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usb freeview stick/ tv card £5.00

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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months agoFeedback:42 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
I'm looking for something that'll let me watch freeview while i'm messing about on the comp. Not bothered if its a tv card or usb stick as long as I can watch freeview channels and it works with vista.

Offer away if you've got something that you no longer use.
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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months agoFeedback:42 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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1 Like #1
not exactly freeveiw, but plenty of free channels works fine with vista and its free. just download ZATOO, just google it. hope this helps
#2
gizmat
not exactly freeveiw, but plenty of free channels works fine with vista and its free. just download ZATOO, just google it. hope this helps


cheers mate but not really wanting to stream anything.:thumbsup:
#3
I have a usb winTV Nova - bare usb stick + copy of downloaded drivers on CD, fully working on XP - not sure about Vista.

But I'd be looking for about £14 ?
#4
phanco
I have a usb winTV Nova - bare usb stick + copy of downloaded drivers on CD, fully working on XP - not sure about Vista.

But I'd be looking for about £14 ?


cheers mate, just a little more than I want to pay and can't be bothered faffing about trying to get drivers etc for vista. cheers for the offer though.:thumbsup:
1 Like #5
no probs - let me know if you change your mind, might be able to move a bit on price.
#6
phanco
no probs - let me know if you change your mind, might be able to move a bit on price.


will do, in the meantime have you got a model number or something so I can do a bit of googling see if it'll work with vista.
#7
I'll post the full model number buts it s Nova-T USB stick like this one ... http://www.microdirect.co.uk/Home/Product/13776
#8
phanco
I'll post the full model number buts it s Nova-T USB stick like this one ... http://www.microdirect.co.uk/Home/Product/13776


cool cheers mate.
#9
Info on the back is :
"M/R:70009/C1B5 #4006"
"000DFE106170 LF"

Drivers and ownloads are at http://www.hauppauge.co.uk/site/support/support_wintv7.html

And the latest drivers appear to support Vista too (although obvioualy I have not been abel to try them)
#10
are you still wanting one of these OP ?
1 Like #11
I have a freecom DVB-T USB stick, i have no driver disc for it but it works under windows media centre, not sure about under Vista, drivers available on the internet.
Doesnt seem to have a model number on it, but does say art no. 25452 alongsde a web url of [url]www.freecom.com[/url]

I am looking for £8 delivered for this via paypalgift.
#12
cheers for the offers guys. managed to get one from ebay for a fiver but its not 100% guaranteed to work with vista, after some googling some people got it to work some didnt, anyway if it doesn't i'll give this thread a bump in a few days when it comes in.
thanks again guys.

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