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Likely the VCR is unable to function properly anymore, however it would not hurt to check the cables. Some cables when they get old develop shorts in the wires this is also a probable cause. Try new cables first then a new VCR.
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.
Currently, Pinnacle does not have 64-bit drivers for the DVC90 to work with the 64-bit Vista. This may be the reason you are running into trouble. I would recommend contacting Pinnacle and have them contact you when they release the 64-bit drivers.
Try unplugging the DVC90 and uninstalling it from Device Manager. Then go to the Control Panel and delete all the drivers you find. Reboot and try the installation again. If I remember correctly you can run PCLUSB2.exe first to get the drivers on your hard drive and then plug the device in. When you do that just point the driver install to the folder that the drivers got installed to.
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I have tried several versions of Pinnacle products over the years, and have had serious problems with ALL of them. Constant crashes, re-boots, glitches, dropped frames, etc. Sound lagging behind the picture is one of many problems, and can be avoided only be capturing short clips and editing them together. A real pain. i finally gave up on Pinnacle and bought Sony Vegas Movie Studio Platinum. It has a longer learing curve than Pinnacle, but in the long run it has more features and is very stable. Sony Vegas also works with Vista. Pinnacle 10 does NOT, depsite what Pinnacle and the salespeople tell you.