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My best guess would be to open a trouble ticket at cetoncorp.com and ask Ceton if they sell replacements.
By John E. Adams on January 28, 2014
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Yes if you subscribe to that channel.
By consultlm SELLER on July 6, 2016
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No - this card has no coaxial output. It is intended for use with Windows Media Center primarily.
By J. Ferrell on May 10, 2016
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Tom Lowe answered just how I would. But the WMC7 interface takes some adjustment. My family bought a basic tuner and recorded local networks to see how we would like the system. Find out if your TWC requires tuning adapters. That would require a additional rental fee. Also if want you to use and extender use Win7.
By pir8fan on October 6, 2013
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This does not output a video signal. It merely allows your PVR software to "read" the digital encrypted signal transmitted by your cable company. WinTV, for example is a PVR software (not sure if it support cablecard or only Hauppauge products).
If you wish to watch live TV on other TVs, you load this device into one … see more
This does not output a video signal. It merely allows your PVR software to "read" the digital encrypted signal transmitted by your cable company. WinTV, for example is a PVR software (not sure if it support cablecard or only Hauppauge products).
If you wish to watch live TV on other TVs, you load this device into one PC running Windows 7 Media Center, then use a Media Center Extender on a different TV to watch shows there. You can watch/record up to 4 shows at a time. see less
This does not output a video signal. It merely allows your PVR software to "read" the digital encrypted signal transmitted by your cable company. WinTV, for example is a PVR software (not sure if it support cablecard or only Hauppauge products).
If you wish to watch live TV on other TVs, you load this device into one PC running Windows 7 Media Center, then use a Media Center Extender on a different TV to watch shows there. You can watch/record up to 4 shows at a time.

By megawhizz SELLER on May 9, 2016
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Yes, you need one CableCARD for each InfiniTV4 device that you have installed.
There is an InfiniTV 6 now, with 6 separate streams from one card.

By James Spece on November 29, 2015
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you will need the M-Card from your cable company, and you will only be able to view HD broadcasted channels. Remote is nice but with WMC you can use a wireless keyboard as well. XBMC a remote works better. Coax from the cable company to the M-Card, and then from your video card out to your TV via HDMI(recommended), S… see more you will need the M-Card from your cable company, and you will only be able to view HD broadcasted channels. Remote is nice but with WMC you can use a wireless keyboard as well. XBMC a remote works better. Coax from the cable company to the M-Card, and then from your video card out to your TV via HDMI(recommended), S-Video or Compsite. Best of Luck... I love mine. I run a splitter to the TV so I can still watch the regular channels since they charge for them as well. see less you will need the M-Card from your cable company, and you will only be able to view HD broadcasted channels. Remote is nice but with WMC you can use a wireless keyboard as well. XBMC a remote works better. Coax from the cable company to the M-Card, and then from your video card out to your TV via HDMI(recommended), S-Video or Compsite. Best of Luck... I love mine. I run a splitter to the TV so I can still watch the regular channels since they charge for them as well.
By Sam on January 21, 2013
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I'm not entirely sure why you would need a second video card... if you just want to output the video to another monitor, pretty much every video card made today supports multiple monitors. Plug another screen in, extend your desktop in Windows, and move the WMC window over to the other monitor and maximize. Done.
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I'm not entirely sure why you would need a second video card... if you just want to output the video to another monitor, pretty much every video card made today supports multiple monitors. Plug another screen in, extend your desktop in Windows, and move the WMC window over to the other monitor and maximize. Done.
Also, nearly every motherboard with integrated video and multiple video connections will also support multiple monitors for as many video connectors as they have. see less
I'm not entirely sure why you would need a second video card... if you just want to output the video to another monitor, pretty much every video card made today supports multiple monitors. Plug another screen in, extend your desktop in Windows, and move the WMC window over to the other monitor and maximize. Done.
Also, nearly every motherboard with integrated video and multiple video connections will also support multiple monitors for as many video connectors as they have.

By M. Merkey on November 8, 2013
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I really don't know. But after reading the info about it sounds like it might work. But you have to remember that Infinititv was designed to work with Windows media center. Hope the helps.
By Jimmy Jeffrey on May 17, 2013
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No. It requires Windows Media Center which was removed from Windows 10.
By bryansj SELLER on November 22, 2015