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The S-Video Cable

I have Windows Vista on the laptop..................
I checked to see if I might have the cables , but both sets I
have don't enclude the part that connects to my laptop
so I have to go and buy it today at bestbuy or radio shack......whichever one is cheaper lol..............
thank you for all of your help

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  • dsingh3796 Aug 15, 2008

    I will as soon as I can afford to go out and buy a tv card for my laptop.........with only one income I have to be very wise with my money

    Thanks for all your help

    It is muchly appreciated !!

    Deb Singh

  • dsingh3796 Aug 15, 2008

    I will as soon as I can afford to go out and buy a tv card for my laptop.........with only one income I have to be very wise with my money

    Thanks for all your help

    It is muchly appreciated !!

    Deb Singh

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If you buy it and fix it ,if any futher problem you let me know

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  • Starnley Johnwells
    Starnley Johnwells May 21, 2008

    any more problem with it

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    Starnley Johnwells May 22, 2008

    Get a TV card (USB or PCMCIA); plug an AV cable from the back of the VCR to the TV card, then use the software supplied with the TV card to write the input to an AVI file... The playback has to be 1 to 1,
    Once you have an AVI file,write the AVI to a DVD using any DVD, or VCD creation software... If you want multiple copies copy the DVD, don't re-write it from the source material (it is quicker)... And then delete the source A

    If you don't have a TV card but have a digital camcorder see if it supports AV-IN. When you do this go to the VCR to the camera then to a firewire port on the PC. The camera acts as a bridge. Get very good results this way.

  • Starnley Johnwells
    Starnley Johnwells Aug 15, 2008

    have u tried that ?try it and get back to me

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