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Hauppauge WinTV HVR-1250 PCI-E TV Tuner NTSC ATSC QAM with Remote & IR Receiver Windows XP Vista

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Windows 7 compatible?

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Ace888 Apr 20, 2011 01:55 PM Reply | Bookmark
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Anybody know if this is supported by Windows 7?

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Owse Vip Member Apr 20, 2011 02:03 PM Reply | Bookmark
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Quote: (Ace888 @ Apr 20 2011, 01:55 PM)

System Requirements

Processor Requirements (minimum):
2.2 GHz Intel P4 or equivalent
Microsoft Windows® 7 (32 and 64-bit), Vista or Windows XP with Service Pack 2.
Also for Windows Media Center in Windows 7 or Vista.

Available PCI Express X1 or X16 slot
Graphics with 64MB memory (or greater)
Sound card

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Guy_S Dec 24, 2012 10:56 AM Reply | Bookmark
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I have included some tips and tricks in this mini book LOL
Yes Its on my Win 7 Box, if you have a PVR or other Shaw box with Coax output you can record the output on your PC the same as you would a VCR, however Shaw has gone out of there way to remove boxes with the coax output and force the HDMI option on us all, My last box (Shaw refused to repair it) had this output option they gave me a worn out old box in the place of my 4 month old PVR. now if you have the small $100.00 digital box you can hook that up to your PC to record on your PC and I have not used it on my little box but there is an option in the menu to set it up for recording (it looks like it will change channels to place the desired show as the main output) that's speculation as I see it on my bedroom box but have never tried it, the down fall is the Program list is always shorter than the PVR have, half of the names don't show up after the first 24 hr.s and your lucky to see more than 2 days worth of TV listings (its a rip in no small order) as the PVR I have downstairs gets around 2 weeks of listings. There are some other boxes that allow you to plug in an external H.D., although they are only a H.D. digital box and not a PVR the option is there (I have seen them but untested) if they are usable it would be the most useful, cheapest way to get a PVR ( the box is larger and can do channels 200 and up) My sister has one of these models, maybe some day I'll buy another external drive just to test it out, she hardly uses her HDTV its more for her grand daughters kid channels.
Someone that makes a HDMI to Coax converter will sell allot of them, as this will marry the to techs and give an endless amount of storage for shows and movies (PVR at least mine has a max external add-on H.D. of 1.5 TB and if I upgrade the internal H.D. its only 1 TB last time I looked into it. In the big picture, that's not that much space when you want to save 1080 p (i) movies, Or phase out your collection of VCR tapes and DVD's too a much smaller server system that can play in any room of the house at any time.
Without replacing any of mine I already have over 3 TB's of movies and made for TV shows Like all the Star trek TV Shows and of course my sons favorite Chuck lol. One movie can be from 700 MB lowest quality not really worth it, to just under 10 gigs for best quality 1080 P with 7.1 and subs. it adds up fast. However this card will not handle any high quality. It can however act as a server to all of your other computers in your home through an HTTP add-on server. This will broadcast  to iTouch as well.
Though I have not used it you can link to it from anywhere that internet is available through there online service. or through your home network My opinion is, its not the best app i have seen due to freezing, online may be better.
so that's all I really know about this card and topic, The best thing is you have record capability's and you only need one card for your network, you can also share all recorded shows that is on your PC From this card with all other PC's and wireless devices on your network or use the card as a TV server (you can change the channel remotely from the PC you are on at the time). If you want high quality then don't go with this card even though it has both tuners the output is minimal, I bought it to copy those old VHS tapes over and make some space LOL. If your at work then you can get a cheap Digital dish and pick up a few channels that are aired from local channels or make your own antenna for analog for the time (soon to be gone in Canada) however all Shaw is not available accept basic and what they don't want you to know is when you have one of there Digital boxes on your TV set, you may not get all the unlocked channels because they remote control your box, if you have an old 125 Channel converter box from years ago put it on your set and count the channels.
They used to use inline frequency chokes to limit you channels on analog now they just send an unlock signal form there head office computer so allot of channels are open but the digital box is told not to show it. They weren't happy when we stumbled onto that one LOL The tech we talked to was a bit pissed off. however there were allot of channels that were now available through the old analog box in the basic package area. There is one trick i had found out by accident that was your tuner card can be broadcast  over the internet as if its a cam this is a old trick I found back in the all in wonder tuner days with XP. windows will see the tuner input and make the mistake (not always its like a bug) that its your cam and you can use it instead of you cam image.
OK I hope some of this information helps some of you out there. And save the negative comments about the mini book I'm just trying to help people with what I know and of course there's always trolls that want to make themselves feel like they are little gods that are better than everyone with rude comments, I would suggest using that time and effort to help someone instead of being little flamers in pink skirts.
Merry X-mas

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Somebody69 Somebody69 Dec 24, 2012 11:13 AM Reply | Bookmark
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Old thread, but here's a complete guide to Hauppauge products and Win7 compatibility:

Note the small print: "TV-PVR" series does not work with more than 4 GB of RAM. Those cards are essentially obsolete due to that. "TV-HVR" series apparently were tested on 64 bit with 8 GB, so they should all be compatible with modern systems.

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Messages about Hauppauge WinTV HVR-1250 PCI-E TV Tuner NTSC ATSC QAM with Remote & IR Receiver Windows XP Vista

Windows 7 compatible? (Ace888- Dec 24, 12, 3 Replies)
Compatible (Ted_R- Dec 24, 12, 2 Replies)
Has anyone actually tried this? (Turd_F- Oct 30, 11, 9 Replies)
Mixing a PCI-E and a PCI card together (Jet- Jun 09, 11, 5 Replies)
looking for info on this TV tuner (Cj_l- Apr 20, 11, 1 Replies)
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Does it use Hardware based Mpeg encoding (Linuxwolf- May 27, 10, 2 Replies)
Still need HD box? (Brian_J- May 08, 09, 1 Replies)
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