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I installed VHS to DVD 3 Plus on an ASUS Q200E laptop running Windows 10. I get No Video Signal. This is the initial install. It is the latest version of the software and the current Video Capture device, model HU3180E. I updated the software after installation. Other things I have done to resolve the problem: There were previous versions of Roxio software on the computer. I uninstalled all other Roxio software and any other video or audio capture software. I uninstalled any previous video capture device drivers. In the Device Manager screen, all Roxio devices are working properly and have the latest drivers. I have a video signal. The output of the VCR is split between the TV and the laptop so that I can monitor the signal on the TV as well as the laptop. The device is working properly. I have a Dell desktop with Roxio Creator NXT 3. The device works with the video capture app. Unfortunately, my TV and VCR are in another room, so I need the video capture capability on the laptop which I set up next to the VCR. Everything else seems to be working properly except that I get a No Video Signal message in VHS to DVD running on the laptop.
I am not able to capture audio or video using Creator Pro 4 through my Video Capture USB (UB3 15-E). I am using Windows 7 Professional with 64-bit. Can anyone help me figure this out? Thanks!
Hi everyone! Not sure if I'm posting in the right forum so please direct me somewhere else if I need to. Years ago I purchased Roxio software and hardware that would allow me to save some old VHS tapes to disk. I had thought I lost the USB device and I can't recall which version of the software that I purchased but the hardware looks exactly like this. My question is what software can I purchase that is compatible to this. I am running Windows 8. Your help is greatly appreciated.