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http://youtu.be/pV594W6dbPU

 

I recorded this a few hours ago, and would appreciate a fix for this. I know Virtual Dub will work, but if I'm paying $100 for this, I would like it to work.

 

Using a Dell Studio 1537, Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit. Worked fine for about a month, until the issue int he video started.

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You cannot record with roxio while you have virtualdub running at the same time , can you post a screen shot of the roxio capture software while virtualdub is not running .

 

 

Sure can.

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I've made sure to use the correct options when recording with my PS3. I've had the software working for about a month after purchase, but not the current issue persists. I've tried the repair option many times, but to no good.

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I've made sure to use the correct options when recording with my PS3. I've had the software working for about a month after purchase, but not the current issue persists. I've tried the repair option many times, but to no good.

Have you tried updating your video card drivers .

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From your screen shots it's looks like a No Signal issue.

 

If you look in Device Manager under Sound,Game Controllers do you see 2 Roxio GameCap entries?

 

 

I don't even see one.

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Then that's the problem.No drivers and the device doesn't work.

 

What happens when you plug the device in?

Do you get a driver screen pop up?What I mean is do you see Windows trying to find a driver for it?

 

Open Device Manager with the device unplugged.Then while you're watching plug the device in.Do you see any changes happen in Device Manager.?

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Then that's the problem.No drivers and the device doesn't work.What happens when you plug the device in?Do you get a driver screen pop up?What I mean is do you see Windows trying to find a driver for it?Open Device Manager with the device unplugged.Then while you're watching plug the device in.Do you see any changes happen in Device Manager.?

 

It does not bring any sort of window up nor does it even try to search for a driver.

 

This is what you have to see when the USB Device is plugged into the PC.Correct Drivers installed..post-97-058144100 1331818381.jpg

 

So I'm guessing I need to go ahead and re-install it all?

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It does not bring any sort of window up nor does it even try to search for a driver.

 

 

 

So I'm guessing I need to go ahead and re-install it all?

 

 

Remove the Roxio USB Device and reboot the PC (no usb device plugged in).

 

When the PC is rebooted put your installation disc in a drive like your going to install it (no USB Device plugged in). The repair option should show, click it and when it finishes remove the disc and reboot the PC.

 

When the PC is up and running open device manager and plug in the Roxio USB Device, the two entries should show

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Remove the Roxio USB Device and reboot the PC (no usb device plugged in).

 

When the PC is rebooted put your installation disc in a drive like your going to install it (no USB Device plugged in). The repair option should show, click it and when it finishes remove the disc and reboot the PC.

 

When the PC is up and running open device manager and plug in the Roxio USB Device, the two entries should show

 

Alright, got them both on there now and still getting the "No Signal" message, however I am now getting an image on the capture software.

 

Second Edit: Stopping the software from recording is an option again.

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