The posting in Jason's blog is over a year old so none of the newer
compatible tuners are liasted.
I has not seen the KB article before and found it interesting. It leaves a
little out such as for Windows Media Center to recognize the Analog Tuner on
a Hybrid card the Hybrid card must have an Onboard MPEG2 encoder chip for
analog TV or Video capture. I belive that both the ATI 650 and Hauppauge
1600 have this capability. AFAIK
both tuners on the ATI 750 can not be used
currentlly. I did see a posting this week in another forum where a users
said he had two 1600 cards installed and was able to record two analog
programs,2 digital progams and watch a 5th previoulsy recorded program all
at the same time.
"Cari (MS-MVP)" <NewsGroups@coribright.com> wrote in message
>I asked this question only last night so:
> You might also want to read:
> I'm personally leaning towards the ATI
> because it has good reviews and based on the KB article, I should be able
> to get both tuners working on the single card and save a PCI slot! My old
> eHome Wonder isn't Vista compatible so my MCE still languishes at MCE 2005
> stage. It will play catch up with the other Vista PCs as and when
> finances let me play more.
> Cari (MS-MVP)
> Windows Technologies - Printing & Imaging
> "James Rainey" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>> I'm running Vista Ultimate Build 6000. ATI 1900 GT PCIe and I have 1 PCI
>> Slot open. PIV 3.2 Ghz with 2GIG RAM.
>> I would love to install a TV Tuner card but simply can't find any good
>> reviews. Anyone here have suggestions?