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I have Roxio Creator 9.0 Deluxe running on a Vista computer.

I have the DVC90 input device, downloaded the latest driver, installed and system confirmed that it was recognized.

The light on the DVC90 is on. Device Manager says that the Dazzle DVC90 is working properly.

I rebooted my computer.

I start C9 and select "Convert LPs and Tapes"

 

I still get the error message: No recording device found.

 

I click OK and the Converter loads but there is nothing in the "Capture From" or "Input" drop down to choose from.

I tried looking for help on error message, but couldn't find anything.

 

Could someone tell me what is going on here?

 

Thanks,

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I have Roxio Creator 9.0 Deluxe running on a Vista computer.

I have the DVC90 input device, downloaded the latest driver, installed and system confirmed that it was recognized.

The light on the DVC90 is on. Device Manager says that the Dazzle DVC90 is working properly.

I rebooted my computer.

I start C9 and select "Convert LPs and Tapes"

 

I still get the error message: No recording device found.

 

I click OK and the Converter loads but there is nothing in the "Capture From" or "Input" drop down to choose from.

I tried looking for help on error message, but couldn't find anything.

 

Could someone tell me what is going on here?

 

Thanks,

 

I don't know if it will help but have you installed the 9.1 update? Read the page before you do the install; you may lose a couple of things.

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I don't know if it will help but have you installed the 9.1 update? Read the page before you do the install; you may lose a couple of things.

 

Installing 9.1 did not help. But I did lose Backup MyPC. Not really worth the upgrade cost.

 

One of the Device Managers is identified as "DVC90 Audio Device," but it is not seen by any of the Roxio applications.

The Media Import sees the "DVC90 Video Device", but not the audio device.

 

The "LP and Tape Converter" doesn't even see the systems own audio board which has a "Mic In".

 

What good is any of this if it does see anything?

 

Could someone please tell me what devices ARE recognized the "LP and Tape Converter?"

 

Thanks,

 

Richard..

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It recognizes devices that have proper drivers installed.

 

Pinnacle has 32bit Vista drivers for the DVC90 – Here

 

You say you have latest but didn’t mention a version number, so it could be anything…

 

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It recognizes devices that have proper drivers installed.

 

Pinnacle has 32bit Vista drivers for the DVC90 – Here

 

You say you have latest but didn’t mention a version number, so it could be anything…

Jim, I'm trying to recall, does the DVC90 support recording as an audio device? I don't think I ever tried that.

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Jim, I'm trying to recall, does the DVC90 support recording as an audio device? I don't think I ever tried that.

I never could get it to work so I never had any 1st hand experience with it :lol:

 

But now that you mention it, I do seem to recall that it was a Video product and did not do stand alone Audio Capture!

 

Thanks for pointing that out!

 

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When I was attempting to get the DVC90 to work. I did go to the Pinnacle website and downloaded the latest driver.

 

If the "LP and Tape Converter" does not recognize the "DVC90 Audio Device" and it does not recognize the systems own Audio board "Mic In", then I ask again...

 

What devices does it recognize? Has anyone been able to use any Audio Device on this program?

 

Certainly, there must be some of you folks out there who have old cassette tapes that you converted to digital using the "LP and Tape Converter." Please speak up.

 

I certainly do not want to start buy up umpteen different audio boards or plug ins just to see which one Roxio recognizes.

 

Thanks,

 

Richard..

 

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When I was attempting to get the DVC90 to work. I did go to the Pinnacle website and downloaded the latest driver.

 

If the "LP and Tape Converter" does not recognize the "DVC90 Audio Device" and it does not recognize the systems own Audio board "Mic In", then I ask again...

 

What devices does it recognize? Has anyone been able to use any Audio Device on this program?

 

Certainly, there must be some of you folks out there who have old cassette tapes that you converted to digital using the "LP and Tape Converter." Please speak up.

 

I certainly do not want to start buy up umpteen different audio boards or plug ins just to see which one Roxio recognizes.

 

Thanks,

 

Richard..

Well, I had no problems with it (EMC9) finding my old Ensoniq sound card, but then I was running Windows 2000. You're running Vista. EMC 10 and susequently EMC 2009 has had no problems with various USB audio devices or any of the sound cards I've had.

 

Does Vista show your PC's audio board/chip okay? I've heard that Vista handles audio differently than XP did, so I'm not qualified to do much more than guess and ask questions.

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Well, I had no problems with it (EMC9) finding my old Ensoniq sound card, but then I was running Windows 2000. You're running Vista. EMC 10 and susequently EMC 2009 has had no problems with various USB audio devices or any of the sound cards I've had.

 

Does Vista show your PC's audio board/chip okay? I've heard that Vista handles audio differently than XP did, so I'm not qualified to do much more than guess and ask questions.

In Vista it has to have Recording Enabled for Mic or Line In to work.

 

The driver is of no use, the device was not intended for Audio Only so there is nothing in the driver that will make it work…

 

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If the "LP and Tape Converter" does not recognize the "DVC90 Audio Device" and it does not recognize the systems own Audio board "Mic In", then I ask again...

 

What devices does it recognize? Has anyone been able to use any Audio Device on this program?

Are you running this on a laptop computer? I only ask because having a only a Mic In jack is typical of a laptop, as opposed to most desktop systems which also have a Line In jack.

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I had the DVC90 working in both XP and Vista and it will not work as an Audio only capture device.

It has an Audio and a Video driver for use as a video capture device.

I wasn't able to capture audio only until C2009 with the SP's.

 

In Vista you have to make sure that all the audio devices you have are enabled to work.

Go to the Control Panel,Sound and go to the Recording tab.

Right click any device you see and select Show Disabled Devices.

Now look and see if any of the missing inputs are there.

If so right click them and select Enable.

Now go back and see if Roxio shows anything new.

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Great! That was it. The device was disabled in the control panel. Once enabled, it started working and the "LP and Tape Converter" recognized it.

 

Thank you,

 

Richard..

 

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