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  1. StevenCharles

    Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library Error

    Hi, I have noticed that just the past two days, after I updated my computer and the software, my Roxio Capture HD Pro will only capture until 50 minutes and then I am hit with this message: Runtime Error! Program: ... Game Capture HD PRO\Media Import\MediaCaptureGame1X.exe This application requested the Runtime to terminate it in an unusual way. Please contact the application's support team for more information. This message will show up after the capture. I was trying to look for the same problems on the forums, but only found it when it was trying to go from the main screen to the capture. After the message shows up I get the message that Roxio Media has stopped working and I have to close the program. I have tried bcdedit in the command. I have (I believe) installed everything back up to date. My computer and the software. I was just wondering if there were any different ideas out there. Thank you for you time and support. Computer specs are as follows: Processor: AMd FX™- 4130 Quad-Core Processor 3.80 GHz Installed Memory (RAM): 8.00 GB System type: 64-bit Operating System Windows 7
  2. Hey everyone, I've properly installed the software of my Roxio Game Capture HD Pro and the installation went fine. But afterwards when starting the program and hitting the "capture" button I got a little pop error thingy that said: "Microsoft Visual Runtime Error C++ Library This application has requested the Runtime to terminate it in an unusual way." And then nothing really. I tried a few things but I just don't know what to do anymore... anyway, here are my PC specs: genuine Intel CPU 1.66 GHz 300gb RAM Windows Vista Home Basic 32-bit
  3. SameX

    Runtime Error!

    So I just installed Roxio Game Capture HD Pro software and everything seems to be working except when I stop capturing the gameplay the software prompts an runtime error. The captured video is saved even though the software must be restarted if I want to keep capturing gameplays. My specs: Windows 7 64-bit Intel Core i7 950 @ 3.07Ghz Ati Radeon HD 5700 series (resolution 1920x1080) 8 GB DDR3 RAM I have tried to install and reinstall the software couple of times without antivirus. I have downloaded and installed newest version of roxio game capture hd. I have tried all recording options. I have Installed newest version of directX and everything but nothing seems to be working. Okay new info. It seems like the "Recent Captures" section is the problem here. Because every time there is one recorded video file in that section it gives me the runtime error. If I click any of the buttons in that section it prompts the error but if I can succeed to remove the video from that section the program doesn't give me any errors even when I capture and stop capturing Xbox. But after one captured session there is always the "newest" captured video and it starts giving me the error again... So any ideas what to do next? DxDiag.txt
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