Question about Televison & Video
Well guys this is my system as you can see...
i bought the easy cap for $180 and b4 that i checked this site and see it works great but for meh it is'nt....
i cant install the driver the give meh this error
they said upgrade to SP2 but i have a better version.
so guys do u have any idea or any help???
plz reply ASAP
thanxx in advance.....
To install the driver on a system with XP SP3 (it may also work with Vista) just plug in your EasyCap USB device. When Windows asks for drivers, simply point to the folder on the CD that says "Drivers" then to 'BDA32' or 'BDA64' (depending on your system type - 32 or 64-bit). Windows will install your EasyCap device and you can start capturing video (if a warning message pops up just hit 'continue anyway'). Thats all.
Posted on May 03, 2009
Looking for the driver files for your EasyCap USB video capture?
This is a guarantee fix!! 1) Download vuze (vuze.com) or use any bit-torrent client application. 2) search for easycap on btjunkie.org and download the .iso or .rar file.
If you are unable to open the files, just google or download winrar or poweriso and you are good to go.
Posted on Jan 14, 2010
August 11, 2009 -
The driver for "KWorld DVD Maker USB2.0 1.1.0812.1" is compatible with "EasyCap USB 2.0 Video Grabber" under XP SP3, and I've put it up on my website so it won't disappear. Get it here:
Plug in your EasyCap USB to a USB slot, and don't forget the RCA jack plugs into the a line-in to capture your sound.
Unzip the zip file and run SetupDrv.exe.
EasyCap will be recognized as a "USB 2860 Device".
I've done captures from VHS tape to WMV video with "Windows Movie Maker" and "ULead Studio SE" with excellent results under XP SP3.
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Posted on Aug 10, 2009
There is a problem with SP-3. There are many older softwares and drivers that don't recognize it as lagitimate. This is because in the software code of the softares, it is looking specificaly for SP-2, and not looking for "SP-2 or greater".
I noticed that there is an indication that you have only 512 mb RAM. With XP-Pro it is best to have 1 gb or greater. With SP-2 or SP-3, this becomes even more of an issue.
Posted on Jun 14, 2008
JUST FOLLOW THE VIDEO.
Posted on Dec 02, 2014
USE VISTA64/86 "X86" DRIVER FOR XP PRO SP3!!!!!!! MSG (DABAY AT LIVE DOT CA FOR MORE INFO)
Posted on Jun 21, 2011
Service Pack 3 dosn`t work good with dis driver, the PC is very, very slowly.
Posted on Nov 06, 2008
I have XP with SP3 installed and I had the same message about updating to XP SP2 so the driver would not install from the DVD.
The solution seems to be to install all the software then insert the easycap in a USB port. Tell XP not to install the drivers automatically. Instead, before you start this entire operation, locate the drivers subdirectory on the DVD (mine were in drivers\BDA32) and tell XP to install them manually from that location. This seems to have worked perfectly - there are a number of drivers to install and once the video drivers are installed eventually the audio drivers then get installed automatically.
Posted on Sep 07, 2008
What i did to fix the problem is uninstall the windows sp3 update instal the usb video grabber then reinstall windows sp3 update. thats the only work around i know of.
You can use windows update and use there drivers yet the drivers make streeches and cuts some of the video from the oringal sorce so stick the orginal drivers. not the windows one.
Posted on Jul 04, 2008
Just search for the oem.inf file (or similar) in the Drivers folder of the CD. Right click it and select "Install"
Posted on Jul 16, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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