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Privacy Contact US Copyright© Driver Scape 2016. Environment is Windows XP Prof with SP2 and all known updates; IE 6 Any help will be appreciated. 1051 hrs Pac Coast 2/16/2008 Reply Pingback: Tim's Thoughts » Upcoming Reviews Jason thanks tina Reply tina says: January 23, 2008 at 11:28 am removed it from windows but very chancy fiddling in there, goodness knows what else they have hidden on our computers I live near Calgary Alberta and my Internet/Digital Phone/Cable provider is Shaw cable.

My only complaint would be that the RCA/SVideo input cable and remote control are sold separate for just under $20 shipped. Well done sailcaptain! Tim Reply Chris says: February 17, 2007 at 2:56 pm Tim, I have now tried what Eric said - there really were a load of registry keys for BDA TV!!! Maybe the OP has XPMCE and is expecting BDA drivers from another video capture device that it thinks may be a TV-card, like a webcam.

Overall very disappointing. After a recording session, the device will return to hibernate, standby or turn itself off as pre-programmed by the user. The BDA monitor thing pops up as with all the previous writers, sometimes I allow it, sometimes I refuse - makes no difference in the tv performance. Reply M Bliss says: December 16, 2007 at 9:42 am Used a ATI-tv card in my first desktop with great success - just loved all the features.

Applications using BDA drivers include Web TV for Windows (built into Windows 98 and Windows Me), Windows XP Media Center Edition, MediaPortal, GB-PVR, DVBViewer, ULENet and several such other third-party solutions. In article <4583231a$0$8725$>, says... > Are bank charges illegal? The only real complaint I'd say I have is when I view what I have recorded, the quality is slightly poor, and I see a snyc problem with the aduio and it is a stand alone machine only.

Reply Mark says: October 20, 2008 at 8:38 pm I unticked the emMON in startup in msconfig but when I rebooted I had a message which told me that msconfig would I think that BDA drivers are needed to interface with Media Centre properly. Why? Skip to content Tim's Thoughts Just another WordPress site Menu Promethean ActivInspire Training Flipcharts BDA TV Software issues and removal hint I recently wanted to try out a new High-Definition tuner

Reply rovingcowboy says: December 3, 2009 at 3:19 am i don't have a tv out card, i never got this program. The avertv never had the audio and video synchronized and tech support was no help. These are required to run the XBOX, Satellite Tuner, Cable, and other video equipment through my laptop. If it turns out you need it, you can always enable it again. > > Just in case you don't know how to run msconfig... > > Click Start > Click

It provides me with an extra ASTC receiver for sporting events. But I cant remember to have installed it, or any TV program at all. Reply Shaka says: June 23, 2007 at 6:33 pm I tried whith hcwclear.exe solution, but it doesn't work, after that i tried the Eric Poncet advice and it work, thankx everbody Outdated USB Drivers?

Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? It still doesnt work. It seems a good combination. (No need to buy both to do the same- the ADS Tech software is downloadable from their web site.) Be well -UF callto://uncleflip Reply Al says: Once the black box disappears, restart your computer, and the BDA TV Monitor software will be gone from your system tray, as well as any other Hauppauge software that didn't get

Reply Tim says: February 10, 2007 at 6:04 pm Hmmm…not really sure, Chris. This is the cause of dozens of entries in the registry if you search for "BDA" - apparently harmless in themsleves but typical MS bloat cluttering up the registry. Ruler1, Jun 27, 2006, in forum: Software Replies: 3 Views: 1,077 Ruler1 Jun 30, 2006 "crd" card reader application David, Oct 28, 2003, in forum: DIY Computers Replies: 3 Views: 826 Anyone ever use X-Setup or X-Setup Pro?

Check the option to remove the driver. Tim Reply Crabby says: April 7, 2007 at 8:27 am Thanks Tim, I agree mate, that Hauppuage software was very naff and I won't be recommending them anytime soon either. Did some Google searches for BDA TV Monitor, but didn't find anything about removing it from my system tray, and others wondered the same thing.

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Thanks. hgrock 09:56 16 May 07 Thanks MAJ and Stuartli This thread is now locked and can not be replied to. I am running it on two machines Both Dells. Privacy policy About Wikipedia Disclaimers Contact Wikipedia Developers Cookie statement Mobile view TechieHQ Forums > TechieHQ Office > Newsgroup Archive > DIY Computers > BDA TV Monitor Application?

All rights reserved. I cannot tell if it was a part of the main software or associated to the pilot of the USB device which performs the capture. (The software of MicroApplication is almost I have been transferring files between school and home and, last night, noticed it at home as well. I have the Haupaugge 950 and to be honest, I like it.

To check your drivers you should either:A. It is just another present from Micro$oft no one ever asked for. Reply Mark says: May 9, 2008 at 6:08 pm Deleting the emMON.exe file from C:/Windows folder removed the icon from the system tray (and I assume deleted whatever program it was). Automatically scan all your device drivers using DriverScannerRECOMMENDED:We recommend you download DriverScanner.

As such there is no file caled C:WINDOWSemMON. Its mini TV antenna can also work indoor and can be used for listening to digital radio. The BDA is completely documented in the Windows Platform SDK (software development kit) and the Windows Driver Development Kit (DDK). I also regularly use BBC iPlayer which is evolving all the time.

now it is back I get this icon on the taskbar bda TV monitor, it is not doing anything as far as i am aware, i do not know what program Most importantly, I didn't pick up any extra TV channels, so I was finished with it. In 2001 I made the mistake of getting a usb ATI TV. That did the trick…I have the same feelings about the Hauppage stick.

Quintana, in that the icon appeared out of nowhere. It encompasses the ATSC and DVB standards and gives developers a standardized method of accessing TV tuner devices (usually PCI, PCI-E or USB). Worked OK, but Media Player, Real Player and Winamp crashed every time I went into it. Reply Eric Poncet says: January 29, 2007 at 9:07 pm Hi Tim, thanks for the tip on BDA TV removal.

It appeared soon after i installed the ULead imaging software included with the "Easy Cap" USB video device. I am now done with Haupaugge.