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Is it my Motherboard ?

Discussion in 'Video capturing from analog sources' started by Trogdorrr, Mar 19, 2005.

  1. Trogdorrr

    Trogdorrr Member

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    I used to be able to capture analogue video PERFECTLY, then my DC10+ card just got worse, the video was jumpy, sometimes no picture. ect.
    So I ended up buying another capture card (Video Mate TV) and guess what! This also produced very jerky video that is unviewable.
    Anyhow, I tried 2 other PC’s with the cards, and BOTH work perfectly.
    My DC10+ was fine the whole time!
    I have re-installed XP and this doesn’t fix the problem. Changing HDD makes no difference.
    Could it be my motherboard or something else?

    I’m about to upgrade my Motherboard & CPU. I prey this will solve the problem.
    I’m currently using an XP1900+ and an ASUS A7V266-E Motherboard.
     
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    rebootjim Active member

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    Drop the card into a different slot.
     
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    Trogdorrr Member

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    ohh yeah, i tried that as well, even with all my other cards out(except my graphics card which i need to see my monitor)
     
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    It's OK i got 1 working, the DC10+. I did a full fresh install of XP and formatted my HDD (before i just used another partion and had 2 windows installations) I'm going to try my other card now, should be fine i hope! Cheers.
     
  5. pfh

    pfh Guest

    when was the last time you deleted, emptied trash bin and defragged?
     

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