|May 5, 2011, 12:54 PM||#1|
USB Satellite TV on Boot Camp?
I bought a device that lets me record and watch Satellite TV on my computer. The downside is that it doesnt work on OS X but works on Windows XP, 7 ...
This is the product http://www.technisat.com/indexf461.html?nav=Sat_DVB_S_,en,1294131238891-228 It's Called TechniSat SkyStar USB 2 HD CI
I was wondering if I install windows 7 with boot camp if it will work with my MacBook Pro
also I wanted to Install ProgDVB to work with it, is it compatible as well
Thank you hope to hear back from you
|May 5, 2011, 03:30 PM||#2|
sure it should work like on any other pc running windows xp ,vista or 7
the only difference between a Mac and any other pc like a dell for example is the Mac has open firmware while the pc has a bios other then that they are identical , so once windows is installed and booting you got a native pc , and therefore all peripherals that are compatible with windows will work, just like on a pc that meets the minimum requirements of that peripherals
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|May 5, 2011, 07:21 PM||#3|
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