I just want to get my 60 some odd dollar hardware/software package to work here. The software is horseshit. So now I have a free multimedia program called "Golden Videos" and the sound doesnt come through... what gives?! For around 60 dollars these 3 cheap pieces of plastic dont match up. I just downloaded the most recent driver for the Dazzle DVC 90 today to no avail it would seem. If anybody could direct me in the right direction besides going back to Office max to hack it out with them it would be much ablidged. Jes
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The issue seems to be more software conflict in Win 7. I installed Pcleusb.exe and it blue screened on just about everything. But all is not lost, I have managed to get the DVC 80 to work using VideoCap.exe. Very basic but at least it allows you to to record/capture in either AVI or WMV
i did install the driver from pinnicle that says it will work up to xp.
its not hard but follow these steps, and ignore all these people that are saying it wont work, and throwing them out.
the problem, the install is not compatible with vista, so you change the compatibility of the file to xp pro. its easy here:
1. download the driver from pinnacle, its: PCLEUSB.exe 2. dont install it yet 3. right mouse click 4. hit the 'compatibility' tab 5. check the 'run this program in compatabilty mode for:' 6. scroll and select 'windows xp (service pack 2)' 7. also check the 'run this program as an administrator box' 8. click the 'apply button'
click and run the file, its going to think its running under xp.
dont plug in the usb for the dazzle. wait for the install the driver.
when its done plug in the dazzle, it will look for the driver it will find it and will install it, since you ran the pcleusb.exe. hell the dazzle thinks its running in xp. now any software will use it and it will be in all you video software as the "dazzle dvc80" in video options and same for audio. works great, clean video and clean audio. just like new.
Hi, Welcome to fixya, I understand that you have a problem with regards to your Dazzle DVC 100 and the problem you encounter is regarding to the sound. Is this no sound, or garbage sound? If no sound did you connect the audio cable properly? Could you please check your device manager.
Click on Start>Control panel>system>hardware>device manager>sound and video games controller> right click on video capture device uninstall it. Right click on dazzle audio device uninstall it also. Restart your computer. After restarting let your computer detect and install the driver device. Open your IDVDR and try it again.
Switch your PC on and left click on the control panel, systems, right click to open, left click device manager. Once the device manager is opened. Find out if your sound, video, and games controller is working alright. Then, get connected to the internet at the microsoft website for the free driver software download for video and sound. Make sure that this is compatible with your existing operating systems.
I have strong feeling that this software is incaptiable with vista maybe mite try going to the site of the maker of the software and asking if it is comptiable if not see i you can request a comptiable software that will work oh( make sure before you do you unstall it first) cause the software will crash or fight with each orther I hope this helps lala linda