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Display On Preview Screen Is Broken..

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Yet another issue with this device/software. It was working fine this morning, then it crashed so I tried to reopen it. Now the display screen isn't working, however I can capture and take photos of the actual footage.

 

http://i.imgur.com/u3nrPTC.png

 

I've tried repairing, uninstalling, reinstalling for the last 3 hours, only once getting anywhere but it was the wrong direction (red no signal, had to uninstall and finally we're back to this point)

 

edit: PC is a i5 2400, AMD Radeon 6850, 8gb ram before my pc is blamed.

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If it worked and then crashed what changed??? (can't be the software!)

 

Hint ~ your video card drivers/software?

 

Roll them back AND see if you have a Recovery Point in Windows that you can go back to ;)

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Nothing changed. The software crashed, and I opened it again, it wouldn't work. It stopped working once the software crashed. I tried the rollback, didn't do any good, that was my first guess too after the software crash.

 

edit: Tried even the beta drivers for my gpu, nope, still broken. It works, but the preview is broken, so I can see if I take a screenshot for example it's still working, just seems like something in the software went bonkers that killed the preview window during the crash of it.

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was hoping someone had this issue and fixed it, figured maybe it was a software problem so i fully removed it but it's still not working. i mean it works but i can't see the preview screen so it's still kinda faulty. upgraded drivers, tried rollback. was hopeful maybe there was a setting im missing to reset it but doesn't look like it.

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