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Roxio Game Capture No Audio Inputs



Okay, will admit when I 1st bought this, I did not know anything about computers. But today will be a shame of the younger me when I 1st bought this computer I had and this roxio card capture for my 360. But that's a different long sad story later haha.


Computer specs


Windows 7 home / 64 bit

Intel i5-3210m 2.5 GHz

Intel HD 4000 Graphics Card.


now when I bought this capture card, it was working fair, with my new laptop it was slight improvements. that was months ago because I bought this around PFD (Alaska)

Now for the past 2 months, this is just...-sigh- The video stream is working fine, but the audio and trying to record with DIVX is just pilling up more problems out of my knowledge from before and would love some help.


Had to look around my computer to see where I can fix it because I kept getting a unkown capture error now it doesn't say it, just stops recording.

I know AVI would work since it's just raw recording or something, almost something like fraps right? but needs compressed and rendering still I think lol not sure.


But now, post-112576-0-72248600-1368148488_thumb.png

there this problem which is my main problem and don't know where to look and start.

Any help or solution?

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When you install your device, it installs two drivers, one for audio, one for video. It seems like the audio driver for your GameCap isnt installed as it doesnt see it as a viable recording unit. Either that, or you have your cables hooked up wrong. First check your cables. After that, go into your device manager, and look under Sound, Video, and Game Controllers and you should have two Roxio GameCap units installed. If you are only seeing one, then its probably just your video driver, and your audio driver did not get installed properly.

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how would you go about installing the other driver


Zantos has not been on the site for a YEAR, so I would not expect an answer... Best to start a new topic unless the dates are less than a week old ;)


I really doubt his 'solution' is valid but I would recommend a proper repair:


First thing to do is to turn off your Anti Virus, Firewalls, Registry Cleaners, etc.


Unplug your RGC Device and put it aside until you are completely finished.


Now insert your Roxio Disc.


Be sure you accept the offer to Check for Updates (this is for Roxio, not Windows)


When you reach the screen where
is offered, choose that!


When the Repair competes, turn your AV & Firewall back on and reboot.

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