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Composite Media Win TV-PVR-USB2 product. Can not receive anything from Composit Input connections. Works well with TV RF input. Used XP and VISTA operation systems. Have also tried to use Nero 6 for input control no video input. What do I have to do to get input from the Composite cables. Also the Remote does not have any effect on the unit. Bought this unit for converting Digital movies and VHF tapes to CD or DVD. the TV portion was just extra.

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    pinnacle studio 12 software continually states that I do not have a vidio signal. VHS and cables check out OK on another monitor.

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Well it can be one of two problems,,

Check your settings for the device, especially your input settings and see if composite is elected or disable. Look on the net for compatable recording software for the composite input as well..

Or

it could be a hardware issue and the device is defective..

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