Re: vista got reduced hardware ability?
I do not think it strange at all that something designed for Windows XP may
not work in Vista. A lot of hardware will have to be replaced if the
manufacturer didn't allow for firmware updates and driver updates. Even the
poorly coded software they supply with their deficient hardware may not work
It happens whenever a new O/S is introduced.
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"tonj" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>I find it strange that windows vista (Home Premium) can't pick up my video
>hardware like Windows XP did.
> I have a Fly DVB TV PCI card and in Vista Windows Movie Maker doesn't give
> any option to choose it as a capture source. All it
> lists is import 'From digital video camera', there's no other option. In
> Windows XP WMM listed all my video hardware.
> The Fly card does work in Windows Vista but the only programs that make it
> work are Dscaler version 4.1.15 and Splitcam version
> 4.2. I also tried Windows Media Encoder 9 in Vista and that won't produce
> an image with the Fly card either - just a black preview
> screen. Does Windows Vista have reduced video abilities compared with
> Windows XP?