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I was having a problem with a USB capture device and found out that if I had anything else connected to the other USB ports it would not work properly. It needed all the power that the USB port can give it... I had the same issues testing it with a couple of my laptops too.
you will probably have to download a cracked copy from a torent site, unless pinnacle are willing to send you a serial.
Try this if you are willing to take the risk of using Torrent sites. http://isohunt.com/torrents/?ihq=pinnacle+studio+500
You will need a torrent client like UTorrent to download torrents
print driver is possibly looking for a specific printer port like lpt 1 or two with the specific address and interrupt. or you have to find a setting to change to or from ecp, epp, bidirectional or standard printer port,
It connects to a USB port. You have 2 on the right side of your laptop. The device has two RCA ports which should provide the connections you seek.
A device like this one or similiar should give you the best "Quality" audio transfer.
But if cost is more of an issue, you can find "Patch cables" at you local electronics store to go from RCA jacks to stereo headphone jack this will allow you to port the information in through your Microphone jack.
are you useing cable? if so it is simple cable hook ups doesn't reconize new computers you nite unhook cords turn off computer and unplug and take out battery of cable then reinstall cable hook up turn it on and it should reinstart your internet, if not let me know and wwwwe can retry something else. lala linda
Unfortunately the Avermedia Quickplay doesn't support audio. If you want the matching audio too, you'll have to either use your computer's native audio (if it's in the same room), or hook it up to your TV with a separate cable.
First check to make sure your coax cable is in the correct slot, (Make sure it is plugged into the outside port). The other port on there is the ATSC antenna which would only be useful for over the air broadcasts if your area has them (I believe Omaha, NE would be able to get KETV over the air)and if you have an applicable antenna.
You are using the proper format (NTSC_M), if you are using the WinTV application, on the upper left side of the screen you will see your channel up/down buttons, in-between them is an addition button for video source, try changing this to see if you are able to scan more channels. My initial reaction is that you are using the ATSC tuner for scanning the channels.
I will check back frequently to check for more information for you.