So, don't be fool by these pictures:
Hardware IDThe first thing to do it "check the Hardware ID", be sure which device it is because there are four devices that looks the same.
Win Hardware USB ID: USB\VID_1B71&PID_3002
Check it on Windows on the "Device Manager", on the name of the device click "Properties":
Windows 10 x64 202H (2021-05-27 Update)
On this Windows 10 update it seems to became a new problem. The drivers are not installed by default by Windows.
Windows recognize it as "usbtv007" no drivers are found on the Microsoft Windows Update site.
This driver worked for me:
Windows 10 x64Working: On Windows 10 x64 this device gets recognized as "USB TV Tuner" without any special driver, it just get the one from "Windows update".
I used to have some problems
- Nero Video on Windows 10 x64
- USB TV BOX 5.0 on Windows 10 x64
USB TV Box is include here: ZEB-UP2012.zip (Alternative Link on the Wayback machine)
Note that there is a button on this program to change the Video Source to AV and that you can change the configuration to switch it to "NTSC_M" according where you live.