'm glad to have a place to put a post.
Seeing as it's my first for the site, thank you DScaler Team for the dedication and hard work you continue to do. Glad to see the PHP updated.
All the threads are good and most of the articles have been followed carfully. On to the problem.
I have an 3dfx Voodoo 100/TV Card (US) which is in reality an VTV1003 STB Card made in Mexico.
After downloading and installing the latest btdwmdrvinstaller 5.3.8, and following cosmotics suggestions as well as others with what I have which is:
ST (Second or Sound Chipseton same TV card)
During the installation, I've set the Video to STB and the Audio to Temic 4032 (which is on the sticker on the card on the main silver converter box on the card). (I've also tried the suggestions for using the Phillips-NTSC settings w/o success.) Also on the adv. settings. I chose no for everything except the TEA 6420 and made no changes to the hex #, yet.
I've checked and re-checked my audio cable going from my Sound Blaster Live 5.1 for Aux IN, and the Audio Out on the TV Card and are fine. (Was always working in Win98, Win2kpro, and didn't have to do all these tweaks, but not for WinXP.)
Upon installation and channel setup of DScaler 4111, it's detecting most of the channels through the 5-900mhz coaxial cable I have coming from the wall of my new apartment. (Basic Comcast package.) (It detects 69 channels on the NTSC-M for the USA, basic cable connection scan setting.)
Great picture, but alas, no sound. System sounds are working just fine in the background, so it's not the card.
Drivers in the Device Manager (w/o exclamation or red "X's" on them and no other category) are:
Conexant's BtPCI WDM Audio Capture
Conexant's BtPCI WDM Video Capture
3dfx's TVPCI, WDM Crossbar
The Audio Capture properties say, upon checking:
"No drivers are installed for this device." Hmmmm....
I believe none are required to be installed, but is this the correct message I should be getting? Upon checking the sound and audio settings on the hardware tab, in the control panel, the device status shows that it's working properly.
After the amcap.exe experiment didn't work (per the instructions) I thought I'd put a post to anyone that may have come across the same type of situation.
I'm about to try the VCR trick to see if it changes anything with the audio signal, i don't think it will.