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Thread: Hauppague Wintv/Radio OWNERS- Resuming radio play?

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    Hauppague Wintv/Radio OWNERS- Resuming radio play?

    How many of you can resume radio play after a Standby (S3 STR) to where you left off. If im listening to the radio 'wintv radio' or 'radiator' to the standby, after a resume, the radio doesnt pick up where i left off

    What drivers are you using?

    What Mobo etc are you using?


    cheers

    Jamie

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    Sorry I dont have a fix for the problem but was curious as to what model card you are using. I tried a few and couldnt get it to work with radiator. Im currently using Avermedia 1500MCE. Will this card work with radiator?

    Thanks

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    PAL - BG/I 61344 REV D221

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    seriously there must be more ppl with hauppauge tooooo

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    I have a hauppauge PCI too, and am planning on using it on my next install for radio. (either that or my D-link DRU 100)

    I'll let you know how it goes with my standby STR.

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    i must admit i aint tried hibernate. I will but STR is for obvious reasons, an ideal

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