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I Just Purchased Easy Vhs To Dvd 3 Plus - Split From - No Video Signal


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I just purchased Easy VHS to DVD 3 Plus at a retailer. The program starts but always displays the message “No Video Signal.”

 

I am running a Windows 7 Prof. 64bit desktop and laptop, both have full updates and the hardware meets and exceeds the system requirements on the package.

 

I downloaded the USB video capture driver and tried to install it but was given a message stating my system does not require the driver.

 

I know the cable are toock up correctly and the VCR plays good on a TV. I need help. I called iyogi help line. they couldn't get the progam to respond.

Please help.....................><>

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I just purchased Easy VHS to DVD 3 Plus at a retailer. The program starts but always displays the message “No Video Signal.”

 

I am running a Windows 7 Prof. 64bit desktop and laptop, both have full updates and the hardware meets and exceeds the system requirements on the package.

 

I downloaded the USB video capture driver and tried to install it but was given a message stating my system does not require the driver.

 

I know the cable are toock up correctly and the VCR plays good on a TV. I need help. I called iyogi help line. they couldn't get the progam to respond.

Please help.....................><>

 

You bought a Retail Boxed Version, it came with installation instructions didn't it?

 

Did you follow them?

 

In as much detail as you can muster explain step by step how you installed it?

 

Why and where (provide a link) did you download "USB video capture driver" and tried to install it?

 

With your Easy VHS to DVD 3 Plus open and your USB Capture Device plugged in look in Device Manager and do you show these two drivers under sound video and game controllers?

 

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Thanks Guru for your reply, it came with installation instructions and I did follow it? I best I could.

I looked in Device Manager and it do show these two drivers under sound video and game controllers?

I have not check all the 17 on your list but I will. I have check all the hook up many times they are OK. still no video

 

Bill....<><

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Thanks Guru for your reply, it came with installation instructions and I did follow it? I best I could.

I looked in Device Manager and it do show these two drivers under sound video and game controllers?

I have not check all the 17 on your list but I will. I have check all the hook up many times they are OK. still no video

 

Bill....<><

 

Bill, Look carefully at the device drivers listed above to make sure they are exactly the same . Just a quick question did you plug in the device BEFORE installing the program? Windows will sometimes install the wrong drivers and the device won't work properly. You need to uninstall the current drivers and then re-install the program and then the correct drivers will be available.

 

That is perhaps the only way that Windows tells you you don't need drivers but the program doesn't work.

 

Download the free "Jing" program and take a screen shot of that section of the device manager. Perhaps we can see something that is not quite right. Once you have the screen shot, just use the 'More Reply Option " and then use "Attach Files" to post it here.

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Your cables are connected correctly?

 

Right click each driver click properties and compare my screen shots. Bottom shot is the driver details from each properties.

 

VCR is on and running?

 

Your using Record, Import, Edit?

 

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Hi Guru, I am still trying. I hope you can see the screen shot I have attached. I could not get my screen shots to post.

My driver details are the same as your screen shot. Cables are took up as per inst. VCR is playing. I still have no video or sound.

Anything I can do at this point.

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I don't know? but, I try them all.

 

Open Device manager. If you don't know how Google it for your operating system.

 

Under Universal Serial Bus Controllers, look for the word Enhanced it means USB 2.0.

 

Do you show that?

 

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Do you meet or exceed these minimum system requirements?

 

Minimum System Requirements:

  • Microsoft® Windows 7 Home Premium, Windows Vista® Home Basic (SP1), Windows® XP (SP3 for 32-bit, SP2 for 64-bit)
  • Processor and RAM, 1.6 GHz processor and 512 MB RAM or more, or the minimum system requirements of the OS, whichever is higher.
  • DirectX 9 compatible graphics card or higher, sound card, DVD-ROM drive
  • 2 GB free hard drive space for installation
  • Windows Media Player 10, 11 or 12
  • DVD Writer for DVD
  • Internet Explorer® 7, 8 or 9
  • One available USB 2.0 port
  • Minimum screen resolution 1024x768

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Yes all cables are hook up this same. the play button is push for play. I can buy a s-video cable and try that. would that be better.

 

The s-video can only be used in DVD mode

 

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This has to be in VCR mode (is it)

 

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There is a reason one is red and the other two are blue!

 

You need to free up space on your C Drive. It's not your No Video or Audio problem but you need more space just to defrag your hard drive.

 

I would uninstall Easy VHS to DVD 3 Plus and free up a considerable amount of space on your C Drive like 10/15GB put it on a off drive..

 

Reinstall Easy VHS to DVD 3 Plus following these guidelines.>>

 

After 'Preparing your computer for installing Roxio products' here. Things I do before installation, in this order. Disable W-7/Vista User Account Control (UAC), clean all cache, cookies, private data, clear history, delete the temp file contents (start run %temp%), run disc cleanup, empty the recycle bin, run disc defragmenter on the operating system C / installation drive/not needed if it's a SSD Drive.

 

. Reboot the PC, close all unnecessary running programs, disconnect from the internet and turn off / stop antivirus and firewall software. Now I'm ready to install the software.

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