Installed V2D/3Plus on a Win 7 Platform, Application install looked good.
connected recorder to PC via USB Port, got the dreaded "No Video". Checked connectivity all correct and plugs tight. Checked D/Manager only a single Roxio driver, not the expected two!
Uninstall - reinstall again looked good checked connectivity all good to go. Once again "No Video" checked D/Manager - No Roxio drivers at all this time, did a 'repair install no change - no drivers and no video.
Does this product actually work? despite having three Win 8 compatible logos on the box AND Roxio's own compatibility list states Windows 8 IS compatible
However, forum suggest it does NOT work on Win 8.
Hardware set up.
Sony AIO running Win 8 pro x86.
VHS player, *ION VCR2PC (Player only not equipped to record).
Immediately prior to installing V2D/3+, I had successfully captured five Cassettes using the VCR2PC and *IONs software suite, therefore I minded to rule the player out of the equation.
I note some suggested solution on the forum is to donate more money to Roxio and buy another of their products to make V2D/3+ work. Why!! When my car won't work do I need to buy another car to make it work!
Before I commit this bag of worms to the ripped off grave, I would like to give it one last try. And install it on a Win 7 platform, question is - can I use the same single user activation key on the Win 7 installation as previously used with the Win 8 installation,
Plan would be, uninstall V2D/3+ from Win 8 and then install oV2D/3+ on Win 7 therefore only one machine using the licence at the time??
I'm losing the will to live with this application . Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
Apologies for the length of this post but experts tend to ask for as much info as possible.