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  1. I really need help with this one...

    First time I installed this device it worked great, but after i tested the btwincap-drivers i cant get the card working..
    When i try to install the drivers from install.exe on the CD it says "please wait..." and the screen flashes and disappears before i can read anything. If i try to install drivers manually through searching, it only says the drivers aren't the correct ones, it wont found any. If i force to install the drivers through "from list" it gets installed, but in properties for Winfast TV2000XP Audio Capture it says "No drivers installed for this device"

    If i open Winfast PVR it says "cannot find any video capture device".

    I've tested to format, changed OS, changed PCI slot, tried different drivers from leadtek.com but nothing seems to work, and i dont know what the f*ck to do now.. I've tried different things in 3 days now but it's the same problem every time..
    I've searched the internet and i've seen folks with the same problem, but none of them have a general solution for this problem.

    Last thing i will test is to unplug cd-roms and so on and try, but i doubt that will work anyway..

    //In need of expert-help..
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  2. 1. WinFast PVR works with Leadtek's driver only.
    2. It seems that the SSID of your WinFast TV2000 card was corrupted.
    6606107D is the SSID of WinFast TV2000 card (BT878)
    3. in properties for Winfast TV2000XP Audio Capture it says "No drivers installed for this device"
    -> This is normal.
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    If you are installing this card in Windows 98, you'll have lots of problems as
    I have in this process. But, I did finally install everything (drivers only)

    I am happy to say, that I'm using it w/ VirtualVCR w/ excellent results and
    I'm also quite happy that I have zero frame drops. Even the Line Noise is so
    very faint, if any at all.. other than the "hatching" that still seems to be apparent,
    the quality is acceptable (after encoding the source, which happens to be LD
    movies)

    I'm using this card w/ my Pioneer LD Player, CLD-D701 and CLD-V2600 with
    very good S-Video cables (which were designed to reduce (or eliminate) the
    dot-crawl phenomina)

    Don't forget, this card is WDM (not VFW)
    My card is the Winfast TV2000 XP "Expert" model, w/ remote.

    -vhelp
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  4. 1. WinFast PVR works with Leadtek's driver only.
    Yep, i've figured that out.. But why doesn't it work with the real drivers? The installation from the CD won't start for me, and downloaded drivers from leadtek doesn't work.

    2. It seems that the SSID of your WinFast TV2000 card was corrupted.
    6606107D is the SSID of WinFast TV2000 card (BT878)
    What do you mean with this? What is wrong and how can i fix that? If i can...
    3. in properties for Winfast TV2000XP Audio Capture it says "No drivers installed for this device"
    -> This is normal.
    Okey, thx..
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  5. Originally Posted by vhelp
    I'm using this card w/ my Pioneer LD Player, CLD-D701 and CLD-V2600 with
    very good S-Video cables (which were designed to reduce (or eliminate) the
    dot-crawl phenomina)

    Don't forget, this card is WDM (not VFW)
    My card is the Winfast TV2000 XP "Expert" model, w/ remote.
    vhelp, i'm thinking of buying the same card as yours. I need to run cables about 10-15m, do you think it's better to use composite or svhs for video due to the lengh? Audio L/R is not as affected i think...
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    Originally Posted by smoki
    Originally Posted by vhelp
    I'm using this card w/ my Pioneer LD Player, CLD-D701 and CLD-V2600 with
    very good S-Video cables (which were designed to reduce (or eliminate) the
    dot-crawl phenomina)

    Don't forget, this card is WDM (not VFW)
    My card is the Winfast TV2000 XP "Expert" model, w/ remote.
    vhelp, i'm thinking of buying the same card as yours. I need to run cables about 10-15m, do you think it's better to use composite or svhs for video due to the lengh? Audio L/R is not as affected i think...
    Well, I can't truely comment on the extended length of your cords ability to
    reproduce w/out loss of quality at that length. I've used 25' of S-Video wires
    before, but that was in my early stages of capturing w/ my ATI-TV Wonder
    card, back in the good old days capturing fun.

    My card has the Conexant CX2388x series chip (not the btXX or whatever)
    -vhelp
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