wylie.swanson at gmail.com
Sat Dec 17 14:15:32 EST 2005
Unfortunately, cold power cycle has not seemed to do the trick. I even took
the machine out of the cabinet, removed the cards, hung out, put them back
in, and still no luck. I have the problem with two PVR-250's. The PcHDTV
3000 and Air2PC HD-5000 still working fine, of course. :-/
Any suggestions? Leave power off for a day? Hrmm. Is there no known way
to do a hardware reset on the Hauppuage cards via software?
On 10/31/05, Rudy Zijlstra <mythtv at edsons.demon.nl> wrote:
> Shawn wrote:
> >John Cartwright wrote:
> >>I've got a PVR-150. Sometimes for whatever reason mine gets
> >>recognized as a PVR-250 like your dmesg output says in which case I
> >>lose video. The only solution I've found to this problem has been
> >>to turn the machine completely off for about 10 - 30 seconds and
> >>then try again. I think I read somewhere that the registers in the
> >>tuner take a while to completely clear hence the 10 - 30 second
> >>wait. Hope this helps. Let us know if you find something that
> >>works out better.
> >This has happened to me also, and performing a cold boot (turning the
> >machine off and unplugging it for 30 seconds) usually does the trick.
> >I've read that it has something to do with the firmware.
> No, With the HW retaining settings until all kinds of elcos and such
> have fully lost power....
> Combined with it being very difficult to fully reset the HW (result of
> HW design).
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