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Video Capture Usb Not Recognized


SwissRick
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Need some help please. My english is not very well, but try to explain: Dell Dimension 5150,XP Pro SP3, Intel Pentium 4 CPU, 3.00GHz, 3GB RAM, Radeon X600 256MB HyperMemory, WinOnCD10 Media Suite. When I plug in the brand new roxio video capture usb it fails with: usb device not recognized... What to do? I have no idea, tried million things and finally I'm really upset. Who could help. Thanks from Switzerland

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If memory serves me correctly your WinOnCD 10 is equal to EMC 10 and not related to Creator 2010 at all??? If you had WinOnCD 2010, then this would be the place.

 

Not a problem though ;)

 

Open Device Manager, and insert the Device.

 

The Drivers are properly installed ONLY if these 2 entries are as shown:

 

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If not, delete anything that is showing the 2861 device and remove the device.

 

Download and run these driver updates: HERE

 

Restart your PC and insert the Device – DO NOT allow XP to install any Drivers!!!

 

Try it with your WinOnCD.

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Thank you for your advices. I tried and tried again as you described (and also used roxio's uninstalling procedure), there was never appearing anything in the device manager under sound, video and game controller after clean reinstalling! No idea why. I'm on the way to shredder that installation cd and winoncd as well!!!

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The lonely and only "USB Device not recognized One of the USB devices attached to the computer has malfunctionated, and Windows does not recognize it. For assistance in solving this problem, click this message." when plugging sucks.

 

I think we understood you up to this last post. It doesn't make much sense.

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