Mercury LR138RBG-Rx Driver Download (Official)

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Supported Models


TV Capture Card WDM TV Tuner

TV Capture Card WDM Video Capture



Supported Operating Systems

Windows 2003, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows NT4, Windows ME, Windows 98SE, Windows 98, Windows 95

File Name

Versions (2001-12-10) via .inf

Uploader Notes

TV-tuner card


Uploaded By

Nagarajah (DG Staff Member) on 27-Mar-2005

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Driver Contents File List

The following files are found inside the driver download file.

Name Size Date
recsche.ex_ 87.7 KB 20 Feb 2002
CAP7134.CAT 9.5 KB 8 Jan 2002
34TvCtrl.dll 102.4 KB 8 Jan 2002
HTM1_REC.AX_ 31.6 KB 8 Jan 2002
YUVxfm.dll 61.4 KB 8 Jan 2002 61 bytes 8 Jan 2002
HDTVPCI.GE_ 463.6 KB 4 Jan 2002
HMPG12.DL_ 60.9 KB 8 Jan 2002
hdtvpci.ex_ 933.2 KB 20 Feb 2002
vcrtd.dl_ 201.2 KB 8 Jan 2002
cap7134.inf 9.1 KB 15 Jan 2002
HDTVPCI.BG_ 539.9 KB 4 Jan 2002
34DD.DLL 98.3 KB 8 Jan 2002
Setup.exe 602.1 KB 20 Feb 2002
HT_Async.ax_ 22.7 KB 8 Jan 2002
PhTvTune.sys 16.6 KB 8 Jan 2002
34PCIurd.dll 24.6 KB 8 Jan 2002
CAP7134.SYS 441.9 KB 8 Jan 2002
Autorun.inf 50 bytes 5 Dec 2000
HMPV2.DL_ 65.0 KB 8 Jan 2002
FLYPLAY.EX_ 6.6 KB 8 Jan 2002
34API.DLL 155.6 KB 8 Jan 2002
34VCAP32.DLL 98.3 KB 8 Jan 2002
34COM.DLL 90.1 KB 8 Jan 2002
HDTVPCI.CH_ 664.0 KB 31 Jan 2002
playwnd.ex_ 12.0 KB 20 Feb 2002
34I2Curd.dll 24.6 KB 8 Jan 2002
PhTvTune.inf 3.1 KB 15 Jan 2002
Prop7134.dll 32.8 KB 8 Jan 2002
34DIALOG.DLL 98.3 KB 8 Jan 2002
HDTVPCI.EN_ 547.2 KB 4 Jan 2002

How to Update LR138RBG-Rx Device Drivers Quickly & Easily

Step 1 - Download Your Driver

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  3. Click the Update Driver button and follow the instructions.

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