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    Hdmi Not Displaying On Tv

    Nevermind. I turned it back on tonight, and apparently the entire problem has fixed itself. ._.
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    Hdmi Not Displaying On Tv

    Hi, I need a little bit of help again. I just went and bought an HDTV so I can actually play and record my games in HD, instead of using the yellow standard Def cable. But now I'm having an issue. I have an HDMI cable going from my 360 to my Roxio, and from my Roxio to my TV's HDMI input port. If I hook the 360 directly to the TV, it displays perfectly fine. But when I hook it up through the Roxio, the TV says No Signal. In the Roxio program, I have the input method set to HDMI, and despite the fact that it displays the video preview, (though it's broken, see below), the program also says No Signal. So I'm not entirely sure what the problem is, and any help would be greatly appreciated. Note: The attached image shows that the screen is broken in half, the bottom of the video is on top, and is only showing the left side of the screen. The top of the video is on the bottom, and I believe is also only showing the left side of the screen.
  3. I did. Uninstalled using Revo, and that didn't fix it. Noticed it was messing when it tried to install the .Net framework though, so I went to the microsoft site and made sure I had the newest version installed. Seems to have fixed it. Thanks for the help though.
  4. The file name you show in your screenshot is much different than the name of the file I have. Mine is named RoxioGameCaptureHDPROServicePack2.0.exe I downloaded it from this page http://www.roxio.com...re_updates.html
  5. Hi, all. I need a bit of help, and I'm not actually sure what information might need to be posted with it, so I'm sorry for that ahead of time. For right now, all the information I have is that I have a Roxio Game Cap HD Pro, and I tried to update the software to version 2.0. For some reason though, it doesn't actually update it. It gets to a step in the installation program that says it's uninstalling the older version, and then I get a generic "installation interrupted" message. I'm running Windows 7 64bit. Is this a common problem?