post #1 of 1
Thread Starter 
Does anyone here on AVSForums have experience with the Digi@nywhere Tuner from MSI? I recently bought one for my HP Media Center m7640n to upgrade the dated WinTV card inside so I could watch/record ATSC programming. According to the NewEgg product page, it's supposed to work with Windows XP Media Center, but it fails to recognize the tuner from Media Center. Using the CD that came with the card, the ArcSoft software finds the tuner, channels, and functions properly, but the EPC & recording setup are about 10 years behind even WMCE 2005.

I brought this issue up on the MSI support forums, but no one had anything useful to provide. I've applied all possible updates to MCE available via Windows Update and can't seem to find anyone experiencing the same problems via Google Search.

PC Specs:
Athlon 64 X2 (W) 5000+ 2.6 GHz
*2000 MT/s (mega transfers/second)
*Socket AM2

*GeForce 6150 LE

*Manufacturer: Asus
*Motherboard Name: A8M2N-LA
*HP/Compaq motherboard name: NodusM3-GL8E

*Memory Installed 2 GB (2x1GB)
*Speed PC2-4200 MB/sec

Hard drive
*320 GB SATA 3G (3.0 Gb/sec)
*7200 rpm

VGA card
*MSI Radeon X1550 (added post-PC purchase)

TV tuner
*MSI Digi@nywhere A/D Plus

I've got the "Digi@nywhere A/D Plus BDA driver" (newest on manufacturer website) installed on my PC and my "device manager" shows that it's currently the 1.345.9.1009. The driver that came on the CD failed to work with MCE also, but both worked with the ArcSoft software.