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1. Here is the driver you have been looking for.
2. I spent several weeks trying to find this driver and decided to create a web page so others can find it easily without the risk of ad-ware / viruses as it seems the web has become so full of crap when trying to find drivers these days.
3. You will need to use BLAZE HDTV 2.0 OR HIGHER. It is the only program that works with the mt2030 tuner chip the af9005 works with in this usb device to tune tv stations.
4. This USB DVB-T TV Tuner stick is not HD compatible, (despite what the box and the EBAY seller you bought it from says) You can only tune Standard Definition TV Programms as it is only usb1.0. You need usb2.0 for clean continuous hd. THE AF9015 drivers pushed by ot
Jerry K (DG Member) on 13-Apr-2012
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