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Roxio Gaming Capture (Not Responding)

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I'm having this same problem. Any help?

 

Donny, If you don't have the exact same computer, you do not have the same problem. You have the same symptom (look it up).

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Hey,

Everytime i open Roxio Gaming Capture and click capture the program does not respond

please help and here is an attachment of my system information

 

http://i1247.photobu...ic/snapshot.jpg

 

Are you getting any error messages. Has it ever worked? Double check that all your connections are correct and that you are not using any connections where you jury-rigged the connections.

 

Thanks for posting your computer specs, we can rule out that your computer is not good enough.

 

Have you tried to reinstall the software? Did you follow the instructions exactly?

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Are you getting any error messages. Has it ever worked? Double check that all your connections are correct and that you are not using any connections where you jury-rigged the connections.

 

Thanks for posting your computer specs, we can rule out that your computer is not good enough.

 

Have you tried to reinstall the software? Did you follow the instructions exactly?

 

 

AzrexILic CPU is a Intel Pentium Dual Core at 800MHz and 1MB of L2 Cache.

 

Below the Intel Core 2 Duo CPU listed under minimum system requirements for Roxio Gaming Capture.

 

http://www.notebookcheck.net/Intel-Pentium-Dual-Core-T4500-Notebook-Processor.25727.0.html

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AzrexILic CPU is a Intel Pentium Dual Core at 800MHz and 1MB of L2 Cache.

 

Below the Intel Core 2 Duo CPU listed under minimum system requirements for Roxio Gaming Capture.

 

http://www.notebookc...or.25727.0.html

 

I see a Pentium T4500 at 2.3 in the Speccy image. Not a 800 MHZ. (You are looking at the front side bus) . The T4500 at 2.3 is above the minimum specs. Look here

 

Benchmark (if you can believe that) is 1756. The Core 2 Dual at 1.8 MHZ is listed at 1107. .

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To the OP, As you see there is a disagreement as to the program running on your computer. You are right in that spot where it should at least load but you may not be able to use it because it might not be able to keep up with the capture and storing part of the program. If you do get it to open, the encoding will be pretty slow so that it may not be practical to run.

 

Don't you hate that there are so many chips and naming schemes.

 

Are you able to open the program at all? Are you getting any windows that give you what the error is?

 

Did you follow the instructions for installing the program. If you have a supported video file on your computer (mpg or DVD-AVI) can you put that onto the timeline in the editor? Does that work?

 

Use Revo Uninstaller (Free) in the Moderate Mode (only) to remove all parts of the program. Agree to let that program delete the registry and folder entries. Update your computer using these instructions. Keep your anti-virus off and then reinstall according to the instructions - no shortcuts. Read these instructions and follow them carefully.

Let us know how far you get and if it does run. You will answer a big question for several of us.

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I am also getting the same issue. It worked once for about 3 minutes with my WII U but when I came back to my comp screen it had crashed and gave the (Not Responding) message. It hasn't worked sense and continues to give the same error. I've uninstalled and re-installed twice now following the previous instructions listed above but still nothing works.

 

System Specs:

Processor: Intel® Core i7-3820 CPU @ 3.60GHz 3.60 GHz

Installed memory (RAM): 8.00 GB

System Type: 64-bit Operating System

Video Card: NVIDIA GeForce GTX690

Sound Card: Sound Blaster X-Fi Xtreme Audio

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My roxio is doing the same thing. I had a friend check on my PC and as far as we can see everything should be working. The only thing I can think is causing this is my graphics card. Any thoughts?

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How about giving us your System Specs like user mihyel did in post #8.

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My roxio is doing the same thing. I had a friend check on my PC and as far as we can see everything should be working. The only thing I can think is causing this is my graphics card. Any thoughts?

 

Also "...same thing" is really pretty vague. Please describe, in detail, what you are seeing -_-

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