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It9135 Bda Driver Windows 10 64 Bit

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It9135 Bda Driver Windows 10 64 Bit

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The process to install an RTL-SDR dongle on Windows involves the simple step of running Zadig and installing the generic WinUSB drivers to the RTL-SDR, which shows up as "Bulk-In, Interface (Interface 0)" in Zadig.

WARNING: Do not select anything else or you will overwrite that device's driver! DO NOT click around randomly on Zadig. If you do you are likely to overwrite your mouse, keyboard, printer, soundcard etc drivers.

The easiest way on most Debian Linux systems is to install rtl-sdr via apt-get. This can be done with the following commands. We recommend using the most modern version of Linux OS that you can find for your system to get the latest drivers.

After installing the libraries you will likely need to unload the DVB-T drivers, which Linux uses by default. To unload them temporarily type "sudo rmmod dvb_usb_rtl28xxu" into terminal. This solution is only temporary as when you replug the dongle or restart the PC, the DVB-T drivers will be reloaded. For a permanent solution, create a text file "rtlsdr.conf" in /etc/modprobe.d and add the line "blacklist dvb_usb_rtl28xxu". You can use the one line command shown below to automatically write and create this file.

After installing the libraries and black listing the DVB-T drivers we recommend starting off with GQRX, a SDR program similar in operation to SDR#. It can be downloaded via the package manager in your Linux distribution or from We can now also recommend the multi-platform CubicSDR which can be downloaded from

SichbroPVR works with my KWorld DVT- PC160-2T (twin tuner) with the BDA drivers, unfortunately on only one tuner. Big step down from Windows Media Center on Win 7 where I could record 3 different channels at once. (Third is a cheap USB stick with a Realtek 2832U chip).

I have been testing MediaPortal on my windows 8 box. My thinking is when win 10 is released just about everything that works on 8 will work on 10. MediaPortal is still being maintained so that's a plus and it has no trouble with my 2 dual tuner cards so it is currently first on my list.

Good luck with "everything that works on 8 will work on 10". Windows 10 is likely to have a video display model different to windows 8, as it needs to be able to display video on a much wider range of devices and screen sizes.Seeing MediaPortal is still being maintained, they should be able to get it running on Windows 10 once the final version is out.

I've installed a number of DTV software programmes, tested them, then deleted them if they didn't work, but a few left a lot of drivers behind, so my setup may be using some of those stray drivers. ie I may have fluked on a working combination.

(Windows 10)Device manager -> sound, video, game controller.Should show up as "name of device"Driver file details:C:\WINDOWS\system32\drivers\AF15BDA.sysC:\WINDOWS\system32\drivers\BdaSup.sysC:\WINDOWS\system32\drivers\ksthunk.sys

The AF9015 based Tiny Twin works fine under Windows 10 with the default driver Windows installs (identifies as a Winfast but it's the same thing), on a USB2 controller. I've not tried it on a USB3 controller but odds on it'll fail as it did under Windows 8.

I suspect MS has done a major revamp of their video driver model to make it easily adapt to different screen sizes, but breaking drivers for older hardware in the process. If you have integrated graphics on an Intel CPU, you should be fine off the bat, but older graphic cards may take some time to be supported, or may never work properly under Windows 10.I imagine AMD are having a great time updating their APU drivers to work with Win 10.

Obviously a piece of hardware that works well to put a DTV picture with sound on the screen in windows 7 is not at fault, the main cause of the problem in them not working in Windows 10 will be how the changed parameters of the new OS handles a DTV video transport stream. ie the problem lies in the interface between the software and the way Windows 10 handles things.As a "savvy" computer user, that's how you need to interpret any comments like "my DTV hardware doesn't work!"

I like to think that now MS has finished playing with their video display model (?), they will put some effort in making it compatible with their earlier display models, so that that list of DTV software suddenly starts working properly again. (If they ever did.)If not, some makers of DTV hardware will need to rewrite the software supplied with their tuners so that their hardware works in windows 10. (Provided they can be bothered - if not, stick with Windows 7!)

Sorry to inform you that windows 10 compatible driver releases for H727 is still under evaluation and consideration. Currently we don't have definite decision or date of driver released, please visit our website for information on latest updates. Thank you!

I am not in a position to test it on a Windows 10 system at the moment as my Windows 10 test box is a microserver and the card wont fit in it. Given they havent even committed to updating the drivers yet, I have a showstopper at the moment.

It's the old story. A new OS comes out, and a lot of manufacturers produce hardware and software to take advantage of it.Unfortunately, the "new OS" is this case is XP, if you look at the dates on your drivers (CD that came with the Avermedia card) you will find they date back that far. Very few, if any, makers of DTV hardware updated their drivers for any newer OS. I guess the market just wasn't there for them to bother.

The top notch devices like Hauppage though (read: expensive) should be keeping their drivers and software up to date, hopefully.Once Win 10 is out there officially, I will be looking for a dual or quad tuner card that is advertised as Win 10 compatible.

Yep. Just hope I can still get windows 7 when their current PC dies. I'm still keeping my fingers crossed a windows 10 alternative will surface (pun?) before that happens. Surely someone out there can see this is an opportunity. I must keep the faith.

Hi Pavlov,Just got my K world tuner after reading your link, installed and ran cd drivers (then updated from storm), works like a charm-unlike my Tinytwin which i sent back, this one wasen't bad for $14 (the sent me the retail boxed one too)Win 7 ultimate 64.Sure beats buying the dearer ones and hoping for the best, only single tuner but fine for my use, the TVme media player picked up 46 channels while Total media 3.5 picked up 34, both work fine.Thanks

I bought 2 because I want to eventually set up windows 10 with dual recording capability. Two single tuners rather than a single stick that is a dual tuner on windows 10 seems to work better from what I can tell so far, but I'm leaving further experimenting until windows 10 comes out officially.

I note your comment about the single stick that is a dual tuner on windows 10 Pavlov, so trying to find time to experiment with other single tuner USB dongles. Have loads of the mini variety, about 1" square, and two different brands, but I think the same chipset.

After my resounding success getting the kworld 395UR with the AF0015 chipset working on windows 7, 8.1 and 10 with TotalMedia 3.5, I thought I would give this troublesome chipset another go. Attraction being the FM and DAB radio in it.Two of these very cheap TV tuners in the back of a desktop would give me dual TV recording as well as DAB and FM radio.

I have 3 laptops, all bought second hand, that are pretty much identical. One has Win 7, the second Win 8.1 and the third Win 10.Running through the same driver setup and install of TotalMedia 3.5 got it to work in Win 7 but not the others.The Windows 8.1 setup worked initially, but then the machine decided all by itself to "update" one of the drivers to an earlier version which broke it.

If you experiment, don't let windows update the driver, as it will give you the non working 2009 version. The last 2 files are from Realtek and not digitally signed. MS doesn't know about these and will offer you an earlier file as an update.

The playstation 3 PlayTV device, is an external USB breakout box, the size of a packet of cigarettes.. It's actually made by pinnacle so with a hacked driver you can install it on Windows 7/8/10.. The quality/reception of the PlayTV is fanastic, way better than my PCIe compro card.. 350c69d7ab


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