Watch World Cup on your Computer
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BY webmaster
13 years ago
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The much awaited World Cup 07 has started. It is unfortunate that you have a world cup competition smack in the middle of exam season. Ever wished you could record the whole matches and view it later. Dont worry here is the simple solution. In 4 easy steps you can convert your computer into a TV and use it to watch and/or record all the world cup matches.

  • Buy an internal TV Tuner card or an external TV Tuner Box. Be careful when you buy external tuners - not all of them support recording.
  • Install the card in your PC/Set up the tuner box.
  • Split your cable connection and connect one branch to your Tuner. Make sure you use balanced splitters and not just cut and splice.
  • Schedule to record the match and turn of monitor & speakers if you dont plan to watch it live. Ensure that you dont have any of the power-saving modes on.

Voila - you have your own personal recording station.

If you need assistance in buying/installing/setting up the tuner/setting up connections, give us a call at 0471-4063818 or send us an email at info at zyxware dot com. We would be more than happy to help you with this.


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