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HP Pavilion 500-223w

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HP Pavilion 500-223w
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I added a PCI-Express Gen 1 video capture card in PCi-Express x1 slots but the Windows cannot detect the device. Please advise any special setting is needed?

 

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Steve

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It would be most helpful if you posted the make and model of this PCI-Express Gen 1 video capture card.  That way it can be determined if will actually function.

Is this what is being referred to?  Which one?

https://www.forefrontimaging.com/pcie-video-capture-cards


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It is Pirect Uldra-P1 video capture card. Maker website is www. pirect.com. Thank you!

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Interesting.  If you look in the BIOS, perhaps you can tell if the BIOS can see it.  There might be a setting to enable the slot you are using for the card, also.  F10 or F11 immediately after pressing the start button from an off PC.


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