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If anyone can help me i would appreciate it very much. You see, i got this new computer a couple of weeks ago, and on my last computer i played my xbox off of using a ati card with a video adapter to hook the xbox up to.

Well, when i got my new computer (Dell XPS 400) i got an ATI X600 video card with it. So i went to the ATI site to download the multimedia center that goes to windows media center edition, and when i install the program and go to the TV, it displays a message saying " The TV Player failed to initialize." It says i don't have the correct video driver. I've tried searching the internet and i came up with nothing. I checked the Device manger but everything i think of just doesn't help. Please someone help me. i don't know what else to do.

P.S. - I tried putting my old video card in, but it wont fit.
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you sure you got the right download for your ATI video card? take a look at the video card packaging, is it Radeon? All in wonder?

try looking here: https://support.ati....ge&folderID=294
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there is no ati 600 with tv capabilities that I am aware of --it can output probably to a television, but no input like the all in wonder cards
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