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Sorry,you have no video capture hardware.video capture will not function properly.

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  • gopal82 Apr 17, 2009

    I HAVE VGA WEBCAM. WHEN I CLICK THE LINK ON DESKTOP FOR START THE WEBCAM HE SAYS THAT ,, SORRY WE HAVE NO VIDEO CAPTURE DEVICE.



    PLEASE TELL ME. WHAT SHOULD I DO.





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    John May 11, 2010

    Not sure what you are trying to do need more information If you are trying to burn videos and getting the from camera you may need a Video capture card The cheapest way to do this is a TV card with Capture card features or you may need to update your drivers

  • Misterixas May 11, 2010

    Is that some kind of software you are trying to run?

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Please reinsert the video capture cord.problem persists please change it.

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