Posted 16 July 2012 - 04:59 AM
Sorry about the wrong link in my first reply. The correct one is here (link)
Look in Windows Device Manager. Do you see the capture device listed twice? Did you have the device installed on your computer BEFORE installing the software? If so, Windows installed generic USB drivers. They won't work.
Go to Windows Device Manager. With the device plugged in uninstall the device drivers (right clcik). If you can't tell which entries belong to the device, remove it and see which ones disappear. Plug it back in. and then uninstall the drivers.
Remove the device, reboot and reinstall/repair the software from the disc. Once that is done, reboot again and then when the computer is fully started, plug in the device. Open the program and see if you can see the capture.
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