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Capture V2D No Sound No Video


norman95

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When I reboot the system after the installation the system tells me it has found newe hardware. However it cannot find tha driver. Now when I check the status of the driver using add and remove function it tells me the device is working properly. When I launch the application V2D the program is flashing no video signal I also have no audio I have uninstalled and installed V2D several times with no improvement. I also cannot capture in creator 2011 "No devices"

 

The folling is my system configuration:

 

Custom Built ASUS/AMD Computer

 

AMD Phenom II x4 965 Black Deneb AM3 Slot

ASUS M4A79XTD-EVO M.B. Socket AM3

X86-Based

BIOS American Megatrends Inc ver. 2.5

Total Memory 4.096MB

NVIDIA GeForce 6150SE nForce 430

Maxtor 6Y160P0 1TB Primary

Western Digital Black 1TB Slave Drive

Realtek RTL8039 (AS) PCI Ethernet Adapter

LITE-ON DVDRW LH-20A1L CDROM

CoolMaster CM-690 II (Basic) ATX Case

ATX 12V 80+ Power Supply

Microsoft Win XP Home Edition SP3

Roxio C2011 Pro

Roxio PhotoShow 6

Roxio VHS2DVD (Win XP ver.)

Sharp VHS Audio/Video output.

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If you have Creator 2011 you have no need to even install the V2D software...

 

Try using the Capture Video from the 2011 Suite to see what happens.

 

Thankimg you for your quick response I tried using Capture Video and

When I use Capture Video I get the following information:

 

Status: No Signal

Input: Composite Video

_______________________

 

Time Elapsed: 00:00:00

File Size Created: 0.0MB

Record Time Left 02:06:27

Space Left On Drive: 26.9GB

 

 

It looks like the driver for the 2861 is not being loaded. Can you tell me where it's location is on the drive. I also downloaded the driver from the ROXIO web site and still get the same problem.

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IF you allowed XP to install it's drivers, like it offers to, it will never work!!!

 

Plug in the device and go into Device Manager. Delete any entry for the device:

 

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Remove the device and reboot.

 

Then follow the Prep Steps and start an install of Creator 2011. It will offer a Repair option. Do that.

 

Reboot, plug in the device and look in Device Manager. You should 2 entries:

 

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If so, give it a try with Capture. Just to be sure, you are not using a SCART adapter in the mix, right?

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I am most grateful for all of your advice and assistance on this problem. After a couple of reboots I finally have the USB2861 capture device working. I will unfortunatly have other questions as I venture into the whole Video experience but with experts like yourself it sure will

be a lot less painful.

 

Once again thanking you for your assistance

 

Norm

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IF you allowed XP to install it's drivers, like it offers to, it will never work!!!

 

Plug in the device and go into Device Manager. Delete any entry for the device:

 

post-39730-056347500 1294092885.jpg

 

Remove the device and reboot.

 

Then follow the Prep Steps and start an install of Creator 2011. It will offer a Repair option. Do that.

 

Reboot, plug in the device and look in Device Manager. You should 2 entries:

 

post-39730-076720500 1294092886.jpg

 

If so, give it a try with Capture. Just to be sure, you are not using a SCART adapter in the mix, right?

 

 

Thanks for your assistance.

 

I now have the audio/Video entries. However, when I use the capture function of 2011 pro I

receive the following screen with no devices. See attachment...

Any suggestions?

I really appreciate your time in helping me resolve this issue.

Norm

post-90897-049765300 1294148172.jpg

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Open your Device Manager and expand Sound Video and Game Controllers.

 

Plug in the Roxio USB device.

 

If the 2 entries are not present, the USB Port is not working properly or the Drivers are not installed from the software!

 

One other trick that XP users can use is to open Windows Movie Maker and see if it will capture from the device! Won't work in Vista or Win7 because MS took it away :(

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