You didn't mention having the Console connected.You have done that correct?
It should be HDMi from console to in side of device and HDMI out to monitor.Then you have to also have the USB going to your PC.
Like Jim mentioned you'll have to flip back and forth on the inputs to be able to see one or the other.
Since what the software is displaying is the signal from your device it shouldn't have anything to do with the input on your monitor.If you see the software then you're on the right input for your PC.
You'd need to change to another input to see the console.
I can get no signal if the device is not connected to my PC or the console is turned off.
I'm taking it that both of those are correct.
Did the light come on on the device?
Try plugging it into a different USB port on your computer,preferably one on the back.
Try using a different USB cable to the computer.
Do you see a picture from the console if you switch inputs?
If not check your connections and then try a different HDMI cable.
One more thing,did you install the software before plugging in the device?
This is the way it should have been done.
Try these and see what happens.
Edited by tbrewst, 09 October 2012 - 04:49 AM.
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