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    lapja
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    I have a card which looks like a TV Card (though I am not sure). it has several chips from philips and Motorola and BT:

    Philips
    SAA 7110 WP
    AC9347.1

    Philips
    SAA 7145 R2
    9634kx001

    BT
    Bt9106kpj
    VIDEO ENCODER
    185 9447

    (M)
    MCD212FU
    WG47H
    HJM9615

    On the edge of the card is written
    INTERNATIONAL INTERACTIVE MEDIA
    COPYRIGHT 1996 PCI/CDi VERSION 2.2

    I can't make it work without drivers and I can't find any company named International interactive Media. However I found an extract from an article speaking about this company that I am pasting here below.

    Is there any way to find the drivers for this card ?

    Please help! This card is driving me nuts!


    lapja


    -------everything I found about IIM------

    CD-i
    International Interactive Media announced MediaPlayback Professional, which enables a network server equipped with a CD-ROM drive to play any CD-i title (including digital video, video CD, and MPEG-1 files) at 30 frames per second using full-motion video, in millions of colors and with full interactive control. (203/321-1244)


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    is there an fcc id number on the card? usually on the edge somewhere.
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    ChrisP
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    The card in question is:

    I2M (INTERNATIONAL INTERACTIVE MEDIA)
    Model: MEDIAPLAYBACK PROFESSIONAL (VER. 2.1)
    Chipset: MOTOROLA
    Maximum Resolution Supported: 720X348
    Maximum RAM Supported: 4MB
    Video Modes Supported: VGA, XVGA,
    Bus Type: 32-Bit PCI,

    Website: http://www.I2m.com (appears to be inactive)

    I2M drivers were avilable here:

    ftp://ftp.truesource.com/mtl/drivers/0758.zip
    ftp://ftp.truesource.com/mtl/drivers/0759.zip

    (both above documents required)

    Hope this helps...

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    Quote Originally Posted by lapja View Post
    I have a card which looks like a TV Card (though I am not sure). it has several chips from philips and Motorola and BT:

    Philips
    SAA 7110 WP
    AC9347.1

    Philips
    SAA 7145 R2
    9634kx001

    BT
    Bt9106kpj
    VIDEO ENCODER
    185 9447

    (M)
    MCD212FU
    WG47H
    HJM9615

    On the edge of the card is written
    INTERNATIONAL INTERACTIVE MEDIA
    COPYRIGHT 1996 PCI/CDi VERSION 2.2

    I can't make it work without drivers and I can't find any company named International interactive Media. However I found an extract from an article speaking about this company that I am pasting here below.

    Is there any way to find the drivers for this card ?

    Please help! This card is driving me nuts!


    lapja


    -------everything I found about IIM------

    CD-i
    International Interactive Media announced MediaPlayback Professional, which enables a network server equipped with a CD-ROM drive to play any CD-i title (including digital video, video CD, and MPEG-1 files) at 30 frames per second using full-motion video, in millions of colors and with full interactive control. (203/321-1244)
    Hello, I am interested in this I2m pci board.
    Are you intersted in salling it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve R Jones View Post
    Note that this post started in October 20th, 2000.
    Yes, I already knew, but the owner may had keep the pci board along the years.
    17 years is allot, if he mail is the same, he will receive an advice from this forum.

    Lets wait...

    Best regards

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisP View Post
    The card in question is:

    I2M (INTERNATIONAL INTERACTIVE MEDIA)
    Model: MEDIAPLAYBACK PROFESSIONAL (VER. 2.1)
    Chipset: MOTOROLA
    Maximum Resolution Supported: 720X348
    Maximum RAM Supported: 4MB
    Video Modes Supported: VGA, XVGA,
    Bus Type: 32-Bit PCI,

    Website: http://www.I2m.com (appears to be inactive)

    I2M drivers were avilable here:

    ftp://ftp.truesource.com/mtl/drivers/0758.zip
    ftp://ftp.truesource.com/mtl/drivers/0759.zip

    (both above documents required)

    Hope this helps...
    Hello,

    I have got one today.
    I am looking for the win98 driver please.

    Thank you

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