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Hi guys, I just tried getting this VHS to DVD 3 to work on 2 of my computers running Windows 10 and get No Video Signal... I have tried everything I can think of with no results. It was tested on a TV to make sure the signal path is correct. The drivers are installed and do show in the device manager. Pleas Help !

 

Thanks, Rick.

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The drivers are installed and do show in the device manager.

Show us a screenshot of device manager with sound video and game controllers expanded.

All so other devices if showing.

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That is the way it is supposed to work.

What do you have the capture inputs ( black, red, yellow) connected to?

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Yes, I understand that what source are you connected to that you aren't getting a video signal?

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On the VCR your connected to output?

Open the software first then start the VCR.

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Yes output, as stated previously was tested on a TV to make sure signal path was correct. I have also tried that method with same results.

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Do you have a webcam or other video device installed and running?

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Did you install the software with full administrator privileges?

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2 hours ago, Rick Smith said:

I don't know, Is there a way to tell ? I just did an install like I would anything else.

To what account?

Does it have full admin privileges?

'Control Panel\All Control Panel Items\User Accounts'

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My situation is similar to this.

I have reinstalled the software several times without success

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Just now, Syca said:

My situation is similar to this.

I have reinstalled the software several times without success

See my config in attatchment

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4 minutes ago, Syca said:

My situation is similar to this.

I have reinstalled the software several times without success

All time, I did install with an Administrator account

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My RCA wires are correctly connected to the OUTPUT connectors behind the VCR.  

And also I respected the yellow (video) and white-red connection for the audio

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On 7/21/2019 at 3:13 PM, Rick Smith said:
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Hi guys, I just tried getting this VHS to DVD 3 to work on 2 of my computers running Windows 10 and get No Video Signal... I have tried everything I can think of with no results. It was tested on a TV to make sure the signal path is correct. The drivers are installed and do show in the device manager. Pleas Help !

 

Thanks, Rick.

 

I would like to share what the "No video signal" solution was in my case. In the image below the telemetry settings shown did make Vhs2Dvd work.

Initially them 3 settings under the label "Security" was in red(disabled).

Hope this could be of help for someone.

 

Roxio.jpg

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So it's a Windows 10 OS setting that wouldn't allow Roxio VHS to DVD to work?

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15 minutes ago, cdanteek said:

So it's a Windows 10 OS setting that wouldn't allow Roxio VHS to DVD to work?

It seems like so, but I don't think it is a Windows setting by default, but rather a result of using an optimizer tool or a tool to strenghten the security in Windows.

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