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Any BT848/878 chipset TV card Bt848; Bt878 Driver


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Windows XP

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bt8x8_w2k_xp.rar (4.8 MB)

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Ok.. I finally found it. A driver that made my bt878 card work on windows 2000 and XP. Tested on both 848 and 878 chipsets. Just install this baby (ignore any violation errors during setup) and reboot. If windows will get mixed up on auto driver installation.. tweak a little yourself from device manager. This package has also the TV & FM application included. No teletext. Mine worked. Hope yours does.

Goodluck. Please Mail me any comments. Thanks.

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Alfredo Agius (DG Member) on 4-Nov-2001

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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful:
pedro lcio ribeiro
Tested on Windows 98
1 Mar 2006

Installation: 1 out of 5
Stability: 1 out of 5
Compatibility: 1 out of 5
"find the driver for Win XP, but I need driver for win 98."
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