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Peter5498

Blurred Capture Screen

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Hello!

 

I'm rather new here to these forums but I'm in desperate need with a problem that my Roxio Game Capture(Standard) is in need of. I had just gotten the hardware today, have installed the software, and have everything set up including the component cable that is used for an HD TV. Everything is set while the Xbox 360 screen resolution is 720p and this must be fine since I have the component cable, yes? Now, when I go into the "Capture" page, everything seems alright, hence the blurred/graphically odd capture screen. It looks like the picture I will post but it's continuous and the graphics change in an odd way. It's hard to explain, yet I'm sure many people have had this problem. I believe that the problem with mine is that my PC is rather old and doesn't contain an actual graphics card, it's an integrated graphics card meaning that it's just a chip on the motherboard.

Apologies if I have posted this in the wrong section, I'm a bit new here.

 

If anybody could help me with this problem, that would be great!

Thanks,

Peter

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A DirectX 9.0c capable Graphics Card is part of the Requirements, and it is not an option :huh:

 

I see a couple of cards in the $30 range...

 

BEFORE you jump on that, what are the rest of your PC Specs - like I have in my signature... Best to know that as there is no point in putting lipstick on a pig :D

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HP Pavilion a3417c 2009

AMD Athlon™ II X2 215 Processor 2.7 GHz

RAM: 4.0 GB(3.75 GB usable)

OS: Windows 7 64-bit

Integrated Graphics Card: NVIDIA GeForce 6150SE nForce 430

 

I do not believe that this system supports DirectX 9.0c and I have researched this PC quite a bit and putting a graphics card in it may not be optional. My best bet is probably my other laptop if that will support it. I have many options actually computer-wise. If the software is capable of being brought over from PC to PC by USB, then it may be an option.

 

Dell Inspiron mini 1012

Processor: Intel® Atom™ CPU N450 @ 1.66GHz 1.67 Ghz

Ram: 1 GB

OS: Windows 7 Starter 32-bit

Graphics: Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator3150

 

If all fails, I may have to use my dad's laptop. And you're sure this is the problem? I really appreciate this help that you have offered and I would appreciate a bit more if you or anyone else is open for it.

 

Thanks,

Peter

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The mini 10 does not have the horsepower to run this program!

 

Still it would be a good test vehicle to see how the graphics perform -_-

 

Keep in mind, that manufactures flout numbers and things to make you believe their product is as good or better than others :lol:

 

Classic case is a Celeron will Never equal regular processor no matter what numbers they show :huh:

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I'm a bit puzzled right now. As you can see, DirectX 11 shows up on my desktop when I type in "dxdiag" along with the laptop. I'm not sure if this means much since I'm not as skilled when it comes to these things and my guess is that I need a physical graphics card for this, correct?

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I had eventually tested it on my father's HP laptop and the software works great. I appreciate all of your help on this issue, thanks!

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