I have an EasyCAP Capture Card. I did setup everything, installed ULead 10.0 and installed the drivers from the CD. When I go in ULead and try to record, I don't even get a picture! Everything is black. I looked at everything and put all the settings to NTSC_M, I also put Composite where you can choose between it and S-Video (I don't use S-Video, I have an RCA cable).
I tried with my other program, Sony Vegas Pro 8, and it's not working, it looks like my Capture Card doesn't get any signal :(
Make sure in Ulead VideoStudio that your TV system is set to the one that corresponds to your country. If you only set that in the properties of the device itself, the program may still have set the TV system incorrectly. Ensure that it is correct. Also, you may have not installed the drivers correctly. If the video capture driver is not installed, you cannot capture with any program.
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It is entirely possible that the onboard audio died on the mainboard. They fail quite often. However, in order to use an aftermarket card in place of the onboard audio, you will need to go into the CMOS setup and disable the onboard audio to allow the SoundBlaster audio to do its thing.
you need the drivers to your video card, put your motherboard driver CD that comes with your computer run setup install Graphic driver if your lost driver CD, you may download install from given link here DriverPack Solution
Hello white tiger, hi, the out of range error is usually caused by a very high resolution setup on your computer display card that windows installed (generic driver), the monitor simply cannot produce the resolution, set your resolution to a safe level like 1024 by 768, most monitors can display this resolution. The root of this error message is incorrect display driver, you need CD to install the display driver. Once installed your resolution will now be controlled to a safe settings were the monitor can display properly.
Once the drivers are installed, your issues should be resolved - the driver will allow only the modes that can be displayed on the monitor - probably giving you options for resolutions you hadn't seen before.
Pls reinstall the drivers for the graphics card and restart the computer and check if it is working.
If it does not work, then download the original drivers from the computer manufacturer or the graphics card manufacturer 's website and install them. Make sure that you have uninstalled the drivers before reinstalling any drivers.
Also pls look for any updates for the graphics card.
your monitor doesnt have drivers for it.. and doesnt need drivers for that matter. It sounds like you dont have the right drivers installed for your graphics card. here is a link to the drivers you need.