Mike-Mat wrote:I would start by downloading the latest video drivers.
KugarWeb wrote:Could it be that the two pieces of software conflict? Try uninstalling CapWiz 3.8 and VideoStudio and then ONLY install VS.
Mike-Mat wrote:No doubt your system should be capable of running the software. I'm not a fan of ATI cards. I've seen a lot of incompatibilities with ATI and CadCam systems. Nvidoa always seems to work for me. An upgrade to VS10 might fix it. But thats adds some expense also. I might try getting a cheap ($40) Nvidia card to see if it works with that. I'll bet it is video related some how.
BTW: thanks for filling in your system specs. Most people dont do that and it does really help to diagnose problems.
ghoofie wrote:I have the same ADS device and the Capwizard and VS9. Both work just fine. Are you sure you have VS9 looking for the ADStech. I accidently set mine to look for a webcab my mistake and VS9 wasn't working anymore til I noticed that in the options. When I set it back to the ADStech , it started working again.
TDK1044 wrote:I have the DX2, but I chose not to install VS9 SE. I purchased VS10 instead. Are you trying to get to VS9 from within Capwiz or from your Desktop?
vidoman wrote:Just some quick suggestions...
1. Have you tried to doing a clean uninstall? http://phpbb.ulead.com.tw/EN/viewtopic.php?p=54223#54223 in that tutorial link it provides the directions for doing one. Ulead leaves behind files, and doing a simple uninstall / reinstall may not correct issues.
2. Are you running background applications? Try disabling antivirus, network cards, etc.. (May not and probably not the issue here, but it doesn't hurt to try).
3. Have you experienced problems with any other programs crashing, hanging, or not opening properly? This is a good indication that you have a memory stick or harddrive failing. I had a memory stick fail after having it just a couple of weeks. The first signs were VS suddenly closing, which I thought was a problem with VS. Then after a few weeks other apps started acting up. I ran a free memory check app and viola, bad memory stick. I replaced it, and no more crashing..
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