FULL Phillips 7130 PCI TV Card Driver
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The older Philips TV tuner cards came out in early 2000's, even when they were new they had compatibility issues and driver problems. Drivers are documented to work with x86 (32bit) versions of Windows from 98 until Windows 7. Don't test the installation on a production machine, do a backup before you try.
The PCI card shows up in Device Manager under Sound, video and game contollers. I've right clicked in DM and updated the driver; I ran Dell PC Check 2.0, which found no errors; then I tried to get the OS to recognize the card as a TV Tuner by uninstalling, rebooted with it out, shut down, reinstalled and then rebooted, hoping it would show up in Media Center, but no luck. and the device still shows up as a sound card.
I dont even know which TV tuner card i have and i dont have a CD for it, i only know its a Phillips chipset driver, and looks almost identical to the Philips SAA7130 TV Tuner/FM Radio/Video PCI Capture Card any help please Email me at: [email protected]
I hv just bought thesaa7130 card its working very well but my problem its the remote control its not responding at all n that worries me big time pls sent remote for pc im my email [email protected] tnx
I thought of writing this page because lot of people are facing problems in installing with their TV tuner cards based on Philips chip saa7130.it took me almost 2-3 months search to get it working perfectly.Primarily because i was using a old Linux kernel which got driver with less card support
Normally a TV tuner card can be divided into 2 section. the Video decoder and the Tuner. In this article i am concentrating on decoder with PHILIPS SAA7130 chip. using lspci and dmesg make sure that card got a Philips SAA7130 chip. its very easy to find out even you can directly look at the tuner card. But its not that simple to identify the tuner. in most cards i found that the manufactures buts big sticker on the tuner. since tuner sits inside a metalic box case, it is the right place to put the sticker :). either you can remove the sticker to findout the exact make: The model number. other option is the ugly solution the card manufacuter might have given a windows driver CD. install the card in windows. then you can get the driver details from the windows driver. I done it both the ways to confim that what i know is correct. :)
Here one thing we need to remember the driver saa7134 is written such a way thatEach card got associated tuner spec also. (the default tuner for each card)If you have default tuner, you may not required to override this by specifing like tuner = 37For getting a sutable value for tuner also 2 methods the trial and error and systematicaly looking at the source codeBy trial and error i am able to find out that values like 37,55 are working fine for me.if you want to look in to he source code, here is the method.first we need to look the place where linux is identifing the card and the tunerthis file is located in /drivers/media/video/tveeprom.c of the source tree alternatively : here most of the tuners are listed. for example, i have \"TCL 2002MB 3\" tuner.in this file we can find that the tuner is pointing to TUNER_LG_PAL_NEW_TAPCwhich is defined in source/include/media/tuner.h alternatively you can look at where you we can see that this tuner is identified as number 37.which perfetly matches my trial and error experimentHow to set the parameter valueswell. just open /etc/modprobe.conf and place the line ( if it is ubuntu or debian based distribution the file will be /etc/modprobe.d/options options saa7134 card=3 tuner=55 in ubuntu, the file name is: /etc/modprobe.d/options or in ubuntu you can directly load the options when you are loading the module like:modprobe saa7134 card=3 tuner=55 gbuffers=4 1e1e36bf2d