It was by coincidence that I got here. I just saw a news post on neowin.net saying that there's a new version of this application I wasn't aware of, ChrisTV, which I assumed, because of its name, had something to do with tv cards.
Anyway, back to my card. I didn't have a chance to try and plug it in yet so the only things I can let you know about it to help you help me identify it are exterior features. So here are some I think are most important:
* on the big box thingy it has two stickers, one with the Philips logo and another saying
"3139 147 13571B#
Made in Singapore"
* on a chip in the opposite corner of the big grey box thingy it says
* on the side it has the Pinnacle Systems logo and under it it says "ROB2D - 660806 - 2.0"
* on the back it has the same thing, the logo and that number. But it also has a sticker the has a barcode at the top and under it
Pinnacle Systems GmbH
(I) Made in Germany"
* it has 4 connectors labled TV, Audio Out, Comp, and S-Video.
Anyone knows what card this is?
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I think is not PCTV PRO - because Pro has a radio antenna input also.
You should try to install their drivers or btwincap generic driver : www.chris-tv.com/links.html
ChrisTV works without any problems with it
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Also, what benefits, if any, will I get out of using an alternative driver (that is, not the original one supplied by the company)?
I manged to find it on there website finally just downloading it now
In Unknown Class, it will tell you the PCI_VEN and DEVICE_ID of your card. With that, you can post it here, or you can search on Google which card it exactly is.
What you can also do, is look for the card's FCC ID number, and go to http://www.driverzone.com/fcc_id_search.htm or http://www.fcc.gov/oet/fccid to identify your card.
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