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ATI All In Wonder 9600 Composite Input Image Stream repeats

I have an ATI All In Wonder Radeon 9600XT video card. The TV display of composite video input gets stuck and repeats a 1 second stream over and over - even though the actual output is continuing (as seen on a real TV). This only happens in normal play (from a VHS VCR) - yet fast forward looks fine??!! Sometimes the display flip flops between the composite input source (VHS VCR) and the cable TV line. This was working about 6 months ago but I have not tried it since then. I am also running Pinnacle Studio v9.4 to try and convert old home videos to DVD. Here are some specifics on my setup:

ATI Catalyst Control Center V2008.0225.2153.39091
.NET Framework 2.0.50727.1433
AMD Athlon XP 3200+ 2.2 GHz 1.5GB Ram
XP Pro SP2
ATI Driver 2/25/2008 V8.471.0.0
ATI T200 Unified AVStream Driver 11/6/2007 V6.14.10.1086
DirectX 9.0c (4.09.0000.0904)

Need help getting this fixed. Thanks.

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  • steve_grusak Dec 13, 2008

    I have downloaded and installed the latest software from the link sent by Ekse. Same issue still persists plus I have a new problem now. The TV does not show the image coming in from the cable TV hookup - I get sound but no image. I do get image coming in from the composite video input - but again it is about 1/2 to 1 second of image stream and it repeats ... the sound is correct and does not repeat .. but the image is wrong.



    Recap:

    VHS/VCR signal going into composite RCA jacks on video input cable (red/white audio and yellow video) - get short repeated image, but correct sound.



    New issue after loading latest drivers/software: Video coming in from Cable TV cable gets sound but no video at all.

  • steve_grusak Dec 13, 2008

    If I click the "Channel Surf" button on the TV control panel while input is set to the Cable TV input - I get a live feed for a secon ... before the channel images start filling the screen. Is it possible that there is some interrupt/port interference from another program/service? BTW - I have ALL non-essential programs shut down when I perform video capture ... all firewall/anti-virus/etc/ programs are ALL off.

  • steve_grusak Dec 13, 2008

    OK - I have updated XP to service pack 3 (SP3). Same issues still exist. 1-2 second repeated playback from RCA inputs off of VCR (but proper continuous sound stream), and no video at all on input from Cable TV cable - but proper sound. Again, I do get a second or two of video from the Cable TV input when I hit the "channel surf" button on the TV control panel prior to getting all the images from each channel.



    Still need help.

  • steve_grusak Dec 13, 2008

    One thing that "is" working - is S-Video input which uses the same cable as the composite input. Still need help.

  • steve_grusak Dec 13, 2008

    This issue is still not fixed. I have updated all the video and OS components. Still need help.

  • steve_grusak Dec 13, 2008

    Sorry - but I do not believe it to be the video card. Prior to updating the ATI software this morning, the TV output to the PC screen was working just fine and not it is not. I still believe it to be a software issue.

  • steve_grusak Dec 13, 2008

    Yes - I physically pulled the card from the PC and reinstalled it. Re-installed all the drivers as well. Problem still exists.

  • steve_grusak Dec 14, 2008

    I have pulled the graphics card, cleared the slot, removed all the connections, reset everything, rolle3d back the driver - and still have the same issue. I have opened a ticket with ATI.

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Since it was working before, we can assume is some change in the software.

the first thing you should try is apdating Windows to SP3 and the rest of the updates, also upgrade DirectX and the new ati drivers.

If that does not work, you can try restoring your computer to an earlier time when it was working.

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Try to go to the state when you have brought it and installed it.this can usually done by the system restore.try to uninstall the new softwares or drivers you have currently done and try to install the old one.thank you

Posted on Dec 14, 2008

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    does the problem solved

  • JITHIN ANTONY Dec 19, 2008

    i think the problem is solved

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Try it again on the composite signal

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    Ok, you have set up everything right by what you have posted, check all the cables are seated properly from the pc to the external device

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Http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/helpandsupport/learnmore/driverrollback.mspx click this link. and also remove totally all the connections ---cards connected to the unit.do it in shut off mode.then again blow air in between the sockets were u install the wires,cards.then refit everything properly and then try it should start working. keep all of us updated. for further help.

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Did you try reinstalling the card on your PC, might be a corrupted driver that's why the whole programm is not running smoothly and needs to be fixed by reintalling it ..

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Its probably the video card has the defect, you must return it with the warranty, because no matter how repair will you do, theres nothing changes because the microporocessor of your card hass a less power capacity that will not able to coninue the system, that's why it will repeat again and again
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First, I'd say upgrade your computer to XP Service Pack 3 by running windows update.

After that, I'd get the newest drivers from ATI as they were updated in December:
http://game.amd.com/us-en/drivers_catalyst.aspx?p=xp/radeonx-xp

Try again and let me know.

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I suspect there maybe a problem with the TV input, or the drivers of the card
Please goto http://ati.amd.com/support/driver.HTML And update the drivers to the newest available and try again.

Also if you could provide more detail how the system is set up where the signal is coming where its going and so on.
Thanks, this is just a start so report back to me.

Posted on Dec 13, 2008

  • Ekse Dec 13, 2008

    Hi,





    What software are you using to view the video from the TV IN?

  • Ekse Dec 13, 2008

    Hi,



    as you now told us that you had updated the software and the issue started, then the solution is to get back to the old software which worked, you can perform driver roll back in the device manager, select the devices and roll back driver.



    heres a guide on that



    http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using...

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