Nvidia + Tv Tuner Problem Doing my head in

Discussion in 'Windows 7 Graphics' started by selien, Feb 1, 2010.

  1. selien

    selien New Member

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    Ok..
    First post here, so ill say hi first! (long time reader first time poster :p), hope someone can help me out, it would be greatly appreciated!

    Ok I am running Win7, I have a winfast TV tuner card and a nvidia pcie gfx card.

    Up until recently, I had absolutely no problems with them both.

    They ran fine, perfectly.
    I have a multuple RCA port station, I have my xbox360 plugged into it and my cable tv also, this plugs into my TV tuner card which accepts the 3 connectors, red, white, yellow and connects to the card as a S-Video
    My gfx card utilises its HDMI port to my plasma tv.

    So generally, when I want to play xbox or watch cable tv, I will run it through my tuner cards software, winfast PVR2. Using the CVBS channel it will display my tv or xbox, which in turn I can then record etc or display on my plasma or monitor to do what or utilise what I need at the time.

    My tv tuner card, sat on the lowest PCI port in my pc, and the cable seemed to stretch abit, so I decided to open up my box and move the card to the highest available port just so I can relax the cable abit.

    After rebooting, the devices are still there, I get video from the tv tuner card but absolutely no audio. I have rechecked the cables and everything is connected 100% fine.
    Now also, my gfx card wont pick up my plasma, I cant seem to enable my tv anymore.

    I tried various things, reinstalling drivers, moving the tv tuner card back to its original port, trying different settings and yes, I reinstalled win7 and now, Im getting absolutely nothing.
    I seem to have lost the ability to play audio via my tv tuner card and my plasma is no longer detected.

    Does anyone know whats going or what I need to do?

    Thanks for any help!
     
  2. cybercore

    cybercore New Member

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    Do you have your audio (sound blaster) driver installed ?

    Do you see any "yellow" devices in the Device Manager, especially under:

    Control Panel => System => Device Manager => Sound Video and Game Controllers ?
     
  3. selien

    selien New Member

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    Im using my mobos audio device, and all drivers seem to be ok and up to date.

    devices.
     
  4. kemical

    kemical Windows Forum Admin
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    I'm not sure if this will work but try 'system restore' and see if returning the machine to a time before you moved the hardware helps...
     

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