know of any third party support for this card?? anyone bought one of these cards off line and able to get it to work under windows xp??
 

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Per chance have you tried the XP cd for drivers. Do an add new hardware and manual install, find ATI on the list and go from there.
 

kraddler2003

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no,,havent tried that..at aitechs web site..they said windows xp dosent support the card..so i didnt think there would be any drivers on the windows..besides i had reinstalled windows xp after installing card and it didnt install it..so i dought drivers are on the windows xo cd..heck ill try it..what could it hurt..
 
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