Caution Level: safe
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Operating System: Windows XP/ME/98
Latest Version / Release Date: 188.8.131.52 / N/A
The DNTV Live! Tiny USB2 BDA (No Remote) driver supports Picture in Picture, timeshifting, multicard, silent recording, and wake up of PC from standby or hibernate mode. It supports viewing and recording using more than one card in the same PC at the same time (it supports up to 16 DVB devices simultaneously in the same PC). Users can listen to FM radio using this driver. It enables users to watch both digital Satellite TV and Terrestrial TV simultaneously using a compatible DVB-S device and subscription card. It is compatible with the Mac computers. It uses a low profile card which comes in with a low profile bracket. It enables users to open a file in DVD mode and play it from the start while the recording process is still going on. It also enables users to simultaneously watch analogue inputs from an external source, and watch Digital TV.
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
The DNTV Live! Tiny USB2 BDA (No Remote) driver supports the MPEG-II main profile and main level video format, and the MPEG-II Audio layer I and II audio format. It is compliant with the PCI 2.2 bus. It allows a user to configure keyboard shortcuts and program them into third party remotes to support its functions. It comes with an auto select bandwidth of 6/7/8 MHz. Its minimum system requirements for operation include a 16 bit sound card, a CD-ROM for installation, VHF / UHF antenna, a DVB-T signal, a DirectX 9c and Windows XP with service Pack 2. For its DxVA type video cards it requires 128 MB of RAM, compatible DxVA video cards and a PC with Pentium III 800 MHz. It requires 256 MB of RAM and a Pentium 4 1.6 GHz for non-DxVA type video cards. It is supplied with Hypermedia Center and BDA drivers. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and DNTV Live! Tiny USB2 BDA (No Remote) errors before installing any driver updates.