Originally Posted by lordsmurf
I've not yet had any success in making this card work with multiple systems.
It's very, very buggy, to say the least!
Thank you for the heads up.
I know your a very capable troubleshooter, and a professional a/v guy.
So it will be quite a nice puzzle
I found a used one fairly cheap and have it on the way.
That's my way of saying.. ooh.. looks even more interesting now, I love a puzzle.
-- merged --
I received this today and have looked over the driver.
Both the driver on the CDROM and the driver available to download from AMD for legacy support.
They are one and the same.
There are three drivers; atitune, aticap, atiaudio
The inf file for installing them is in an old format that isn't recognized by Windows 7x64
The drivers are WDM and are referring to ks.sys kind of a good thing.
The drivers are 32 bit, so they should be installed to SysWow64
I really don't know if this is going to work, but I would guess at a minimum the INF file needs to be rewritten to install the 32 bit drivers and reg settings in a format for Win7x32 or Win7x64
-- merged --
Win7 no go, VMware of XP no go
XPSP3 kinda go.. on real hardware
I may have a bad box.
Drivers install, but blue screen on reboot if the box is plugged in, have to unplug from USB boot the system then plugin. The drivers as installed then appear in device manager shortly after plugging in.
Couldn't get MMC installed so used Windows Media Encoder 9, that does capture a signal, but the image is doubled and side by side.. so it looks like the video decoder is not working right. It does the same thing with S-Video or Composite.
It could be a firmware problem on the device itself.. Windows 7 kept interogating it and reported the device reported a failure.
Anyway, its a fun problem to think about