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Adapter Type Video Capture Interface with Host PCI Video Input Composite Video • i.Link (IEEE1394) Video Output Composite Video Platform PC • Mac Hey no problem....It is best for Video capture...the datails are this.... i still useing it......... Technical Features
Audio Support Stereo
Operating System Apple MacOS 9.x or later • Microsoft Windows 2000• Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition • Microsoft Windows XP Professional
Warranty 3 Years
Included Accessories 1 x Firewire (IEEE1394) Cable • Composite to S-Video Cable
One. did you call microsoft to help with that problem. two.
three. Did you try reinstall WIN XP again. four. or install the card in another slot.OR THE ADAPTER IS A IS OUT DATE, USB 2.0 OR USB 3.0 TRY A DIFFERENT CORD. good luck....
Yes, but make sure the model type is what is listed below although they should all be the same today as there are no standards war. For your PC you will need a video capture card unless your video card has it, chances are it doesn't. You would have an adapter already that came with your video card that has plugs coming out. There would be 5 or 6. If you don't go to tigerdirect.ca or newegg.com and do a search for "video capture card" Prices range from $50 and up. Get one with the best warranty is my advice and if you wish I will find one for you from a reputable card maker. Just ask me by commenting below. And if you have any questions about the details below just ask me by commenting back to me.
SmartDisk Real-Time Video Producer (DPS-70000)
Adapter Type Video Capture Interface with Host FireWire 400 (IEEE 1394) Video Input S-Video • Composite Video Video Output S-Video • Composite Video
Technical Features Supported Digital Video Standards AVI • MPEG-1 • DV • MPEG-2
Audio Support Included
Analog Video Format NTSC • PAL
Capture Resolution 720 x 480 • 720 x 576 System Requirements Operating System MS Windows 2000 • MS Windows XP
Greetings, Assuming you have a new laptop (based on having vista) your laptop is most likely equipped with an express card slot instead of the older standard. Here is a link to illustrate what I am talking about: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16839147002 Note that it is a different shape than the card you purchased from Best buy. Hope that helped. Take Care, -WN
This seems to be a basic hardware conflict; shut down and UNPLUG the system, then MOVE the 1394 card to a different slot on the motherboard, then reattach the AC power cord, reboot the system, and see if the problem has been solved.