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I have 4 video players non of which have svid or audeo conections, I have conected the TV via scart and then the roxio into the TV as it has the three required ports but still get no video signal. can you help.

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I have 4 video players non of which have svid or audeo conections, I have conected the TV via scart and then the roxio into the TV as it has the three required ports but still get no video signal. can you help.

 

Have a read through these....

 

Your search for the term scart adapter returned 85 results,

 

http://forums.support.roxio.com/index.php?app=core&module=search&section=search&do=search&fromsearch=1

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I have 4 video players non of which have svid or audeo conections, I have conected the TV via scart and then the roxio into the TV as it has the three required ports but still get no video signal. can you help.

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I have looked through string of responces and they say to check the device manager for Roxio video capture usb and USB 2861 device, the USB 2861 device is not showing, I have tried plugging into all of the USB ports at the back of my PC but noting changes when I reboot, any advice would be appreciated. GKB

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I have looked through string of responces and they say to check the device manager for Roxio video capture usb and USB 2861 device, the USB 2861 device is not showing, I have tried plugging into all of the USB ports at the back of my PC but noting changes when I reboot, any advice would be appreciated. GKB

 

In device manager with the Roxio USB Device plugged into a USB Port do you show a listing under other devices?

 

A screen shot of the above might help.

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I have attached a file with a screen shot in but there is no heading Other devices. GKB

 

 

Always save your screen shots as a .jpg not a word doc!

 

Go here and tell us what version your running of Easy VHS to DVD?

 

http://forums.support.roxio.com/topic/64988-what-version-do-i-have/

 

With Device manager open and the Roxio USB Device plugged in and you unplug the Roxio USB Device do the two entries the red arrows point at in the bottom pic disappear?

 

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Edited by cdanteek

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Always save your screen shots as a .jpg not a word doc!

 

Go here and tell us what version your running of Easy VHS to DVD?

 

http://forums.support.roxio.com/topic/64988-what-version-do-i-have/

 

With Device manager open and the Roxio USB Device plugged in and you unplug the Roxio USB Device do the two entries the red arrows point at in the bottom pic disappear?

 

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Hi

Yes the two entries do disappear.

The Version I have is:

Build:201B23A, VHS

ROXIO EASY TO DVD (Build 201B23A ENU)

GKB

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Yes the two entries do disappear.

The Version I have is:

Build:201B23A, VHS

ROXIO EASY TO DVD (Build 201B23A ENU)

GKB

 

 

With the USB Device plugged in, open device manager, right click one entry, then click uninstall, then do the same for the other.

 

Now remove the USB Device and reboot the PC (no usb device plugged in).

 

When the PC is rebooted put your installation disc in a drive like your going to install it (no USB Device plugged in). The repair option should show, click it and when it finishes remove the disc and reboot the PC.

 

When the PC is up and running open device manager and plugin the Roxio USB Device, do these two entries show in the bottom pic?

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I have 4 video players non of which have svid or audeo conections, I have conected the TV via scart and then the roxio into the TV as it has the three required ports but still get no video signal. can you help.

A TV with OUTPUT is pretty rare.... :huh:

 

There are a few but as I said, RARE!

 

Please make sure the RCA Composite plugs on that TV are actually for OUTPUT ;)

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With the USB Device plugged in, open device manager, right click one entry, then click uninstall, then do the same for the other.

 

Now remove the USB Device and reboot the PC (no usb device plugged in).

 

When the PC is rebooted put your installation disc in a drive like your going to install it (no USB Device plugged in). The repair option should show, click it and when it finishes remove the disc and reboot the PC.

 

When the PC is up and running open device manager and plugin the Roxio USB Device, do these two entries show in the bottom pic?

Hi Cdanteek

Tried this and when I connected the usb a yellow exclamation mark light up and it showed USB 2861 Device then flashed back (disapeared) and it now shows Roxio Video capture & USB Audeo device as before.

 

Hi Jim

I have 2 new flat screen TV's plus a fairly new plasma and they all have svid and audio connections on them, is there any way of checking if they are output or only input? as previously said I have 4 VHS players and non have these connections.

 

GKB

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Hi Cdanteek

Tried this and when I connected the usb a yellow exclamation mark light up and it showed USB 2861 Device then flashed back (disapeared) and it now shows Roxio Video capture & USB Audeo device as before.

 

Hi Jim

I have 2 new flat screen TV's plus a fairly new plasma and they all have svid and audio connections on them, is there any way of checking if they are output or only input? as previously said I have 4 VHS players and non have these connections.

 

GKB

 

Are you sure you removed the USB device after deleting those two entries from Device Manager and rebooted the PC?

 

And never plugged the USB Device back in until you ran repair and rebooted the PC?

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Hi Cdanteek

Tried this and when I connected the usb a yellow exclamation mark light up and it showed USB 2861 Device then flashed back (disapeared) and it now shows Roxio Video capture & USB Audeo device as before.

 

Hi Jim

I have 2 new flat screen TV's plus a fairly new plasma and they all have svid and audio connections on them, is there any way of checking if they are output or only input? as previously said I have 4 VHS players and non have these connections.

 

GKB

 

To find out which type of jacks are in or out check the user manual for the TV's, if you dont have the manuals do a search on the internet for them.

 

Your VCR players probably have Scart jacks so you will need a cable like this http://www.cables-le...ca-cable-1-5m/.

 

Then you just connect the VCR into the Roxio device then plug the USB into your computer and forget about the TV involvement.

 

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As far as TV's, the Manual as ogdens suggested and/or a real close look...

 

Both of my TV's have No Output:

 

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But it can be a little hard to pick out ;)

 

They do have Audio Out (for a sound system) but no Video!

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As far as TV's, the Manual as ogdens suggested and/or a real close look...

 

Both of my TV's have No Output:

 

post-39730-075131100 1329425820.jpg

 

post-39730-061024800 1329425818.jpg

But it can be a little hard to pick out ;)

 

They do have Audio Out (for a sound system) but no Video!

 

Thanks both, I will buy a cable and try that.

GKB

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