|Your USB 2.0 (or 3.0) controller is using 2 IRQs|
pci 23 intel(r)5series/ 3400series chipset family usb enhanced host controller 3b34
and IRQ 16
pci 16 intel(r)5series/ 3400series chipset family usb enhanced host controller 3b3c
which is shared with
pci 16 intel(r) hd graphics
pci 16 ntel(r) management engine interface
That's okay because the latter two are built into the mboard.
Your TV card is using
pci 21 avermedia m733a pci analog
IRQs 16, 21,and 23 are not being shared with anything else - that's good.
However, problems caused by IRQ sharing problems don't always show up in Windows, and you haven't
- supplied your actual mboard make and model
The model, sometimes the make, of a mboard in a generic desktop system is usually printed on the mboard's surface in obvious larger characters, often between the slots.
The model is often also displayed on a logo (graphical) screen early in the boot, but it's often not as specific as the specific model number.
- answered questions I have asked or commented about enough of what I said
- in response 5
- in the first part of response 7
"aver analog super 009"
is a PCI card.
Was the other TV tuner card a PCI card too?
If you have only one PCI slot, you are likely to have problems with the TV tuner.
If you have more than one, remove the AC power to your computer and try installing it in a different PCI slot.
If you get a PCI-E X1 TV tuner card instead, you are a lot less likely to have problems, depending on whether the PCI-E X1 or PCI-E X4 or PCI-E X16 slot you plug it into shares it's IRQ with something else, if that applies.