ati hdtv wonder success

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Hardware' started by Bentcloud, Jun 26, 2006.

  1. Bentcloud

    Bentcloud Guest

    tv works with ati mmc!!!! clean install load all updates then use install cd
    autorun if fails [mine did] run w/recommended settings reboot, disk did not
    install mmc [launchpad] install from cd manually in compat mode for xp
    reboot,open start select tv comes up in composit mode then launch launchpad
    then switch to tv imput. havent had time to work out wonder remote or tv
    guide but i will!!! i will post drivers i am using later tonight
    Bentcloud, Jun 26, 2006
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    troyboy Guest

    I installed TV WOnder WRC with all the latest software, using MMC 9-14. Can't
    get the TV to work. Composite fine. All channels w/schedules are there but no
    picture. When I goto set up under the tab picture, everything is [email protected] No
    adjusting is possible. Keep posting. Got to have my TIVO....
    troyboy, Jun 30, 2006
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  3. Bentcloud

    Bentcloud Guest

    i have encountered a small glitch i have to go to the start menue and select
    tv wich comes up in composit then i open launchpad close the tv and reopen
    the tv from launchpad and select analog tv just started doing this but it
    works again!!!???? been super busy this week . i am running xp right now
    but will swap to vista tonight and post my driver versions

    Bentcloud, Jun 30, 2006
  4. Bentcloud

    Bentcloud Guest

    this is the driver version i am using dated 12-08-05 i am now
    getting a screen that says ati mmc not installed when i boot up i closed it
    and everything still comes up as described in my last message. every day a
    new bug gave up on 64 bit hope your running 32 bit??? i have 64 bit on
    another drive but cant get my wireless or tv to run on it! i will play with
    um all this weekend and try to figure out whats goin on with mmc

    Bentcloud, Jun 30, 2006
  5. Bentcloud

    troyboy Guest

    Thanks for the info. I too switched back to xp for awhile. I'll keep reading
    the posting. So far, not much TV to watch with Vista.....

    troyboy, Jun 30, 2006
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