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Can't get any video capture sources to work in XP

Posted on 2006-07-12
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I just recently reinstalled XP SP2 using nLite and I am no longer able to see any video source in say VirtualDub or WinDVD Creator. My USB capture devices install fine and are recognized when I plug them in the USB ports. They show up as working ok in the Device manager but do not show up in My Computer as capture devices. In VirtualDub, I can select them as Devices but they contain no video sources.

I'm thinking I mistakenly disabled something using nLite but I'm not sure what it could be. Does anyone know how to enable video capture in XP manually?
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nLite seems to have its emphasis on 'removal' not disabling. You might try and XP system restore or repair.
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