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Need more bandwith to record video to my PC

by Joselepiu / March 20, 2006 3:47 AM PST

Hello, I need some help with a problem.
I'm trying to record some home movies from my camcorder/vcr to my pc; I bought a ''VIDEOh! CD from Adaptec, I plugged it to my computer and camcorder/vcr, but not a have a message that tells me: ?The controller does not have enough bandwidth available for the USB Composite Device?. Then asks me if I want help to resolve the problem, I click yes and I get another message: ?The controller does not have enough bandwidth available for the USB Composite Device, which has requested 9% of the bus bandwidth. And it tells me that System Reserved has a 23% bandwidth consumed and the USB Composite Device 71% bandwidth consumed.
Now my question is, how can I increase the bandwidth on the USB Composite Device, and decrease it on the System Reserved. I have a HP Pavilion XE 783 with Windows ME.
Any tips and/or answers will be more than welcome.

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by Darton Fury / March 20, 2006 6:14 AM PST

a USB 2.0 upgrade.

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by Joselepiu / March 20, 2006 12:50 PM PST
In reply to: Install

Thanks for the advise, can you tell me where an I get it?

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Again, thanks..........
by Joselepiu / March 26, 2006 6:34 PM PST
In reply to: USB 2.0

I'll try to find it @ BB or CC, I'll tell yu later the results.

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