[mythtv-users] Can't see my tuner card?
Batshua bat Yehonatan
batshua at gmail.com
Fri May 11 09:14:25 UTC 2012
I do not have another machine to try it in, but it's a new card.
I don't have another tuner card to try in that slot.
I don't know where to check for in in the BIOS on boot. Where should I be
I need to see if I have plates to cover the other slots in my box; I've got
the knockout kind, but if I do, I can try putting it in other slots.
I will try to find a Knoppix LiveCD to burn.
On Fri, May 11, 2012 at 5:04 AM, Simon Hobson <linux at thehobsons.co.uk>wrote:
> Batshua bat Yehonatan wrote:
> I have an WinTV HVR 1250.
>> It is a relatively new card; I bought it to replace an older one that got
>> damaged in transit.
>> My new computer (rebuilt almost entirely from scratch) can't see it in
> Can you try the card in another machine ?
> Have you another card you can try in that slot ?
> Does it show in any BIOS screens during boot ?
> Does anything change if you swap cards around slots within the same
> machine ?
> These ought to track down whether it's a card problem, or a machine
> problem, or some combination. I think (though could be wrong) that devices
> should show up with lspci even if there are no drivers loaded for them, but
> just in case it is a software/driver (though the 1250 is hardly what you
> could call bleeding edge) issue :
> If you boot from an up to date (for example) Knoppix disk, does it show up
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