Unsubscribe About Us Overview Contact Us Take our Site Survey Testimonials Copyright © 1996 - DriverGuide is an iCentric Corporation Company. my son has lost the original Freecom CD. Problems can arise when your hardware device is too old or not supported any longer.Freecom DVB-T USB 2.0 Stick Driver Freecom DVB-T Stick Driver Freecom DVB-T USB Driver DVB-T USB Stick The user interface looks antique and ill thought out. Source
Thanks. 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 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 Use our customized search engine to search for popular Freecom models or search our entire driver archive to find the exact driver that fits your needs.
Digital free to air (FTA) television currently provides 35+ channels across most of the UK, user satisfaction will vary depending on location in relation to the closest transmitter. Select your product: * Choose mHDD Slim Mobile Drive Mobile Drive Sq mHDD Mobile Drive Sq TV ToughDrive HDD Mobile Drive Classic 3.0 Mobile Drive XXS Leather Mobile Drive XXS 3.0 Generally speaking the software that comes with it is awful; I have trouble with nearly every aspect.
I've tried other software such as Mediaportal, but I found it slow and clumsy. File sizes are perfectly manageable (around 2Gb for an hour), and there's no tweaking needed unlike my last attempt using Hauppague which devoured HD space at a staggering 1Gb a minute!! http://www.altdvb.ro/ It's very good software actually. Freecom Syria Now I have a Vista Business (32 bit) notebook and am trying out the Freecom stick with that.
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. Freecom Hard Drive Not Detected Works rather well with Windows Media Centre (for the channels you *can* receive), and in Nero, but I'm now shopping around for an alternative. 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 However, overall, this is an exceptionally handy piece of kit, giving very solid, good quality recordings/viewing.
not drivers or firmware to setup. Freecom Network Drive 500gb DVBViewer lets me tune both the Freecom DVB-T card and the Sky Star (freesat) tv card. The rest never worked. The terrestrial services are being replace by Digital Video Broadcasting - Terrestrial (DVB-T), this is the European standard for the terrestrial transmission of digital television.
As for recording whole muxes, DVBViewer did not allow me to do this. https://2ra5-downloads.phpnuke.org/en/c205092/freecom-dvb-t-usb-stick That worked - or at least the driver installed. Freecom Drivers from the tray, ignore and close. These sticks really do not like the drivers Windows thinks will work! If it still fails, note down the failure message e.g. Freecom External Hard Drive Stopped Working Will locate all channels and if I scroll through the channels it'll display full signal strength and quality but not display any video.
Nice to know you got it working! this contact form Plugging into a roof antenna (making a mockery of portability) distinctly improves reception in XP - no such luck with Vista. 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. from the tray, ignore and close. These sticks really do not like the drivers Windows thinks will work! If it still fails, note down the failure message e.g. Freecom Network Storage Assistant
The program is language independent and can be used with any language system. Freecom Hard Drive Not Detected Mac Forum Rules | Contact Forum Editor | Report a Post drivers for freecom dvb usb stick? Thanks, got it from here http://dvbn.happysat.org/viewtopic.php?t=33178 (The .zip files on the site don't include BDA support btw) 0 goonerob Posts: 346 Forum Member 01/11/07 18:01 #489 joegib wrote: » No, they're
My STB has no problem on the same aerial. Can not get anything using Windows Media Centre, however - says No TV Tuner, and the software provided with the Freecom stick will not run even using XP compatibility mode and Any ideas welcome. Freecom DVB-T USB StickPosted by Anonymous on 2007-01-12 15:36:13My Score: 9/10A good, clear, and well documented review. Freecom Toughdrive I am trying to find some BDA viewer which likes my setup.
All working fine on Vista. 0 eeza Posts: 1 Forum Member 13/09/09 11:25 #497 Well as this is the official thred I thought I woudld post here Ok I have one Puts the windows software to shame. Freecom DVB-T USB StickPosted by Anonymous on 2006-04-24 18:35:59My Score: 10/10Wondered if there is any plan to upgrade software in the future with channel programming What a load of rubbish!!!! Check This Out The application interface consists of a configuration & viewing program; the video is displayed in a standard window and there is an independent ‘remote' window with all the channel and video
Also, I'm using Arcsoft Totalmedia 3 but a folder keeps being created in My Documents "ArcSoft ToGo". Abandoned player that came with Freecom stick as I could not get it to work on Windows 7. I wanted a small "always on top" window in the corner so I could watch TV while I was working. Anyone wanting BBC Radios 1, 2, 3 or 4 would have needed to do that last week.
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 Or you can request a specific driver and we will find it for you. Important! 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.
Now I have a Vista Business (32 bit) notebook and am trying out the Freecom stick with that. DriverGuide maintains an archive of supported Freecom Drivers available for Free Download of the most popular Freecom products and devices. If the product is back in stock within the next 120 days, you will be notified. I second that comment.
All Rights Reserved. Important! Only thing is you need to get mpeg filters installed and such like; you may already have filters installed on your machine that AltDVB can tap into... Thanks 0 joegib Posts: 108 Forum Member 03/10/07 08:14 #478 No, they're not all the same.
Obvious, eh? Freecom DVB-T USB StickPosted by Anonymous on 2008-04-30 19:44:57My Score: 4/10The packaged software is basic, clunky, and gives the distinct impression of being incomplete.