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Media Center and ADS Instant HDTV

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Old September 11th 06, 12:23 AM posted to microsoft.public.windows.vista.music_pictures_video
iam bennu
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Default Media Center and ADS Instant HDTV

What is the maximum number of tuners that Media Center will work with.

I have two ADS InstanHDTV cards that both have one analog cable and one
digital tuner on the card. I have only been able to pull in digital over the
air HD stations in Media Center. Is it possible to pull in the analog cable
also. Does anyone have any experience with this card.

I am running Vista RC1.

iam bennu


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