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Hello,

I've got a mobiDTV Pro, which I used on my laptop, however, I would now want to use this on an imac. I've put the usb stick on the imac, but it doesn't seem to pop anything on the desktop.

Has anyone experience with mobiDTV Pro on imac ? Where can I find drivers ? Which program should I use ?

Thanks.
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A goggle search ( goggle is your friend ) found their website which says it's a windows product.

G.D.B. International - V-Gear MobiDTV Pro

maybe a new goggle search will find some work around ?

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Am afraid you'll more than likely not find any OS X drivers for a windows only TV turner from what looks to be a now defunct company, even though you can still find the devices for sale.

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A search of the web indicates that, a few years ago, at least one person was developing a Mac driver for the V-Gear Mobidtv but I have not been able to find any evidence that this was ever completed. Does anyone know if a driver is now available and, if so, where to get it?
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