OK so here’s what’s happened so far. Installation Method The installation of these drivers is sometimes tricky – especially if Windows tried to install some generic driver! The installation of these drivers is sometimes tricky – especially if Windows tried to install some generic driver! By continuing to browse this site, you agree to this use. Accept the warning about unsigned drivers – Freecom drivers for these sticks are unsigned. Hopefully if the drivers install correctly, then you’ll get all the channels you expect. Choosing Drivers I checked the link you gave but it was different to the link I’d bookmarked previously for the drivers which is this one:

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Before I get into lengthy details of what I have tried, is there anyone on the forum who could offer advice on installation?

I’ve encountered this problem with an MSI dvb-t stick. The solution is to get an attenuator or two to sit between the stick and the aerial line. Give it a go. Still it’s better than any of the Hauppauge software I have used in the past. After going up channels and back down the channels again it’ll suddenly find the video again! This is a complete waste of money and time. However I have problems with the sound channel being out of sync, which I am trying to fix – see www.


Generally speaking the software that comes with it is awful; I have trouble with nearly every aspect. Plugging into a roof antenna making a mockery of portability distinctly improves reception in XP – no such luck with Vista. A very disappointed an angry customer! Hopefully it will install.

It just installed that and followed up with the drivers. One minor gripe though – automatic daylight saving when the clocks go forward or backward will screw up your schedules as the TMMonitor seems linked intrinsically to the system clock – so be aware if you’re recording a weekly or daily programme, you’ll need to reschedule your recordings once the clocks have changed.

As soon as the device shows up, right click creecom select update driver, use the “browse my computer for It can’t see a single channel, even when plugged into the same antenna as my Sony set-top box that has excellent reception on all Midhurst channels. Sweet as a nut on the old 40” LCD, setting screen res to x does allow full or half screen mode for when I want to watch “in the corner” For the money I paid 40 poounds I could not have asked for a more superior piece of kit for my PVR needs.

Windows 7 IT Pro. Jaybird Freedom 2 wireless sport headphones. Free software such as VirtualDubMod can with the appropriate xvb-t open and edit the files.


[linux-dvb] Freecom rev 4 DVB-T USB 2.0 tuner usb id 14aa:0160

You could have just gone on Freecom’s website. The terrestrial services are being replace by Digital Video Broadcasting – Terrestrial DVB-Tthis is the European standard for the terrestrial transmission of digital television.

Here are the drivers: By continuing to browse this site, you agree to this use. Drivers are easy enough to install in XP, but rather hit-and-miss in Vista. Find More Posts by dilli-theclaw. Nobody has any drivers on the Freecom forums, and doesn’t seem to be any either anywhere else.

Freecom DVB-T & Analog USB stick – Cable Forum

Page 1 Page 2 Page 27424 Page 4. There were 3 drivers on the above not just 2. The supplied aerial is useless. However if I run ‘start. Originally Posted by Pushkar.

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Try uninstalling dvvb-t drivers in device manager by right clicking and selecting uninstall. People grumble about the aerial and receiver not being able to receive very well.

The software supplied is weak and the aerial is more or less useless. Windows 7 Hardware Compatibility.