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BarryE

No Video Signal

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I just purchased Easy VHS to DVD 3 Plus at a retailer. I have tried to install it on 2 different computers and it will not work. The program starts but always displays the message “No Video Signal.”

 

I am running a Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit desktop and laptop, both have full updates and the hardware meets and exceeds the system requirements on the package.

 

I downloaded the USB video capture driver and tried to install it but was given a message stating my system does not require the driver.

 

Tried using the compatibility wizard to run the program in Windows XP, no change.

 

Please advise!

 

The desktop system is:

 

AMD FX 8core cpu running 3.4GHz

ATI HD6870 gpu

8Gb DDR3 RAM

500Gb HDD with over 300Gb free

Blu-Ray read write/drive & an LG DVD read/write drive.

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it Absolutly will not work in compatability mode!!!!!!

 

In fact, VERY few things will :huh: That was put in Win7 so that users of high end ($) MS Products could use them, but it rarely works beyond that...

 

It is most unlikely that it isn't working after installing it on 2 seperate PCs. Although with compatibility mode, it isn't going to work :(

 

You need to uninstall that mess, reboot and without the USB Device plugged in, install the software normally.

 

ONLY then do you plug in the USB Device!

 

Give that a try and let us know ;)

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Don't know what I did wrong the first time, but re-installing did the trick!

 

Thanks for the tip.

 

Only issue I see now is a dialog box that say the program has stopped responding and wants to check online, yada yada....

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