We have recently bought a new LCD widescreen TV and I am in the process of building a HTPC running Vista to go under it. So far everything is going well, all the hardware is working and I'm loving the UI of of Vista Media Center. However, I am unable to view live TV through Vista. I have a Hauppauge WinTV-NOVA-T 500 which works through the Hauppauge software, although the picture is not good. I have downloaded all the latest drivers for the TV card but when I go to Live TV in Vista MC I get a signal still frame then the standard TV cannot be found message, whatever channel I am looking at. We have noticed since upgrading our TV that the picture through our standard digibox or through the analogue signal. Following other advice on here I put my postcode into here: http://www.wolfbane.com/cgi-bin/tvd.exe?DX=L&HT=10&OS=LE101HG This shows we are between 2 transmitters and the site recommends "Amplified extra hi-gain". We had a new aerial fitted 3 years ago, and we paid more for better one - I am slightly annoyed that his doesn't seem to be up to the job. All of this leads me to the conclusion that the strength of the signal is the problem. Does anybody have any advice - do you agree it is the reception or could it be a driver issue? Apologies for the long post, I wanted to get everything and AVForums has been a fantastic guide for me so hopefully this will be of use to somebody in the future in the same predicament. David.