AVerTV PVR USB/EZMaker Pro USB Device

Category: USB
Manufacturer: AverMedia Technologies
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 12.2 MB (12 874 985 Octets)
Operating System: Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows XP, Windows Server 2K3
Latest Version / Release Date: / 18 Nov 2003

Windows device driver information for AVerTV PVR USB/EZMaker Pro USB Device

AVerTV PVR USB/EZMaker Pro USB Device may be defined as PCI TV card that features FM radio capabilities. The driver is equipped with MPEG-2 hardware encoding which allows for the OEM/System Integrator to support the 2005 edition of Windows XP Media Edition. AVerTV PVR USB/EZMaker Pro USB Device allows users to turn their personal computers into television sets and even Personal Video Recorders (PVR). More over, it also allows users to listen to their favorite FM radio stations while at the same time working on the computer. AVerTV PVR USB/EZMaker Pro USB Device comes with all the important Home Entertainment Center capabilities. Accordingly, users may watch television and use the PVR. In addition, users may rewind, pause and even replay live television. This means that users never have to miss their programs. The driver is not only easy to install but it works very fast.

Outdated Drivers?

Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.

To check your drivers you should manually verify every device on your system for driver updates

With the AVerTV PVR USB/EZMaker Pro USB Device users are able to pre schedule the recording of all their favorite shows. This is done using the electronic programming guide. The device also allows users to burn into DVD all their recorded programs. It is also possible to burn home videos from the camcorder or the VCR into DVD format. The device comes in a white box. Other then the driver itself, a multilingual manual plus the CD-ROM for the driver/application, to help with the installation process, can also be found in the white box. Furthermore, there is a warranty registration card. To install the driver, users need to first insert the card to the available PCMCIA slot and also insert the CD-ROM into the drive. Once the device is recognized by Windows, the user can then follow the prompts and successfully install the driver software. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and AVerTV PVR USB/EZMaker Pro USB Device errors before installing any driver updates.