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    Default Tv running very slowly(Reduced Framerate)

    My cousin purchased a Gt220 1GB DDR3 card few days ago. Problem is he uses a avaermedia internal TV card but since buying the GT220 he is facing seriuous pro\blem while playing t.v. Any help?
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    Default Re: Tv running vwru slowly() Reduced Framerate)

    Hmmm...It is apparently a driver issue. Either download the most recent driver from nVidia's website, or try to download an old driver version (from Google or nVidia's site if they keep old repository). Tell me a little more. What is the Windows Version(Windows 7 has a known issue), PC configuration or any helpful information. If the above tricks dont play well, reinstall the TV card drivers or download the drivers from AverMedia's website. Please Reply.

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