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We are going to report you inquire to the appropriate department so they can check BIOS version 105.
Our recommendation for this issue would be to rollback to BIOS version 0104 using the BIOS recovery method and test if the TV turner works, instructions will be found here:
Desktop Board: DH61AG
System A: G23736-400
System B: G23736-502
* Onboard Options Used (i.e. Video, Audio, LAN):
CPU/GPU Video,HDMI Audio, LAN, msata
* Current BIOS:
System A: 105
System B: 106
* Power Supply:
LITEON PA-1151-03 150W
System A : i3-2100T
System B : i3-3225
System A: 4 GB
System B: 4 GB
* Operating System:
Windows 7 & Windows 8
*TV Tuner Card Model number:
Digital Devices Cine S2 (DVB-S2)
We tested also Bios 104,105,106 -> same behavior
Another System with same configuration , just with BIOS 42 is working without any problems.
We also exchanged the TV Tuners , with BIOS 42 all Tuner are working as expected.
I am also experiencing the same issue only it was the mini pcie full slot. I was using an avermedia a317 in the mini pci-e slot and all was well with the original bios on the board. After updating to bios 106 my A317 was no longer detected. I though it was the card so i bought a new mini pcie card the habey hm-ma5070. Still the same problem the device not detected. I also know it is not the cards because they both work fine in my laptop. Please lets get a working bios for this board.
This happenned to me too ( http://communities.intel.com/message/193837 ) and would like to know what the engineering department has discovered about our problem. As I mentioned in my previous post, and since my warranty is still valid, I would gladly RMA my board as soon as possible, so engineering has another sample of the problem to dig in... how do we proceed with this?