After an extensive search for the drivers for this card, I have given up. I am turning to a couple of forums and see if anyone can help me locate what I need.
I have a Harris XD-200 video card that I am trying to test. I cannot find the drivers. I even searched for the hardware ID under Windows to no avail.
Here is the information on the card:
9400-0956-01 Rev E
This was pulled from a working Harris IconStation. I have a hard drive that has the G-Scribe program that this card works with, but I cannot find the drivers in there because I can't even identify the card in the hardware profile. If I install the card in an XP, Vista, or Windows 7 computer, it shows up as an Unknown Device video card. The card has 5 BNC connectors on the back labeled PGM-IN, PGM-OUT, KEY-IN, KEY-OUT, REF-IN. There is also a supplementary sound card hooked through a ribbon cable with 6 BNC connectors labeled CH 1/2 IN, CH 1/2 OUT, CH 3/4 IN, CH 3/4 OUT, LTC IN, LTC OUT.
If anyone has any ideas on where to find the drivers for this, it would be GREATLY appreciated!
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Here is a little more information....the hard drive that will detect these cards has RTX 1.1. I downloaded RTX 1.4 but it won't detect the card. I am guessing this is because I don't have a USB serial numbered drive....
But that is only a guess.
Yes. That is the exact same board.
Any idea where to get a driver for this thing?
I can't update the firmware to 1.4 because 1.4 can't see it because there is no driver loaded. The 1.1 software will see it, but I have to uninstall 1.1 to update it to 1.4 and I am hesitant to do that because at least 1.1 acknowledges the card.
Yep. Got them.
I might have figured out the issue. I don't think the install program is too compatible with Windows 7. I just installed WinXP on a hard drive and ran the Inscriber program and it found the video card right off the bat. I tried to reinstall under Win7 in XP Compatibility Mode and it wouldn't detect the card.
That was the issue. I just installed 1.4 on a clean XP hard drive, I was able to update the firmware on the XD-200 and now it shows up in the Phoenix Control Panel. I'm messing around with it and trying to see if I can get the thing to run under Win7 in XP Mode or something.
hw r u guys
i just want to ask you did you find away to instal XD-200 on win7?
because i have the same problem it's already working on win xp 32 bit but i need to upgrade it.
please if u found how to do it help me.