Re: Watching TV

From: mareq (
Date: 01/11/05

Date: Tue, 11 Jan 2005 08:41:03 -0800

Because I don't like the application that comes with my TV card. It's not
good. I am looking for some better free product of Microsoft's, because I
bought it Windows XP Home :-)

"noyb" wrote:

> Why not use the software that comes with the card? That's what I use with my
> Hauppage.
> "mareq" <> wrote in message
> > Please, is there any possibility to watch TV (using my TV Tuner card,
> signal
> > from cable) in Windows XP Home Edition. For example some way how to watch
> TV
> > in Windows Media Player 10. I don't want to use paid software from third
> > parties.

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