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Old 08-24-2006, 01:41 PM   #1 (permalink)
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i would like to hook my vcr up to my computer, i have a MSI Geforce 4 4200 ti and it came with a connector that does video out and video in, i got the video out to work but i have no idea how the get the video in to work, i checked in the manual and it says lots about it but not how to use it.. does anyone no how to use this?
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You need the WDM driver along with the Newest Graphics drivers And I will warn you now it is a little buggy. Well actually I never tryed the newest WDM but it might be that's all.
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i have installed the wdm driver and the newest graphics driver but now what program do i use to view the video, i have intervideo wincoder which only shows a black screen and i also have dscaler that only shows a blue screen?
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