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I've Set my HD pro up just as the instructions said using component cables and Every time I go to capture It always has "No signal" in red. I've Checked the wires for being loose and everything is connected, My Tv is on and working perfectly fine at 720p.

I have Noticed on the card itself that neither one of the HDMI and YPbPr lights are on, Probably another indication to it not being able to get a signal?

 

I've added an image of what is going on in the settings area of the capture window.

 

Any help will be greatly appreciated.

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If the actual roxio device's lights are not on I recommend installing the drivers. I did this by inputting the installation disk, then went devices & printer setting, updated roxio driver using the c drive path to the roxio folder. Ill do a tut on my youtube channel: exos gunnaz

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I've Set my HD pro up just as the instructions said using component cables and Every time I go to capture It always has "No signal" in red. I've Checked the wires for being loose and everything is connected, My Tv is on and working perfectly fine at 720p.

I have Noticed on the card itself that neither one of the HDMI and YPbPr lights are on, Probably another indication to it not being able to get a signal?

 

I've added an image of what is going on in the settings area of the capture window.

 

Any help will be greatly appreciated.

 

 

Troubleshooting:

 

 

Why does the status show as “No Signal” in the Capture application?

It means Roxio Game Capture HD PRO device can’t detect video signal from the console you connect to. There are a couple of possibilities:

  1. The console is not power on
     
  2. Cable connection is not setup properly according to the Getting Started Guide
     
  3. Video source is not supported. For example, if you are connection to a PS3, HDMI signal can’t be detected by Roxio Game Capture HD PRO device due to HDCP (protected video) by Sony. We suggest you to switch to Component (A/V) cable to connect between PS3 and Roxio Game Capture HD PRO. Please follow the instructions of PS3 setup on Getting Started Guide.
     
  4. The capture device or cable could be damaged

http://corel.force.c...ure-HD-PRO-FAQs

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Troubleshooting:

 

 

Why does the status show as “No Signal” in the Capture application?

It means Roxio Game Capture HD PRO device can’t detect video signal from the console you connect to. There are a couple of possibilities:

  1. The console is not power on
     
  2. Cable connection is not setup properly according to the Getting Started Guide
     
  3. Video source is not supported. For example, if you are connection to a PS3, HDMI signal can’t be detected by Roxio Game Capture HD PRO device due to HDCP (protected video) by Sony. We suggest you to switch to Component (A/V) cable to connect between PS3 and Roxio Game Capture HD PRO. Please follow the instructions of PS3 setup on Getting Started Guide.
     
  4. The capture device or cable could be damaged

http://corel.force.c...ure-HD-PRO-FAQs

 

Totally didn't read that or anything before I posted here.....

 

1. Its definitely on.

2. It is set up properly, I checked this multiple times.

3. Cable components on Xbox 360, Xbox360 can use either HDMI or component cable so it is supported.

4. The wires are brand new, so is the capture card itself, they're not broken.

 

As you can clearly see I checked that before posting here, I am fully aware of the troubleshooting guide and I decided to make a post here because my problems did not fit any of the questions above.

 

Your help here by mindlessly copying and pasting has been invaluable.

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Totally didn't read that or anything before I posted here.....

 

1. Its definitely on.

2. It is set up properly, I checked this multiple times.

3. Cable components on Xbox 360, Xbox360 can use either HDMI or component cable so it is supported.

4. The wires are brand new, so is the capture card itself, they're not broken.

 

As you can clearly see I checked that before posting here, I am fully aware of the troubleshooting guide and I decided to make a post here because my problems did not fit any of the questions above.

 

Your help here by mindlessly copying and pasting has been invaluable.

 

I can't clearly see anything!

 

Most come here complaining then post it was a setting or cable connection and now it's working.

 

I can't shake a magical wand and fix it for you from my location.

 

Disconnect the USB Capture Device, close out all applications and reboot the PC. Shut down the xBox and re-start it, open the RGC software and plugin the USB Capture Device.

 

Do you still get no signal?

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I reset everything and yes it does work, Thank you. I guess Living by the I.T. Crowd's catch phrase of "Having you tried turning it on and off again?" might actually be useful.

I still believe your post from before wasn't any help but you did offer a different solution which worked, so I apologize for my previous post.

 

Although now its working I do believe that another problem has arisen.

It seems to flicker with those weird colours ever so often. Any possible idea's to why?

 

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