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Hi, I have bought the Easy CAP USB 2.0 with aim to recorder my old Hi 8 mm and audio MP. But the system does not recognized the USB key. Even after running everything as recommended and mentioned the system cannot still recognize the key USB. I din´ t find no way how to resolve this problem. The included CD/ rom doesn´t help anymore. Can somebody help? Where can I get the Driver for running the system. By the way, I am using the Microsoft 2003 and WindXP. Thanks for helping. Simon

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I believe we have the same video capture adapter. If you need the driver please go check this link:

http://www.cdrking.com/index.php?mod=products&type=view&sid=498&main=75

I've used this without any problem. Hope the driver helps.

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