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The description says:”The Microsoft DirectX® End-User Runtime provides updates to 9.0c and previous versions of DirectX — the core Windows® technology that drives high-speed multimedia and games on the PC.”
I need to check if the driver worked fine even if the regsitry information wasn’t imported.
Convert Windows Server 2008 as Workstation.
DVB Dream & TechniSat TV Center TechniSat TV Center reports an error during the “Graphic Initialization”: I think it’s caused by the DirectX or Codec problems.
TechniSat x64 driver.
I also downloaded a Codec Pack to be able to see MPEG2 & AC3 stream.
[SOLVED] Sky Star USB Plus on Windows Server 2008 x64.
regsvr32 /s Mpeg2Data.ax regsvr32 /s mpg2splt.ax regsvr32 /s kstvtune.ax regsvr32 /s MSDvbNP.ax regsvr32 /s MSNP.ax regsvr32 /s VBICodec.ax regsvr32 /s vbisurf.ax.
Windows Movie Maker on Windows Server 2008 x64.
Tag Archives: Windows Server 2008.
I found the list of DLL & drivers to move from Vista x64 to Windows Server 2008 x64. The list of the file with all information is available at MSFN forum.
x86 files are available at megaupload.com or mediafire.com x64 files are available at megaupload.com or mediafire.com.
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Decompress all files inside C:\bdaforserver on Windows Vista x64 and Windows Server 2008 x64 On Vista machine, run “ C:\bdaforserver\Setup For x64\Get BDA Vista Files.bat” to copy the following files to the “C:\bdaforserver\Source\x64” folder:
It’s a script based file available at RapidShare.
Here is the instruction:
TechniSat x64 driver DirectX support DVB Dream & TechniSat TV Center.
Both application report that they are not able to start the Video Rendering of the stream, so I think the problem could be caused by a problem in the Direct Draw.
“HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Multimedia\TV\Tuning Spaces\” about DVB-S (42), DVB-C (43) and DVB-C (44) “HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\TechniSat” and “HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\CyberLink”
DVB Dream reports “Cannot initialize DVB Hardware! ErrorCode: 2″and I think it’s cause by the driver.
Sky Star USB Plus on Windows Server 2008 x64.
To solve the DirectX problem, I installed the DirectX End-User Runtime Web Installer to get the DirectX support on the server. The download utility get about 54.3 Mb of required files from the web and updated the OS.
Copy “Movie Maker” files to %programfiles% Run register DLLs.bat from an elevated CMD or type the following commands:
The information to add into the registry are store in “ x64Settings.reg ” file inside “\TechniSat TV Center 126.96.36.199 (Beta Version)\software\oem\bda”. This creates 3 new registry keys:
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“%programfiles%\Movie Maker\MOVIEMK.exe” /RegServer regsvr32 /s “%programfiles%\Movie Maker\pipeline.dll” regsvr32 /s “%programfiles%\Movie Maker\wmm2ae.dll” regsvr32 /s “%programfiles%\Movie Maker\wmm2clip.dll” regsvr32 /s “%programfiles%\Movie Maker\wmm2ext.dll” regsvr32 /s “%programfiles%\Movie Maker\wmm2filt.dll” regsvr32 /s “%programfiles%\Movie Maker\videomediahandler.dll”