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Old 05-10-2006, 08:04 PM
norseman1 norseman1 is offline
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Lost audio after installing SageTV with XP-Pro sp2 and PVR-350

Well, I configured a fresh system with XP pro and installed all the system drivers as well as SP2.

Audio in the system was working just fine.

Then, I proceeded to install the latest software for my PVR-350.
It all tested fine. I did not test TV-out over S-Video out of the card, but that was never a question.

I have the audio out from the PVR card going into the audio in on the onboard jacks. Then, the L-R audio out goes to the input on my audio receiver.

The S-Video out from the PVR-350 goes to the S-Video in on my receiver as well. (it handles all the switching)

I have limited video output and no sound at all now. (line level audio out from the PVR-350 is possible if I direct it into the reciever, instead of the PC)

Ideas? The problems all occured after I install the 15day demo of SageTV and rebooted. Uninstalling SageTV does not help.

Is there an example set of settings for folks with a PVR-350 that I could reference?
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