October 20th, 2000, 10:27 AM
Help identifying PCI card
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:
SAA 7110 WP
SAA 7145 R2
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!
-------everything I found about IIM------
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)
October 20th, 2000, 10:58 AM
is there an fcc id number on the card? usually on the edge somewhere.
"no eternal reward will forgive us now for wasting the dawn"
October 20th, 2000, 01:24 PM
The card in question is:
I2M (INTERNATIONAL INTERACTIVE MEDIA)
Model: MEDIAPLAYBACK PROFESSIONAL (VER. 2.1)
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:
(both above documents required)
Hope this helps...
December 31st, 2016, 07:11 PM
Hello, I am interested in this I2m pci board.
Originally Posted by lapja
Are you intersted in salling it?
January 1st, 2017, 05:47 AM
Note that this post started in October 20th, 2000.
January 1st, 2017, 06:07 AM
Yes, I already knew, but the owner may had keep the pci board along the years.
Originally Posted by Steve R Jones
17 years is allot, if he mail is the same, he will receive an advice from this forum.