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What is a Video/TV Tuner Driver?

A video or TV Tuner driver allows a computer to receive television signals and also contains video capture capabilities for recording programs onto the hard disk. Internet TV, Broadcast TV, live shows and movies can all be seen and/or captured.

Video and TV tuners can be internal or external and some video cards can even double as tuners. Tuners can be analog, hybrid, combo or mobile and each type requires a driver to demodulate the signal and provide a logic interface to allow the signal to be viewed on the user’s computer screen. Drivers for video and TV tuners are both card and operating system specific. Each card requires a specific driver for achieving full functionality. In addition, different operating systems will also require specific Video and TV Tuner drivers; older systems may not support this feature at all.

What can go wrong with my Video and TV Tuning Drivers?

Video and TV tuner drivers have changed rapidly in the years since they were made available. Also, more and more cable channels are broadcasting in digital only so older, analog tuners and drivers may not work and may require replacement. There are some other video and TV tuner issues below that may come into play on your system:

  • The video/TV tuner driver has become outdated resulting in conflicts with hardware devices or software programs.
  • The user has installed an update to their operating system (especially Windows 7 and forward), which results in an obsolete driver that cannot demodulate the television signal or loses pieces of data during the demodulation process.
  • The video/TV tuner driver has been corrupted or is missing functionality after a viral attack on the system, a breach of system security or a system crash.

 

How can I correct problems with my Video and TV Tuning Drivers?

Most video and TV tuners will work properly unless they need to be upgraded or repaired. This can be done through the Control Panel on Windows systems by implementing the steps below:

  • Click Start/Control Panel/ System.
  • Click the Hardware tab, and then Device Manager.
  • Click Sound, video, and game controllers – Under this section, select your video and TV tuner card and then select the Driver tab.
  • Click Update Driver Software.
  • Follow the guided instructions from the Update Driver Software Wizard to update your video and TV tuner driver.
  • Reboot the system after installation for full functionality.

 

To make certain you have the latest features and patches, you can also download your driver from the video or TV tuner maker. The top manufacturer sites for TV and Video Tuner drivers are listed below. Before accessing the manufacturer site, write down your operating system data as well as the product family and model for your tuner. Click the manufacturer site and enter the data written down in the appropriate search slots and then your driver will appear for download and installation.

ATI Video and TV Tuner Drivers

AverMedia Video and TV Tuner Drivers

Hauppauge Video and TV Tuner Drivers

HP USB Video and TV Tuner Drivers

Kworld Video and TV Tuner Drivers

Pinnacle Video and TV Tuner Drivers

If you cannot update your driver with the above websites or you are racked with anxiety at changing system files, let us do the work for you. DriverUpdate can automatically detect your devices and drivers to perform the updating procedure for you.

 


   
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