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Problem in Canopus ADVC-110

I have strange problem - When i connect my ADVC 110 device to my computer it doen't working but when i connect it to my friend computer, it works i think the problem is with my windows or something with my bios Is somebody knows?

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Maybe different OS? If your friend have XP and you have different operation system?

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