I installed the v562 asus tv tuner cd and loaded the video security and I set all possible parameters and it appears to be working. Until it starts to capture and record then this error occurs. You have to acknowledge in order for it to resume. It says to "set frame - rate " error, but i do not have any way of doing this. Is there something i need to down load? I did install directx:9 and still have this problem.
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Re: asus video security "set frame rate" error
Hi... firstly i would recommend you to go through the document that came with the video security software... there has to be a way to set the frame rate.. the reason your getting this error is because your card cannot process the frame rate which is currently set...!!
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Upon installing your Philips SAA7130 TV tuner/Fm radio/ Video PCI Capture Card. You can switch your PC on, and get connected to the internet without opening any window. Left click the Control Panel, and the Add hardware wizard. Then follow the instruction. You will be prompted to load your CD installer software driver, if the PC cannot find any driver soft- ware in the O.S., In case you don't have a CD, your PC will look it by itself at the internet since you are already connected, just follow and wait to get it installed. Hope this helps.
the headrest from the car seat and remove its upholstery. Trace the
outline of the TV's mounting frame onto the foam cushioning with a
a hole into the foam using a razor knife for the frame to fit into.
Using the frame as a guide, whittle into the hole until it is deep
enough for the frame to fit into. Glue the frame into the hole with
contact cement and poke another hole into the foam with a screwdriver
where the frame's cable hole is.
Place the headrest's upholstery cover back on and cut the fabric away where it is over the frame.
the TV into the frame once the contact cement is dry and hard and run
its cable through the other hole. Connect the TV to its tuner console
with audio/video cables and store the tuner under the seat.
the TV's power adapter cable and route it so it can plug into a
cigarette lighter adapter. If it doesn't use one of these, it will have
a three-way cable where one connects to the car starter, another to a
constant 12-volt source and the last one to a good ground. Disconnect
the negative battery cable before connecting any wires
Make sure there is a metal sheet installed in the ceiling below the headboard. This is needed to mount the overhead player onto.
away the upholstery on the ceiling. This might require a solvent that
will remove the upholstery's adhesive. Insert a plywood or metal sheet
between the headboard and upholstery and glue it to the upholstery.
the TV set to the ceiling, making sure the screws for the TV's mount
are securely screwed into the sheet within the ceiling.
the wires to the engine compartment if the TV doesn't use an adapter
plug for the cigarette lighter. With the negative battery cable
unplugged, connect the TV's red wire to the starter's electrical
connector, the yellow to the battery or other 12-volt source and the
black to a metal ground like on the chassis.
Unplug both battery cables from the car's battery, starting with the negative terminal.
the stereo from the car. Pry away and remove any trim panels on the
dash, then unscrew the mounting screws on the stereo and disconnect the
electrical connectors. Some stereo units have an anti-theft mounting
system requiring special tools that fit into holes on the stereo front
to release its mounting clips.
Place the TV within an installation kit designed for your model car.
Connect the antenna's cable to the TV and mount the antenna on the
outside of the car; the trunk or the roof near the door frame are two
possible locations. Route the cable along the weatherstripping or
secure it to the side with cable ties.
the TV to its tuner box with RCA video (composite) cables and store the
tuner somewhere secure, like the glove box. Wire the TV to the radio
antenna and stereo connectors with a wiring harness designed for your
car, which can be purchased at a car audio supply store.
the TV into the stereo's old spot within the dash, fasten all the
mounting screws and replace the trim panels. Reconnect the battery
cables once the set is mounted, starting with the positive terminal.
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Hi bullterrier0, The Asus P4S8X-MX uses an onboard video controller, (SiS Real 256E graphics card). There is an order of sequences that must be followed when adding another video card on to the motherboard. If these are not followed your new card will not function correctly. Shut down the system. Unplug the power cord from the PC. Open your case. Please remove any graphics cards you may have added into the system, (For now). Once removed leave your case open & plug the power cord back into the PC. Press the start button. Start pressing the Delete key every two seconds as the PC starts up. The bios main menu will load. Instruction on how to move about within the bios is listed at the bottom of the menu. You will need the P4S8X-MX manual. (If you no longer have the manual you can download it from Asus by clicking on this link: http://support.asus.com.tw/download/download.aspx?modelname=P4S8X-MX&SLanguage=en-us Click the plus sign next to; Manual. Find the English manual. Create a folder on you're desktop & name it Manual. Download the manual. Save the manual into the folder. The manual will need Adobe pdf reader to be viewed. If you do not have Adobe you can download it for free from this link: http://www.adobe.com/products/reader/ Once into the bios go to the title Advanced, page 2-17 in your manual or page 59 in Adobe pdf viewer. Open Chipset sub-menu. Than find, Primary Graphics Adapter page 2-21 in manual, pg 63 in Adobe. If the TV turner card is an AGP set this to [AGP] & set AGP Fast Write Control to [Enabled]. If you are using a PCI TV tuner card set this to [PCI]. Save the bios & exit. The PC will auto restart. Press & hold the power on button until the PC shuts off. Unplug the power cord from the PC. Re-insert you're AGP TV video card. Double check all internal connectors for good connecting before closing the case. Plug in the PC's power cord & start the system. Once windows has finished loading install the TV video cards driver software. If you installed software drivers for the P4S8X-MX other than driver software provided by Asus please uninstall that software through Add/Remove programs. (If at all possible).
Since you want to use a TV video card you can not use the onboard graphics card at the same time. This is why windows was restarting. Windows did not know which card to load. Once the onboard card has been disabled by telling the bios to load the AGP, (Assuming you're TV card is an AGP card) windows should run fine. There is always the possibility I interpreted your trouble incorrectly. If this is the case, please let me know & I'll adjust my answer to fit the issue.