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miglia tv mini & eyetv on G4 desktop NO SIGNAL!

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Mac Specs: 2009 24" 2.66ghz 4GB ram 640GB HD, Powermac G4, Powerbook G3.

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Hi, I have installed eyetv 2.35 on my powermac G4 450mhz dual, I then realised it will only work with a usb 2.0 port so i put in a usb 2.0 pci card, Plugged it in and ran the set up assistant all fine, Then clicked auto tune and nothing! no signal, Does it have to be a built in usb 2.0 port? And is there anything else i can do?, Any help would be great.


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