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  1. I just purchased Roxio easy VHS to DVD for Mac. I have a new MacBook Air with the M1 chip. I just realized that the System Requirements state that a Mac computer with in Intel processor is required. Does this mean I should return this device? Also, my MacBook Air comes with two thunderbolts, no USB 2.0 (a requirement), so I purchased an adaptor. However, I just read on page 5 of the instructions that the USB device should be connected directly to your Mac, not through a USB hub. Does this mean I can't use it if I have to use an adaptor to use the USB to the thunderbolt? And lastly, assuming the first two issues can be overcome, my cable from my VCR ends in a male 10 pin plug; however the video plug on the usb adaptor is a female 4 pin. Is there an adaptor that will connect the two? I've searched but can't find one. I'm sorry for all the questions. I'm just so aggravated. I should have read the system requirements better. If this doesn't work, any suggestions on a product that will work with my laptop? Thanks!
  2. Running Windows 7 Ultimate x64 I can't seem to get my Roxio Easy VHS to DVD adapter to be recognized. Device Manager has no idea what it is and I've tried many different times to install drivers for it, but using the program just shows me either my Webcam or the guide for plugging in my connections. I used to use this ages ago on another Windows 7 x64 install...not sure what's up with it now.
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