So I got this (for me) unknown PCI TV-Card. Since I have got no more free PCI slots in my Linux machines, this one was to go in a Windows 2000 PC. And that is pretty much where the problems started... ;-)
With no really useful text on the card, I used a Debian rescue disk in order to find the card report itself as "Brooktree Bt848". My card has the very common Philips FM1216 TV tuner, and in combination with a lot of googl:ing I found a lot of useful, and a lot of less useful info on this. Finally I found some drivers and got the picture (both actually and literally), but no sound. So I made this page and asked the people in alt.comp.hardware.pc-homebuilt for help. I got help:
Bt8xx WDM video adquisition Driver
With this driver, I got it all, sound and picture. I also got indications that my card is perhaps a Leadtek WinView 601, but I am not quite sure. At least, that is what I chose when installing the drivers from the link above, and it works.
Still, there is the choice of TV application to be made. I currently use BorgTV, but it will not let other programs access the audio out when running, which is quite disturbing.
The reason for doing this page is since I had a lot of problems to make it work, I might help some other people out there. Below I have an image of my card along with descriptions of the different circuits.
MADE IN TAIWAN
FM (antenna in)
TV (antenna in)
Audio (audio out, connect to line in on sound card)
3139 147 13371L
MADE IN SINGAPORE
This is a 3-Terminal 1A Positive Voltage Regulator.
This seems to be a sound chip made by Prince Technilogy Corp.
This is an obsolete PIC that is replaced by PIC16C54C.
AN HRn9748 C
This is an integrated class AB stereo headphone driver fabricated in a 1 mmCMOS process and has been primarily developed for portable digital audio applications.