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An Process Jam In Windows 7

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In the past nine months after using 2012 Pro in Windows 7, I've had an unfortunate and unmerciful jam from the video capture the processes area in the task manager that refuses to delete. In other words, if you were to go to task manager and delete a process from running like you normally after it jams, it doesn't go away, yet the program shuts off and exits. It seems as though this only does that when the updated LCD driver for the monitor switches and interferes with the video capture of it. The video screen window goes black and you don't see what is coming from the TV tuner. I am currently using a haupaugge 950Q USB. This also does it when the window is minimized for certain length of time. Is it a video driver problem either that is it a USB problem with it? If I want to delete the process I literally have to reboot the computer otherwise it won't forcefully delete it. I can't even do a end process tree to delete it.

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In the past nine months after using 2012 Pro in Windows 7, I've had an unfortunate and unmerciful jam from the video capture in the processes area in the task manager that refuses to delete. In other words, if you were to go to task manager and delete a process from running like you normally after it jams, it doesn't go away, yet the program shuts off and exits. It seems as though this only does that when the updated LCD driver for the monitor switches and interferes with the video capture of it. The video screen window goes black and you don't see what is coming from the TV tuner. I am currently using a haupaugge 950Q USB. This also does it when the window is minimized for certain length of time. Is it a video driver problem either that is it a USB problem with it? If I want to delete the process I literally have to reboot the computer otherwise it won't forcefully delete it. I can't even do a end process tree to delete it.

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I don't know about all Haupaugge Cards, but I know the one I have is not compatible with Roxio!

Did yours work before?

Video Drivers can cause issues but I would try a proper repair before suggesting your roll back your video driver..

First thing to do is to turn off your Anti Virus, Firewalls, Registry Cleaners, etc.

Unplug your RGC Device and put it aside until you are completely finished.

Now insert your Roxio Disc.

Be sure you accept the offer to Check for Updates (this is for Roxio, not Windows)

When you reach the screen where Repair is offered, choose that!

When the Repair completes, turn your AV & Firewall back on and reboot.

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