It wont even allow me to format, and when i restart the laptop and keep hitting F11 for system recovery to pop up it shows at the bottom left. System Recovery F11. It just decides to load windows normally.
Even if I hit ESC, and get the list of options before a restart hitting the system recover button F11, just loads the laptop regular.
Alright I had a backup idea, I was lucky and when i was given the laptop it had the windows 7 install disc in it.
I decided to reinstall windows to pretty much get the laptop to force me to let it restart as if i had just opened it up for the first time.
I am going to let windows install all the important updates than the first thing I am going to do is correctly install the Roxio.
Install Disc -> Restart -> Install disc Repair -> Restart -> Plug into USB?
(Checking for updates on both install/repair)
While that laptop is getting and installing all the windows updates
I hooked the roxio up to this older laptop and the device works fine.
Update: I did all that, the device is, where it should be on the list, then there was an unknown device windows said it was ENE receiver and sent me where to get that driver installed. I did that, it says it cant run (code 10), not sure what that's about.
The capture card and program are working I can see video clear i can go into options and things without it crashing
I can record/stream I am back at where I started with the stream pausing every 3 seconds.
(As for saying it would be my internet because it is the stream function. I have 25 Download 5 Upload, 720p uses only 1500 and 480p only uses about 1100. I get those very frequent pauses no matter what quality I try and stream at from 240-360-480-720 it does not matter)
Under Sound,Video, and game controllers
the Roxio GameCAP HD PRO shows up there and there is no transcoder in the other area.
If I go to hardware and sounds -> Device and printers.,
Devices -> Mouse -> wireless transceiver for the mouse -> picture of the laptop.
Printers and faxes
Fax -> Microsoft XPS
Transcoder (Right click properties Name: Roxio GameCAP HD PRO. Device Status: Working properly)
I just feel like this is some weird windows 7 thing happening. I tried running the program in different compatibility modes that just turned up the same results, I have it set to run as admin, I was manually running it as admin.