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win98geek

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  1. Sorry, I said WinTV-HVR-1800, it's actually the WinTV-HVR-1600 TV Tuner Windows 98 Driver, that I am looking for. I took a picture of the card to help us look for the correct drivers. It looks like it's a PCI card, not a PCI-E card. Sorry, that's it's blurry, I don't think I have a good camera on my Tablet.
  2. Okay, I tried the driver right before my last post and it didn't read the INF file. I tried using the driver I found and use the hcw18prop.ax file from the driver you found with it and it's the same as before: Reads INF File, hcw18prop.ax file not reading.
  3. I did the INF install and that's what I prefer to do and got the error. I tried the first download you've sent me and it requires a later version of Windows. I will now try the download you just sent me and see if that works.
  4. I found a driver that said for Windows 98 and for my TV Tuner. It was at CNET: http://download.cnet.com/hauppauge_cd_3-4d1-zip/3000-2108_4-163476.html It read the hardware and the driver, but the driver had an error on the file hcw18prop.ax. I opened the details on the error. The file is what is causing the error. The file is there but, not accepting it. I didn't test that driver, but I might as well do it, just to get it working.
  5. Hey Guys, I would like to use the WinTV-HVR-1800 PCI TV Tuner (ATSC/QAM/NTSC) with my Windows 98 SE PC and I can't find a driver for it that can work. I found one that my Win98 can read however, I can't install the hcw18prop.ax file. When I opened details to get more info it said: "No more files (error #12)" Does anyone know of a way to get drivers for it that will work under Windows 98 SE? Thanks, win98geek

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