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windows wont detect PCI-E tv tuner card

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Hi there

I have been trying to install this PCI-E TSB 6284 quad tuner tv card. But the system won't recognise the card. Installed all drivers needed.

Bios is on the latest version.

I have read that some later PCI-E systems don't work well with pcie ver1 cards and have to be switched to ver1 in bios.

Is there a way a can do this?

 

thanks

Bill

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@BILL2341,

I would contact the manufacturer, as the manual does not list WIN 10 support.

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Checked with tsb. There latest drivers support window10. Thanks
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Hi there

I Have been in contact with TBS again.

Also reinstalled win 7. windows still wont detect the card.

 

TBS have had problems with link speed of PCI-E on some MB.

(The problem is that new PCE-E standard has a full default backward compatibility with old PCI-E standards only in theory, not in real life. So you should reconfigure PCI-E slots in BIOS. In my case I changed link speed - from PCI-E Generation 3 to PCI-E Generation 1 which fixed the problem)

 

So is there any way I can change the link speed of the PCI-E? on this HP prodesk 600 G1

 

Regards

Bill

 

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