[linux-dvb] Windows RegSpy data for Avermedia DVB-S Pro (A700)

Eduard Huguet eduardhc at gmail.com
Tue Feb 19 18:06:34 CET 2008


Hi,
    I just discovered that the RegSpy program mentioned in the wiki is not this
RegSpy <http://www.utils32.com/regspy.asp> but the one included with
D-Scaler... I was becoming crazy trying to read throught a zillion registry
changes that occur during AverTV programa execution, looking for something
related to "GPIO-whatever".... :D

Anyway, here's the info that RegSpy (the good one...) gives me about my card
in Windows:

3 states dumped

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

SAA7133 Card - State 0:
SAA7134_I2S_OUTPUT_FORMAT:       00
(00000000)
SAA7134_I2S_OUTPUT_LEVEL:        00
(00000000)
SAA7134_TS_PARALLEL:             04 *
(00000100)
SAA7134_GPIO_GPMODE:             00040000   (00000000 00000100 00000000
00000000)
SAA7134_GPIO_GPSTATUS:           0046f200   (00000000 01000110 11110010
00000000)
SAA7134_ANALOG_IN_CTRL1:         84
(10000100)
SAA7133_ANALOG_IO_SELECT:        02
(00000010)
SAA7133_AUDIO_CLOCK_NOMINAL:     03187de7   (00000011 00011000 01111101
11100111)
SAA7133_PLL_CONTROL:             03
(00000011)
SAA7133_AUDIO_CLOCKS_PER_FIELD:  0001e000   (00000000 00000001 11100000
00000000)
SAA7134_VIDEO_PORT_CTRL0:        00000000   (00000000 00000000 00000000
00000000)
SAA7134_VIDEO_PORT_CTRL4:        00000000   (00000000 00000000 00000000
00000000)
SAA7134_VIDEO_PORT_CTRL8:        00
(00000000)
SAA7134_I2S_OUTPUT_SELECT:       00
(00000000)
SAA7134_I2S_AUDIO_OUTPUT:        10
(00010000)
SAA7134_TS_PARALLEL_SERIAL:      00 *
(00000000)
SAA7134_TS_SERIAL0:              00 *
(00000000)
SAA7134_TS_SERIAL1:              00
(00000000)
SAA7134_TS_DMA0:                 00 *
(00000000)
SAA7134_TS_DMA1:                 00 *
(00000000)
SAA7134_TS_DMA2:                 00
(00000000)
SAA7134_SPECIAL_MODE:            01
(00000001)


Changes: State 0 -> State 1:
SAA7134_TS_PARALLEL:             04       -> 64
(-00-----)
SAA7134_TS_PARALLEL_SERIAL:      00       -> b9
(0-000--0)
SAA7134_TS_SERIAL0:              00       -> 40
(-0------)
SAA7134_TS_DMA0:                 00       -> 35
(--00-0-0)
SAA7134_TS_DMA1:                 00       -> 01
(-------0)

5 changes


----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

SAA7133 Card - State 1:
SAA7134_I2S_OUTPUT_FORMAT:       00
(00000000)
SAA7134_I2S_OUTPUT_LEVEL:        00
(00000000)
SAA7134_TS_PARALLEL:             64
(01100100)                             (was: 04)
SAA7134_GPIO_GPMODE:             00040000   (00000000 00000100 00000000
00000000)
SAA7134_GPIO_GPSTATUS:           0046f200   (00000000 01000110 11110010
00000000)
SAA7134_ANALOG_IN_CTRL1:         84
(10000100)
SAA7133_ANALOG_IO_SELECT:        02
(00000010)
SAA7133_AUDIO_CLOCK_NOMINAL:     03187de7   (00000011 00011000 01111101
11100111)
SAA7133_PLL_CONTROL:             03
(00000011)
SAA7133_AUDIO_CLOCKS_PER_FIELD:  0001e000   (00000000 00000001 11100000
00000000)
SAA7134_VIDEO_PORT_CTRL0:        00000000   (00000000 00000000 00000000
00000000)
SAA7134_VIDEO_PORT_CTRL4:        00000000   (00000000 00000000 00000000
00000000)
SAA7134_VIDEO_PORT_CTRL8:        00
(00000000)
SAA7134_I2S_OUTPUT_SELECT:       00
(00000000)
SAA7134_I2S_AUDIO_OUTPUT:        10
(00010000)
SAA7134_TS_PARALLEL_SERIAL:      b9
(10111001)                             (was: 00)
SAA7134_TS_SERIAL0:              40
(01000000)                             (was: 00)
SAA7134_TS_SERIAL1:              00
(00000000)
SAA7134_TS_DMA0:                 35
(00110101)                             (was: 00)
SAA7134_TS_DMA1:                 01
(00000001)                             (was: 00)
SAA7134_TS_DMA2:                 00
(00000000)
SAA7134_SPECIAL_MODE:            01
(00000001)


Changes: State 1 -> Register Dump:

0 changes




I've tried using the GPIO status and mode listed here in the driver
initialisation (saa7134-cards.c file), but no luck. The card still doesn't
want to tune...

Regards,
  Eduard
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