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I don't have this card but I am very interested in buying it so I have been tracking reviews and so far I have heard a lot of problems with this card. Some things to check. What version of OS X are you running? I have heard many complaints about the card's performance after upgrading to OS X 6.6. If you have 6.6 you should reinstall the drivers and sometimes that helps. I would go to both apple.com and nvidia.com to make sure you have the best and most recent drivers. Good luck.
Check with some quality video card companies to see which cards are compatible with your motherboard. You might find you can't get a very good quality card or maybe you might find some quality cards you can install yourself. Its only a couple of screws. Mostly is it compatible with your motherboard.
Mac writes there own software from what I know so you have to rely on them....with imovie 08 version 7.1.4 or higher on an intel based mac ( not power pc g4 or g5 but INTEL) you can use itif you have 10.4.11 what's the processor?? and what version of imovie or final cut are you trying to use and make sure the card is in the camcorder not a card reader
You don't need to purchase drivers for your video device or video card because it is free distributed by the manufacturer. you can find the drivers in the manufacturer official website or other websites. If you use onboard video device you must know first the model of your motherboard. after knowing the model of your motherboard search the motherboard drivers in google.com or yahoo.com if you find the driver make sure it is compatible with your version of Operating System for example Windows 95,98,NT,2K,XP 2003, 2005 or Linux OS or MAc.. select the driver according to your version of OS.
If you use Video Card know the model of your video card and search it in the net. if you find the drivers make sure you click the drivers compatible with versions of your Operating System. TY
I have a driver-CD for MAC / PC for this PCMCIA-Card as I used the same system as you, it was running perfectly on my G4 powerbook under Mac OS 9.x (it is not running under Mac OS X). Do you still need help?
Right now I try to sell the system on ebay, I do not need it anymore (have an intel-mac now).
I was just googling to find the OS X driver for my new Mitsuba DV55F, when I can across this article..
I'm running 10.4.11, and my Mac recognizes the camera, and I can transfer videos and pics over through Finder, but iPhoto and iMovie don't seem to recognize it, so I figured it was a driver issue...
Not surprisingly, my dealer disappeared in the night as well... That's what happens when you buy cheap cameras off eBay... ;)
I'll come back and post a solution if I ever find one..