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Old 30th May 2005, 06:08 AM
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Black&white picture with TV-card

I had some time this weekend to play with my tv-card in FC3. My problem is that the picture is black&white. No colors, no sound (just this backround hizz or noise). Everything works in winblows, but not in linux. I've checked dmesg and everything seems to be ok. I've tried different modprobe bttv tuner / card-options, but still picture is b&w. Tvtime and xawtv are both b&w.

In addition some of found channels are viewed ok with sound (european music channels like Viva and so on), but regular TV-channels are b&w.

Card: Guillemot MAXI TV Video 3 (all tv-broadcasts are in PAL-format).
Computer: AMD 2600+ 512MB with Sapphire Radeon 9600 Atlantis.
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Old 31st May 2005, 08:46 AM
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Problem fixed. "rmmod bttv" and "modprobe bttv tuner=3" and then re-search of channels did the trick.
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