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 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.