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    I received a phone call today from PC Magazine.  They were running a story on the new Apple iPhone 4, specifically the reports (PC Mag, Gizmodo, Engadget) that people are experiencing decreased reception on their cell phone when they hold the phone by the metal frame.  That frame has been touted by Apple, in the keynote address by Jobs, as being part of the antenna system.  Here is a brief summary of what I told the reporter who called me, and a little extra. (I will u..   show all text
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Hauppauge has updated their driver for the HD-PVR. Using this driver with your HD-PVR allows you to use the HD PVR to watch, pause and record high definition TV under Windows 7 Media Center from a cable TV or satellite set top box.

The first version of this driver was release June 4. The latest is dated June 21, 2010. Here is the history:

Revision History
– Initial release
– Fixed IR blaster failed after system resume.
– Fixed video glitch when connected to PAL capable PS3

I had suffered the IR problem so this will be a welcome change.

Go to HD-PVR Support and click on the media center tab.

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