Only when that data is invalid error has come up, when trying to get a PCI card to work. They work fine together. An overlay supported display is a graphics chip that allows direct hardware access by the video stream, using the graphics hardware and not software to manipulate the image, or that is my interpretation. I use the same one in XP the Deluxe tuner How big is the power supply. Check through the list of system requirements: I’ll rather do it myself, if there were any conflicts. I updated to the latest one and this allowed proper install of SATA drivers and, probably, the issues with capturing.
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any one tried the DSE USB 2.0 video capture adaptor?
Yes,you can purchase and install a pci TV card,they operate independtly of your video card. It will be interesting to see what smiths dze to say. I use the same one in XP the Deluxe tuner How big is the power supply. What version of Windows are you running? I was interested in this thread and wonder if it is possible to add a capture card as a stand alone as well as to retain the video card I have already got as it is a middle of the road priced PCI Raedon I’ll rather do it myself, if there were any conflicts.
Have you NEVER had a unit refuse to work with a particular piece of hardware, if not everything becomes self explanatory. Play with enough of them, it will happen.
After I found the power zapped it. Theyre just greedy for money.
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And it has always worked Or unless ya system cant handle it or u have some kind of conflict. I have SP2 installed and the card works properly. I had major problems with various capturing issues: How adaptorr a conflict that does not register that a lot of very expensive Tech’s can NOT find.
Since my mobo upgrade to an nforce type the tuner card avaptor never worked; it has nothing to do with the SATA drive -one thread stated it has to do with the directx 9. Most techs wouldnt know a hell of a lot. It appears that what he has sold you is the right thing, and it should work.
An overlay supported display is a graphics chip that allows direct hardware access by the video stream, using the graphics hardware and not software to manipulate the image, or that is my interpretation.
Does Windows say it has detected a device if you “hot” plug the adapter into the USB port? There is a free slot on my motherboard.
SATA drive conflicting with capture device. Obviously, there must be a drivers’ conflict with the Silicone Image drivers.
I just replaced it under warranty. What are you going to do when you strike an Asus, or Gigabyte product that does that to you. Besides this capture card, if you brought it. I’ve reformatted this thing bout 10 times lol. BUT thats easy to fse.
X’s or other under any devices in Device Manager? Check through the list of system requirements: They work fine together. What does device manager say??
Only when that data is invalid error has come up, when trying to get a PCI card to work. That’s all I can think of at the moment, but maybe someone can explain the detail of what an overlay supported display is. All the components test perfectly. I use BOTH in this, with no prob at all. Thanks for the fast responses. Don’t you just Mr Gates’ prodigy.