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Green Line Across The Viewing Area



I used the Easy VHS to DVD program the other day. Now I plug in the vhs turn it on, open up the program, on the viewing area I get a green line across the middle and a few seconds later, my computer shuts down and restarts. i have windows xp.. Easy VHS to DVD build 201b23a. What is wrong with now. I have been able to record only 2 vhs. I spent $69 for it.

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DON'T plug the device in. Then start the software and move around the Editor for a bit...


This will see if the software install is at issue.


If that works, Exit the software. Then expand your Device Manager (Win-Pause, upper left). Now with the device not attached to anything, plug it in and see what shows up in the Device Manager:




Just let it sit for a bit and see what happens without the Software running ;)

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I did the two things that you said and everything is fine. I then put the device in the usb opened up the software and whenever I moved the mouse I would get green and black areas. It then shut my computer down again.


Error report C:\Docume 1 compaq 1 locals 1temp wer238i dir00 mini 060213 06 dmp

C docume 1 compaq 1 locals 1 temp wer 238i dir00sysdata wml


Error Signature bccode 100000se bcp1 c000005 bcp2 bf174220 bcf b3700984

bcp4 00000000 dsver 5_1_2600 Sp 3_0 product 256_1


If that means anything.

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DxDiag.txt Hope i am doing this right


Go here (link) and use the automatic search for NVidia drivers and install what it finds.


What is drive "--D--" and why are you using it?


Edit: Just a comment. You have a fast BUT single core processor. It does meet the minimum (but ridiculously low) requirements. If you do get it to work, don't be surprised by how slow it is. Make sure you have nothing else running or programs in your start up that run in the background. Disconnect from the internet and shut off or pause your antivirus software. You may experience dropped frames and may have other artifacts if you don't. That processor will have to wok very hard to do the encoding (rendering) needed. Make sure that you have sufficient air circulation to keep the computer (CPU) from overheating and shutting down. You may want to use some dry air (and safety glasses) to blow out the vents/fans/ etc of the computer. Also do some maintenance on it using these tools (link). Do not use a registry cleaner !

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Your error seems related to Sysdata Xml Error Issues..


I would update your MSXML 4.0 Service Pack 3 (Microsoft XML Core Services) here, http://www.microsoft...s.aspx?id=15697


Your DirectX Version: DirectX 9.0c (4.09.0000.0904) I would update here, http://www.microsoft...ails.aspx?id=35


Read and follow the install instructions,





System Requirements

Supported Operating System Windows 7, Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 1, Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 2, Windows Server 2008, Windows Vista, Windows XP Service Pack 2, Windows XP Service Pack 3




Install Instructions


Click the Download button on this page to start the download, or choose a different language from the drop-down list and click Go.

Do one of the following:

To start the installation immediately, click Open or Run this program from its current location.

To copy the download to your computer for installation at a later time, click Save or Save this program to disk.


I would download the updates to your desktop, reboot the PC shutdown all programs, antivirus & firewall, then install from the download. Reboot and do the same for the other download.

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