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  1. I've been using Creator 2011 to digitize my old VHS tapes, but I'm having repeated PC crashes (Windows 7 Pro) every time I capture a file. Does Creator NXT 3 support Video Capture? I already have the Roxio Videp Capture USB. Thankx,
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    No Video Signal Detected

    I do. Thanks again. Bob
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    No Video Signal Detected

    Jim, No, this one is not resolved, but I think I'll just let it go. I'm able to use the Windows 7 Home laptop or a separate Windows XP PC for video capture. Thanks for all your help. Bob
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    Can't Install Creator 2011 On Laptop

    Dear Sonic, Don't know which one I used, but it installed just fine and the Video Capture USB works just fine on the laptop (Windows 7 Home Premium). Now I just need to get it working on the desktop (Windows 7 pro) - different thread). Many thanks for your help. Bob
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    Can't Install Creator 2011 On Laptop

    Sonic, Got it. I'll let you know how it goes. Regards, Bob
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    No Video Signal Detected

    Jim, I plugged the Roxio Video Capture USB into my Windows 7 laptop (the one that will not allow me to install Creator 2011). It saw the USB device when I plugged it in but only installed the driver for the USB 2861 device and NOT the Roxio Video Capture USB. I used a different video capture s/w and it did not see any USB video input. Is there some way I can get the driver for the video capture device without installing the entire suite? Thanks for all your help. Bob
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    Can't Install Creator 2011 On Laptop

    Dear Sonic, Have you been able to make the modified setup.dcf file yet? Thanks, Bob
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    No Video Signal Detected

    Jim, But if the device is faulty why does it work on a different PC running a different OS (Windows XP)? I really need to get this working on Windows 7 Pro. I get periodic little zzzts (buffer overrun?) on the XP, and transferring the 25-35 GB files to an interim USB-1 drive and then to the newer PC is REALLY slow. This is really weird! Thanks, Bob
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    No Video Signal Detected

    Jim, Tried it but the Roxio USB Device was not recognized. Should it have worked? Thanks, Bob
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    No Video Signal Detected

    OK, Coach, I've done those things and done a Repair on Creator 2011. NO CHANGE. Still doesn't recognize a video signal. Just for grins I installed Creator 2011 on an old Dell XP machine that I was cleaning out prior to getting rid of it. WORKS FINE. I think I'm going to just leave things the way they are and use the primary installation on my Windows 7 Pro machine for doing music, CDs & DVDs and use the old machine for video capture until I get all my VHS tapes digitized. Then I'll remove it and finish cleaning the machine out. Thanks for your help. Bob
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    No Video Signal Detected

    Jim, Here is what I get when I click "Options". I do NOT get the option to select Composite vs S-Video. The adventure continues . . . Bob
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    No Video Signal Detected

    Jim, Video - ATI Radeon HD 4200 When I start the "Roxio Media Import" window the ONLY option I get is "Roxio Video Capture USB". The "USB 2861 Device" is not shown, although it IS present in the Device Manager (see screen shot in the opening entry of this thread). Thanks, Bob
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    No Video Signal Detected

    I realize that. Mine shows "Roxio Video Capture USB". There is a problem here somewhere but I can't understand where. Note that my screen image is slightly different from Jim's (Creator 2012 Pro) for the "Roxio Media Import" window. At the very top of the window, just under the Menu bar there are TWO buttons, Photo and Video, with Video selected. In mine (Creator 2011) there is a single Video button. When my window first opens the "Status" shows "No Signal". Then after a couple of seconds (too quick to get a screen capture) the "Video Capture" error window appears and the status changes to "Capture Device Removed". At the same time Windows pops up a window saying the Color Scheme on my PC has been changed. The VCR has been connected and playing this entire time. I'm really hurting for fresh ideas. I'm running Roxio Creator 2011 Special Edition Version: 1.3.166 Sp1; 5.0.0.0 Build 131866A, R05; 600B60A, R05 PC: Windows 7 Professional Bob
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    No Video Signal Detected

    Jim, Thanks for the reply. I tried that and got the result shown in the screen shot. At the time the VCR was connected to the USB device via a (yellow) video cable and regular audio cables and was running, I closed the box showing "Selected video device failed" and there was no change in the main screen. Ideas? Bob
  15. I bought Creator 2011 Special Edition (with Easy VHS to DVD Build 201B28A, C13 bundled) last year and installed it on my Windows 7 Pro desktop. It has only been the past week that I've had a spare VHS player to use it. When I attempt to capture a VHS tape output the s/w reports "No Video Signal". I know the signal is good because I can plug it directly into the TV set and it is good. I have verified that the Device Manager entries are present as mentioned in another thread http://forums.support.roxio.com/topic/77201-no-video-signal/ Screen capture is attached. Is there any way to troubleshoot the Video Capture USB hardware? I note on the Roxio website that there is an upgrade to Easy VHS to DVD v. 3 software. Could this solve the problem? Does the upgrade contain upgraded hardware? I'm still working a different problem regarding installing Creator 2011 on my laptop (running Windows 7 Home Premium) instead of my desktop (running Windows 7 Professional). This is on a different thread. http://forums.support.roxio.com/topic/79643-cant-install-creator-2011-on-laptop/ Thanks for any help. Bob
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