That has fixed my problems too. Anyone got any nice combinations I can try? Have tried using the latest Vista drivers from Freecom (http://www.freecom.com/ecsupportdetail.asp?serie=DVB%2DT&group=11361&interface=1147154) and updated driver via Device Manager but installation fails. Top man, thanks.:D 0 smsmasters Posts: 103 Forum Member 22/10/07 20:58 #488 Phil Elliott wrote: » I use AltDVB with my Freecom stick, it will let me watch up to 4 Source
It is highly recommended to always use the most recent driver version available. FergusonModerator Tuesday, February 17, 2009 5:15 PM Tuesday, January 27, 2009 1:25 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote The standard installer worked for me too using Vista compatibility I have got the Vista BDA drivers from the Freecom website and installed those. sorry if this is a really stupid question but having been given one of the usb generics from ebay how do i find what it's tuner chips are as not anywhere Source
The program is language independent and can be used with any language system. I've emailed Freecom support and all they've said is the Vista and 64 bit support is "not available for some while yet..." Reply With Quote 2007-03-10,06:13 PM #234 englebert View Profile Forum Today's Posts Wiki Community Groups Albums Member List Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links View Forum Leaders Who's Online What's New? Freecom Network Storage Assistant Unless it physically has two tuners inside it, then I very much doubt that is possible. 0 Phil Elliott Posts: 241 Forum Member 22/10/07 13:29 #486 smsmasters wrote: » Does anyone
We employ a team of techs from around the world who add hundreds of new drivers to our archive every day. Freecom Syria I am having a real problem installing the freecom BDA drivers for my Freecom DVB-T (Art No.: 25452 Nov 2005). Now I have a Vista Business (32 bit) notebook and am trying out the Freecom stick with that. cannot find driver in specified location etc in fill - it may help work out the problem.If that fails...Try uninstalling the drivers in device manager by right clicking and selecting uninstall.
http://www.altdvb.ro/ It's very good software actually. XP_BDA drivers from Freecom (XP_BDA_Driver_00008584) http://www.freecom.com/ecsupportdetail.asp?serie=DVB-T&group=11361&interface=1136105 ProgDVB for Windows 2000/XP/Vista v4.92.4 http://www.progdvb.com/download_progdvb.html Before installing the freecom drivers, make sure you have 100% uninstalled the old drivers (BDA and WDM). 0 spamcan Freecom Drivers Abandoned player that came with Freecom stick as I could not get it to work on Windows 7. Freecom Hard Drive Not Detected You need to be using the BDA driver; once you get past the spreadsheet style interface, it's great for viewing, timeshifting, analyzing muxes, etc.
my son has lost the original Freecom CD. this contact form Open Device Manager (the traditional one - not the device stage thing!)3. Search × Search Product English English Nederlands Deutsch Français Español Italiano B2B Login Company Contact Press Home Products OverviewAll ProductsFreecom Catalogue 2017 (PDF) External Hard DrivesDesktop Hard DrivesMobile Hard DrivesHard Drive No internet, No CD/DVD, No USB driver. Freecom External Hard Drive Stopped Working
Model 25452 Monday, January 26, 2009 9:10 PM Reply | Quote Answers 0 Sign in to vote Hmm, that's interesting. I managed to install the drivers sucessfully for two different versions Freecom DVB-T USB Stick (merged) «1…14151617181920» Go Comments smsmasters Posts: 103 Forum Member 02/10/07 16:51 #477 Does anyone know if the freecom drivers work with those generic usb2 freeview tunes on I find Media Player Classic best at displaying recorded TS files. have a peek here The channel list changes between both cards easily.
Perhaps with special software? Freecom Network Drive 500gb If you cannot find the right match for your Freecom device, enter the model name or number into the search box below to Search our Freecom Device Driver Support Database. Proposed as answer by elyoh Friday, February 13, 2009 7:36 PM Wednesday, January 28, 2009 2:53 PM Reply | Quote Microsoft is conducting an online survey to understand your opinion of
I don't have a Freecom stick, but I did always used to have problems with ProgDVB 5 - try using ProgDVB 4 instead; it solved my problems. 0 OnNewie Posts: 499 CategoriesCategories Select Category Advanced Affiliate marketing Antivirus Apple mac Backup Beginners Bios Blog Coupon codes Drivers Drupal Email Facebook Freebies Frequently Asked Questions Funnies Geotargeting How do I Intermediate Iphone Laptop Device manager should refresh. As soon as the device shows up, right click and select update driver, use the "browse my computer for..." option and select the folder on the desktop Freecom Hard Drive Not Detected Mac Unfortunately can't attach as they're too big for the forum.
My that's got quite lengthy - hope it helps! Proposed as answer by elyoh Friday, February 13, 2009 7:36 PM Marked as answer by Mark L. Anyone got any nice combinations I can try? 0 testpie Posts: 716 Forum Member 12/03/08 15:37 #495 OnNewie wrote: » I have been using my Freecom (Sep 2005 version) stick with Advanced Search Forum Public Hardware Freecom DVB-T TV USB Stick If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. Check This Out I have no idea what's wrong - any ideas?
http://www.altdvb.ro/ It's very good software actually. I am still working on it. I have tried ProgDVB v5 and it can see the Freecom stick and does a scan but reception is dreadful and it crashes a lot. Open Device Manager (the traditional one - not the device stage thing!)3.
If it's not there, send a PM to the user account 'sub' and he'll help you out. need a DVB-T USB driver hdtv usb dvb-t driver Where to download x-vision dvb-t usb driver How to get my freecom 750gb to work with windows 7 Win 7 freecom drivers Enquiries to Freecom and on linux mailing lists have not yet produced any responses. I'm wondering whether the newer drivers don't work!
Kaffeine only streams and does not allow channel changing. nedyrFeb 16, 2014, 11:11 PM davcon said: The worse thing that could happen is that it won't work.Many drivers listed as Vista will often work for Win7.It's definitely worth a try! Reply With Quote 2008-01-22,09:19 AM #238 ArtificialIntel2 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join Date Aug 2006 Posts 58 I've just looked at the dates in the zip file Now I have a Vista Business (32 bit) notebook and am trying out the Freecom stick with that.
Perhaps with special software? 0 testpie Posts: 716 Forum Member 22/10/07 13:18 #485 smsmasters wrote: » Does anyone know if it's possible to view two channels at once using the freecom They are all basically the same right?