Monday, October 12, 6: Please start a new thread describing your issue and equipment. Monday, October 12, 5: Regarding WMP, the library is not the same thing as the actual files, of course, so WMP had to rescan the directory in order to rebuild the library. Wednesday, October 28, 2: Thanks in advance, Stephen.
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AVerMedia AVerTV Hybrid+FM Volar Driver 220.127.116.11 Windows XP x64
Monday, February 1, 8: I only ever had one tuner that would work at a time and occasionally they would both disappear even though the setup 8a18 them and scanned through all the channels but that is a whole other story. I moved them to this machine and now get this error at least once during every show I watch if not more.
Yes, I thought that would be a big clue that would help some of you. Please post if this solution also worked for you. Proposed as answer by Saltyamp Friday, February 5, I aver,edia don’t feel like ripping my computer apart to test this one. The issue occurs aevrmedia minutes into watching any channel analog or digital, includig HD channels The Low Bit Rate error lasts for about minutes, Live TV resumes, etc. Saturday, January 9, 2: If that’s a possibility, I’d say MS has a serious issue to investigate here!
Monday, September 14, 1: Been fine for hours now so think I got it whipped.
AVerMedia AVerTV Hybrid+FM Cardbus Driver 18.104.22.168 Windows XP x64
Then I remembered that one difference with Media Center 7 is with the Clear QAM tuner detection and setup, so I went back through the media center TV tuner svermedia and manually added only the set top box, leaving the clear qam tuner disabled I do know that if I switch the channel back and forth it goes away. The error message I get while watching live TV is a blue screen that says The tuner has stopped capturing data.
Wednesday, January 27, 9: Sign in to vote. Has anyone taken ownership of this issue? Are there any tools availble from Microsoft, such as WinDBG that would provide some data as to why this error is occuring? This is really annoying since it’s the only thing that will keep me away from using win7 as default non-linux rig.
Low bit rate error
Thursday, February 25, 7: The old one, is easily booted by changing the order in the BIOS. By continuing to browse this site, you agree to this use. Are there any registry settings that will allow us to adjust bitrate settings, or disable this error from occuring completely?
Also, I’m not clear on I. The difference as near as I can tell is either the video resolution x used to be x or the driver for the Display not so much the Video card drivers but the difference between say Samsung Syncmaster display versus the old VGA generic display Samtron 75V dated So far, so good.
Tuesday, March 23, 5: This just started on my system after working flawlessly for months. Monday, January 11, 9: Back to topic. I was running Vista Ultimate 32 with an Hauppauge for 2 years without an issue.
I contacted Hauppauge support and they suggested I try moving from the S-Video input to the coax input. Anyone have any other thoughts?
If I find avermeddia software change is the cause, I’ll post details back here. I have also tested the 3 different TV card on different PCs just to make sure it wasn’t my pc playing up and to my surprise, the low bit rate screen came up on each of these TV while watching live tv.