Problems with USB2.0 when connecting my EZMaker USB2.0 on XP Home (SP2)

Discussion in 'Amateur Video Production' started by Dil, Oct 22, 2005.

  1. Dil

    Dil Guest

    Hi,

    I cannot get my EZMaker USB2.0 to connect to my XP SP2 PC. It used to
    connect correctly. Also, it still connects correctly and works with my
    Laptop. EZMaker allows me to capture on the PC from a VCR.

    I suspect that it is something to do with my Driver. The Driver shows
    as going to Code 10.

    If I uninstall and re-install the EZMaker Driver, it shows as working
    correctly, but when I use ULEAD Movie Factory 2 SE (Supplied with the
    Device) to access the EZMaker, the system crashes (Full Screen Blue
    Screen) and does a dump claiming that there is an error with
    m8mini20.sys. I have verified that this is installed when I install the
    EZMaker Driver. Next time I boot up, the device is gone back to code
    10.

    I have tried the usual suspects of un-installing and re-installing the
    USB drivers, but to no avail.

    Help! Any idea.

    Regards

    Dilip
     
    Dil, Oct 22, 2005
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  2. Dil

    RS Guest

    What you should be uninstalling and reinstalling is Ulead Movie Factory
    because thats what appears to be screwing you up.
     
    RS, Oct 24, 2005
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  3. Dil

    Jona Vark Guest

    I happened to have had the unfortunate experieince of having some ULEAD
    stuff installed on one of my machines a while ago. It completely hosed my
    USB stuff. I think the ULEAD crap is garbage.
     
    Jona Vark, Oct 24, 2005
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  4. Dil

    Dil Guest

    Hi,

    I have already tried Uninstalling and Installing Movie Factory. But had
    no success. In anycase the offending m8mini20.sys driver is part of the
    Aver EZmaker install. I suspect that somehow it is not compatible with
    XP SP2, but cannot prove it. Only thing proof is that it worked prior
    to my SP2 upgrade and my laptop is on XP SP1.

    Regards

    Dilip
     
    Dil, Oct 26, 2005
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