We reported a few weeks ago on the Entertainment 2.0 podcast that Ceton was advising users of their InfiniTV tuners not to upgrade their home theater PCs to Windows 8. This was due to changes that were made to Windows Media Center in Windows 8. Some users were able to make it work, but it wasn’t officially supported. Today however, Ceton released beta support for the new operating system. If you’re planning to stick with Windows 7 for a while then you won’t have any use for these drivers. If you’d like to move up to Windows 8 then the new download will include an updated Media Center plugin along with the new drivers.

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Ceton InfiniTV 13.6.3.1088 can be downloaded from our website for free. The most popular versions of the tool are 13.6 and 4.1. This free software was originally created by Ceton Corp. The program lies within System Utilities, more precisely Device Assistants.

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  • Ceton Companion For Media Center free download - Vamp Media Center, Tvnet Online Media Center, VLC Media Player, and many more programs.
  • Download Ceton TV-tuner drivers or install DriverPack Solution software for driver scan and update.
  • Ceton InfiniTV Support - Beta Drivers (updated March 29th, 2013) - Changelog IMPORTANT Beta drivers are provided by Ceton as a preview release. Beta drivers are under qualification testing and may include significant issues. It is the end user's responsibility to protect their system and data when using any Beta driver. It is strongly recommended.
  • Today however, Ceton released beta support for the new operating system. If you’re planning to stick with Windows 7 for a while then you won’t have any use for these drivers. If you’d like to move up to Windows 8 then the new download will include an updated Media Center plugin along with the new drivers.
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There is one big piece of information to be aware of though: network tuner sharing from a Windows 8 host is still not supported. That means that if you rely on network tuner sharing, that you need to keep the InfiniTV tuner installed in a Windows 7 box. You will be able to use Windows 8 PCs as clients to a network tuner bridging setup though.

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They also released a beta of the Ceton Companion Service for Windows 8 today. You’ll need to install this beta release on any Windows 8 HTPC that you would like to connect to with any of the Ceton Companion mobile apps for Windows Phone, iPhone, or Android.

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Download the Windows 8 InfiniTV 4 beta drivers here.

To learn more about the Ceton Companion apps and service, and to download the Windows 8 beta, head on over to the Ceton Companion page.

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Lately I've been having some trouble with my Ceton InfiniTV 4 tuning channels that require the tuning adapter to display- for instance the Tennis Channel and NBA TV. Windows Media Center would show 'No TV Signal' on these channels. But rebooting my PC (running Windows 7 Professional x64) always fixes this problem. It's an annoyance because sometimes I'm in the middle of a large download or am working on a project and don't want to reboot the computer. So I decided to do some troubleshooting.
First I tried unplugging the tuning adapter (mine is a Cisco STA1520). It wasn't blinking in the first place which meant it should be working fine, but I wondered if that would help anyways. It didn't- after going through it's booting and authorization blinking process and becoming a solid green again, I still could not access the TA-only channels.
I then tried unplugging and re-plugging the USB, and making sure that under 'Device Manager', the tuning adapter is there. It is- see screen shot:
But that still didn't change anything. Going to the tuning resolver webpage at:
192.168.200.1/Services/7/TuningResolver.html
Still showed that:
TR Status: Disabled
I started to get the idea that the TA is working fine, and the connection to the computer is working fine as Windows sees it perfectly. It has to be something with the Ceton drivers/service.
I browsed over to Services, and noticed two Ceton system services- one called 'Centon InfiniTV Service' and a second called 'Ceton Tuning Adapter Host Service'. See screen shot:
I restarted the former, then went over to the tuning resolver web page- still showed TR disabled. But after restarting the Ceton Tuning Adapter Host Service, TR Status almost immediately became 'Ready'. And the typical working Tuning Adapter diagnostic page showed the following:
The channels no longer show 'No TV Signal' and work perfectly now without a reboot. I have a suspicion that this problem started upon plugging a USB device to my computer, and then unplugging. In my case it was an Android phone (Motorola Triumph). That may have somehow disrupted the USB connection between the Tuning Adapter and the PC, and the Ceton Tuning Adapter Service never bothered to retry to establish a connection to it. Hopefully Ceton can address the issue with a more permanent fix for such a problem with a future driver/firmware update.
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