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How do you connect USB TV tuner to my PC?

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2011-08-24 18:41:22
2011-08-24 18:41:22

What you do is you connect the USB cable to the USB port on the side of your computer it is easy

You might use a phoenix card reader to connect USB TV Tuner to your PC, it also support CAM.

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