Originally Posted by TPeterson
The separate driver that taz291819 mentions refers to the earlier, nonintegrated driver and app packages. Since version 1.65, they are supplied in one executable, as newHDfan noted. In these cases, you can just run the integrated installer instead of the driver installer when the Windows "found new hardware" wizard appears.
BTW there is an updated 126.96.36.199 driver for app 1.66 (only!). If you install 1.66, also install updated driver afterward. If you stay with 1.65, don't install the updated driver.
taz291819 and TPeterson, thanks for your help!
My MyHD-130 arrived yesterday. I followed the steps in your posts. The installation was very smooth.
In the Channel List window, there are Cable, Air, IRC, HRC, and Auto. I'm curious on what IRC, HRC are.
After I have done "autoscan" several times with Fairfax Cox Cable input, here are my findings:
(I also posted the following in the local-Washington, DC thread.)
I can get the following: CBS-HD, Fox-HD and WETA (all 4 subchannels).
I cannot get NBC-HD and ABC-HD at all. According to a fellow at the local thread, "(Fairfax Cox Cable) NBC-HD and ABC-HD are up at 843MHz" (out of the range of MyHD-130?).
The signal strength is at about 65%-70%. On relatively high motion scenes, there are "macroblocks" (in last night's PBS-HD Nature program).
I expected better signal strength and less "macroblocks" with Cox Cable signal than OTA signal. But the findings was contrary to that.
Being not able to get NBC-HD and ABC-HD from Cox Cable is not a concern to me now. But out of curiosity, does anyone get those two channels from Fairfax Cox using MyHD-130? If so, how?