Installing a TV card is easy and safe if done properly. The first thing you need to do is establish what available slots within the computer are available to plug a TV card into. You can safely open your computer and look.Remove the power cord from the back of the computer.There are many ways computer are assembled, but if you look carefully you will see which screws need to be undone to remove the entire cover if its one piece, or the side cover if it has one. You only need side access. Look inside, being careful not to touch anything inside. Your body contains static electricity and if you are not properly grounded first its possible to damage the electronics with a static spark in some circumstances. Look inside for a spare PCI slot. This will be a long thin socket, usually white, about 3 inches or 75mm long, and located near where the holes in the back of the pc for extra stuff to come out from. Most reasonably modern computers have 2 or 3 of these side by side, but some might be occupied in your computer by other things, like for instance a Wireless Network card, so just check that you have one spare.If you have one spare, then close the computer again and start shopping. You are looking for a PCI TV card. There are a myriad of TV cards available at a wide range of prices. They are analog, analog/digital hybrid, twin tuner digital, hd digital.. all with extra or different features. You can research what features you want, and what card suits your needs.
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