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I have turntable set up and hear the music from the record. When I follow the directions, it says select LINE but on the left of that is Conexant AMC capture, not Roxio Video Capture USB. Despite this, I tried to record and I get no audio recorded, any suggestions. Windows XP SP3 HP laptop. Thanks in advance. The left and right volume indicators are not moving so I dont know what is the problem.

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I have turntable set up and hear the music from the record. When I follow the directions, it says select LINE but on the left of that is Conexant AMC capture, not Roxio Video Capture USB. Despite this, I tried to record and I get no audio recorded, any suggestions. Windows XP SP3 HP laptop. Thanks in advance. The left and right volume indicators are not moving so I dont know what is the problem.

 

 

How is the turntable hooked to the Easy VHS to DVD 3 Plus USB Device?

 

Open Device Manager, expand Sound Video and Game Controllers watch as you Plugin and unplug the Easy VHS to DVD 3 Plus USB Device. What drivers does it show in Sound Video and Game Controllers when the USB Device is plugged in?

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A couple of things come to mind...

 

Unless the turntable has an amplifier, your volume will be Very Low!

 

You MUST select the Roxio Device:

 

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One other thought would be to confirm your drivers installed properly :o

 

In Device Manager under Sound Video & Game Controllers you must have 2 entries!

 

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Let us know if that helps ;)

 

(sorry about the late post, I got tied up and didn't refresh ;) )

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How is the turntable hooked to the Easy VHS to DVD 3 Plus USB Device?

 

Open Device Manager, expand Sound Video and Game Controllers watch as you Plugin and unplug the Easy VHS to DVD 3 Plus USB Device. What drivers does it show in Sound Video and Game Controllers when the USB Device is plugged in?

 

The drivers are Roxio Video capture USB and USB Device.

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A couple of things come to mind...

 

Unless the turntable has an amplifier, your volume will be Very Low!

 

You MUST select the Roxio Device:

 

post-39730-003578500 1329666304.jpg

One other thought would be to confirm your drivers installed properly :o

 

In Device Manager under Sound Video & Game Controllers you must have 2 entries!

 

post-39730-009884300 1329666306.jpg

Let us know if that helps ;)

 

(sorry about the late post, I got tied up and didn't refresh ;) )

 

 

 

 

Yes both of those are listed, but USB 2861 is not in the selection, only coxenent.

 

Edited to get post out of the quote.

Edited by grandpabruce

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Conexant AMC is the only choice when I hit record, nothing else is there. I went to Device manager and disable the Conexent and tried again, and there was no selection.

 

If I remove and replace the Roxio device, both Roxio and UBS will show up.

 

This is perplexing, thanks for all the help.

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Conexant AMC is the only choice when I hit record, nothing else is there. I went to Device manager and disable the Conexent and tried again, and there was no selection.

 

If I remove and replace the Roxio device, both Roxio and UBS will show up.

This is perplexing, thanks for all the help.

Not following that???

 

It will 'show up' WHERE?

 

I have been playing with this some more but I can't reproduce your no Audio condition :huh:

 

I would sugest that you insert the USB Device before starting the up the program and make sure BOTH entries show up in Device Manager under Sound before starting the program.

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I thought that was kind of creative Steve... :lol:

 

I was digging through XP a little more and there is another place I think you should check.

 

Control Panel - Sound and Audio Devices - Audio tab - Sound Recording:

 

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Does the USB 2861 Device make the list there? (the device MUST be plugged in before you look ;) )

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