I’m going to assume that y


I’m going to assume that you are trying to capture directly to your F: drive. Your C: has no room.

You didn’t note what kind of interface you’re using. USB 2???, IEEE1394??? Other??? Hopefully you’re using IEEE1394 (Firewire). Are you also using any other special hardware and if so are all of the latest drivers installed?

That aside, have you ever had problems capturing before? There could be a lot of things going on here. What you could try is see if you can capture using Windows Movie Maker just to see if you can capture anything. If you CAN then we’re looking at Ulead maybe being the problem. If you CAN’T than it’s probably a PC related problem.


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