EasyCap DC60++ recognized as usbtv007

Discussion in 'Audio/Video & Home Theater' started by Jurge92, Sep 27, 2012.

  1. Jurge92

    Jurge92 Member

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    Hi.

    I've been searching the Internet for days and spent countless of hours on trying to figure out why my EasyCap DC60++ wont work. I've tried drivers that work for some, and other drivers, and more drivers, but nothing seems to work! It's recognized under devices as usbtv007. I've been using the software that came along with the EasyCap, some Honestech shit, and latest Ulead VideoStudio 10, but none of them seems to find the device. Does anyone know what I can do? I'm about to give up and just give my 8mm DV's to a company who do this for money. I hope it wont get to that, cause it's crazy expensive. So please, help.

    And FYI I'm running Windows 7 64-bit.
     
  2. Fetlabeta

    Fetlabeta Junior Member

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    Its easy to fix for people who have this problem.I experienced it myself.And it is pretty easy to fix.This problem may occur if you have tried to update the drivers from somewhere else rather than the disk.If you are reading this post please do not update the driver on the EasyCAP usbtv007 (OEM DEVICE) as it will destroy the EasyCAP drivers and make your computer not recognize it.Solution number 1 is to do a system restore (Search programs and files > Type in System restore),restore it back to a time where you never updated the files on your EasyCAP. If you can't do that, restore your PC back to its factory settings so your PC will be fresh new.If your not willing to do that, use another PC which has a windows vista or 7 operating system.Install the drivers via EasyCAP disk (Yellow disk).Once you installed all the drivers plug in your EasyCAPand start recording with the software you use.:biggrin:

    If you have anymore questions please post a comment on my website: http://www.fetlabeta.com