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SubjectRe: BTTV w/ no sound?
On Wed, 10 Jun 1998, Gerd Knorr wrote:

> On Tue, 9 Jun 1998, Erik Andersen wrote:
>
> > > Do you have an MSCP3400 on your board ?
> >
> > I am not sure. How would I check? (A few minutes later after turning off my
> > computer, and pulling the card).
> >
> > Ok, my card has a magic silver box with the label:
> > WinCast/TV
> > NTSC
> > 60171 Rev C 1V
> >
> > In addition, it has the following two chips on it:
> > BT ITT
> > B848KPF MSP3430G-PS-A1
> ^^^^^^^^
> New chip version.
>
> > msp3400: I/O error, trying reset (write Demod 0x1)
>
> Might be a problem with the i2c bus. If "insmod i2c scan=1" finds around
> three chips (probably at addresses 0x80, 0xa0 and 0xc2), everything is
> fine. If not, mapping the bttv memory (with remap= insmod option) to
> another place might help.
>
> Or the new chip is'nt (full) backward compatible to the msp34[01]0
> versions.
>
> Gerd
>
>

Ok, Lets assume that this is the case -- that this chip behaves differently
then the earlier revs. Any pointers on where I need to go to find docs for
this thing? It couldn't be _too_ different...

-Erik

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