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Gators 04-18-2014 02:18 AM

I've used the driver you linked to. It doesn't work. None of the drivers work. This card simply doesn't work in windows 7 64 bit. It absolutely doesn't.

Spektre 04-18-2014 02:52 AM

I must admit, I too had difficulty using the device following Lord Smurf's original instructions. Nevertheless with some searching in the forum and some help from asking nicely, I can specifically say this device works beautifully in Win 7 64bit. I used it today.

How are you feeling these days Lord Smurf?

lordsmurf 04-18-2014 04:06 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Spektre (Post 31513)
I must admit, I too had difficulty using the device following Lord Smurf's original instructions. Nevertheless with some searching in the forum and some help from asking nicely, I can specifically say this device works beautifully in Win 7 64bit. I used it today.

Yeah, ATI hardware has always been finicky. But excellent, and well worth the small hassle. :cool:

Quote:

How are you feeling these days Lord Smurf?
Much, much better these days. Here's a little April 2014 update: http://www.digitalfaq.com/forum/news...html#post31514

Thanks for asking! :)

volksjager 04-18-2014 07:54 AM

i have installed a 600usb on 64bit windows 7 several times
easy as pie - just use the vista drivers downloaded from the ati site

try this:
uninstall ALL ati software!!!
run CCleaner Registry cleaner several times until it finds nothing wrong
restart
install vista drivers

TylerDurden389 04-18-2014 09:01 AM

I use windows 7 64 and my ATI works. I didn't have sound but someone recently told me that it's because I didn't have the red and white plugs plugged in ::facepalm:: lol I stupidly assumed that the S-Video cable was the SD equivalent of HDMI cables (no need for red, blue, and green cables when you have HDMI).

Gators 04-18-2014 09:03 AM

The vista drivers don't work. When you use them, you get an error about the digital signing. I've tried and tried and tried, the vista drivers don't work, the windows 7 32 bit drivers don't work, the catalyst download you link to doesn't even install a driver....if this is able to work, then there's something that's being left out in the instructions here, because I've yet to find a way for this to work.

FrostBite 05-17-2015 11:45 PM

I think I might have a defective unit.

So far I've installed the drivers on two computers.

First I installed it on an old xp machine. I get a choppy video signal and a good audio signal with the media player that comes on the disk. Media Player classic and VLC don't work with it. It get nothing when I select a device from the drop down menus. Virtual dub displays static.

Then I installed in on a Win 7 machine thinking maybe the xp machine was just too old. Maybe the choppy video signal was a lack of resources? Nothing. I can't get a picture or sound with Media Player classic, VLC, or virtualdub. Just static, if anything.

I've tried different usb ports. Different video sources. Different cables. Coax, S video, etc.

I've followed the instructions in this thread and the one linked here:

http://www.digitalfaq.com/forum/vide...600-usb-3.html

themaster1 05-18-2015 12:14 PM

Try Dscaler on XP

msgohan 05-18-2015 02:16 PM

Static is expected when you first view it in VirtualDub, as it defaults to the TV tuner. Video -> Video Source is where you select the desired input.

FrostBite 05-20-2015 10:13 PM

Thanks. I guess I had become so frustrated with XP on the older computer that I didn't think to check that.

That got it though.

buyabook 07-17-2015 03:07 PM

why did you need a replacement? i am planning on buying a AVT-8710 from bhphotovideo.com

FrostBite 07-20-2015 12:13 PM

I didn't really need a replacement. It wasn't working with an older computer. And when I switched to a newer computer, I didn't select the correct capture device, so I assumed it was broke.

Anpanman 09-13-2015 04:03 PM

Has anyone been able to get this method working on Windows 10? I don't want to upgrade unless I can still use the capture device.

bilbofett 03-29-2016 12:57 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Anpanman (Post 39960)
Has anyone been able to get this method working on Windows 10? I don't want to upgrade unless I can still use the capture device.

Yes! Just got it working GREAT in Win10 x64!
HP Envy 750
Intel i7 chipset
USB 2.0 ports

Tested in Vdub 1.10.4 (latest as of now from Sourceforge), 32bit and 64bit.
I have not tried to get the tuner/MPEG2 functions going yet (not as interested in those)
The ProcAmp settings work too

Clenathan 04-08-2017 02:56 PM

I'm having issues with installing an ATI 600 USB on my Windows 10 64bit desktop. I plugged it in and the windows installing device pop-up appeared then finished. I ran the setup file from the Vista/Bin64 folder and installed the drivers only (2 of the 3 possible things to install). Then I installed the catalyst media center using the setup file from the XP folder. But the capture card does not show up in catalyst media center. I then downloaded virtual dub and the card does show up there but i can't get any more than 1-2 fps, it shows a scrambled screen. I also checked post #9 in one of the threads and manually downloaded the drivers and tried to install but the installation said the files are already up to date. I did not install as administrator if that makes a difference but I am the administrator on my machine.

msgohan 04-12-2017 09:02 PM

VirtualDub 32-bit? And version number?

If available, use a USB port running on a different chipset (USB 3.0 vs 2.0 may manage this).

cbehr91 05-08-2017 10:34 PM

Glad to see this thread is still active, as I am having an issue getting the drivers to work. I have a SFF Lenovo ThinkCentre just with its onboard graphics. I have gotten the version 22 drivers to work on another Windows 64-bit Dell Latitude 980 with an NVidia graphics card, but not with the SFF ThinkCentre. What happens is when I install the drivers, when it gets to the "detecting graphics hardware" portion, progress stops, and I can't stop or cancel it or even close the install program using Windows Task Manager. I have tried this multiple times, running CCleaner to clean out the ATI files and running in Vista SP2 compatibility mode don't work either.


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