Hey guys, Thanks for the responses! January 15, , All times are GMT. I had to endure a 45s wait, but there are worse things in life Let us know how you get along, and I will too when I dig into it. I’m in the doughnut hole, so to speak, and would love to be able to record programs for later viewing.
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If I made it sound like it was in a laptop, excuse me. The time now is Seems a shame to have a card but not be able to take advantage of it I’m in the doughnut hole, so enx26 speak, and would love ebx-26 be able to record programs for later viewing. BTW, I used to have a Hauppauge external device as well, but that got fried during a thunderstorm. Even Snooze had it in a Sony Laptop and had issues as he replied.
I saw your last post and was hoping you would try to follow the instructions for Hauppauge cards and see if they work.
Since this is a device I’ve never heard of nex-26, we cant be sure it’d work until you try it. Digital devices are much better supported, and dont need dp of this extra stuff. GBPVR wouldnt have worked with this device at all.
The next step in the instructions call for me to run FilterCheck and refers to Post 3: Anyways, thanks again and should be able to report back within the hour Here’s a post from Sub that reminds me how to construct an AnalogDevices.
All times are GMT. Results 1 to 10 of The Snx-26 link you included above seems more than reasonable to me. Let us know how you get along, and I will too when I dig into it. Originally Posted by obiwan. I’m not yet running Windows 7, where support would again be “natural”. Also, common analog devices like the Hauppauge ones work without having to add stuff to xml files etc. I had to endure a 45s wait, but there are worse things in life Power is pretty spotting in general here, and as a result I’ve smoked 4 power supplies, my old Hauppauge device, a “built-in” board, and now a mother board.
Hey guys, I saw that my original post has received 18 sets of eyeballs but no comments.
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Join Date Jan Posts It is the same chip as a PVR but a lot of talk on other forums of sony Vaio specific design. Some Analog devices will also need an appropriate entry added to the AnalogDevices. I’m running Windows XP or this wouldn’t be an issue. I hadn’t found that before and end-26 downloaded it from http: Sony video card ENX support? Good Luck and let us know how it did.
Join Date Mar Location honolulu Posts Hey guys, Thanks for the responses! Anyway, sound like grudging progress! Sounds like the surge protector fnx-26 to pass on the hurt.
Please help if possible! I’m doing some Windows updates, and once that’s done I’ll try to follow the Hauppauge path.