Sunday, April 18, 2010 7:41 PM
I have set up my TV Tuner with Windows Media Center and while setting it up, media center recognised the tv tuner and went and found almost 80 channels when it did a scan. However when I launch live tv no matter what channel I go to there is a blank screen and no audio. I get all the programming data of what's meant to be on each channel but no video. Is this a software issue?
Wednesday, April 21, 2010 7:35 AMModerator
Hi, please first open the volume properties and make sure that none of the audio inputs are muted or the volume turned down.
Then, please open Windows Media Center, go to Tasks - Settings - General - Windows Media Center setup - Setup your speakers. Make sure the speakers selected are of the correct connection.
Meanwhile, please make sure that you have installed the compatible version of TV tuner driver.
Sean Zhu - MSFT
Wednesday, April 21, 2010 2:41 PMI've checked the audio etc. It's all working. How will I know if I have the compatible version of the TV tuner driver
Monday, February 13, 2012 7:55 PM
I am having a similar problem except audio comes through on every channel but so does the black screen. I have updated the hardware drivers for the tuner from the manufacturer (Hauppauge) to the version specifically for WMC. I have also turned Media Center off, then back on using "Turn Windows Features On and Off", as suggested on another forum. Fully updated Windows 02-13-'12. The same tuner, antenna, and wires were all connected to my old HP win7 pentium4 32bit nvidia 9500GT and worked fine. My system is:
Win7 home prem. 64bit Sp1 Eng
I7 2600K 1155 3.4-3.7 ghz
Megabyte Mobo W/Z68 chipset (not overclocking yet)
8gig 1600mhz ram
WinTV HVR-1600 recieving over-the-air ATSC
EVGA GTX570HD (nvidia graphics)
I'm bumping this old thread because I need HELP!!
Edit: SOLVED!! I rolled back the drivers on the graphics card using Device Manager .
- Edited by thepoolguy Tuesday, February 14, 2012 2:26 AM Solved!
Wednesday, November 07, 2012 6:31 PM
I installed the latest Shark007 codecs. 1st the 32-bit, then the 64-bit, as per the instructions.
Then I needed the following help from Shark007:
as for your issue, use the [x] SUGGESTED settings checkbox test
need more help? try disabling the Windows Video decoder on the SWAP TAB also
keep in mind, the x64 app controls Media Center playback
the 32bit app controls most other players
That fixed the problem.
- Michael Faklis