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When installation of the drivers for video capture cards is finished, driver availability in the Windows operating system should be tested with the help of the Device Manager. For this do the following:

  1. Open the System Properties window by right-clicking the My Computer icon on the desktop and select Properties in the contextual menu.

    Note

    The System Properties window can be opened by clicking Start=> Control Panel=> System.

  2. In the System properties dialog box go to the Hardware tab and click the Device Manager button.
  3. Go to Sound, video and game controllers item in the Windows hardware tree and check if the displayed list of devices agrees with the types of installed video capture cards.

    Important!

    If Secure Boot is enabled in BIOS, then the video capture cards' drivers with no Microsoft digital signature won't start on Windows 10 since build 1607 and later, and the corresponding devices will be with the exclamation mark on the yellow background in the list. In this case restart the computer and disable Secure Boot in BIOS.

    If Secure Boot is still necessary, install older Windows 10 version (build before 1607), then install video capture card drivers, then update to a newer Windows 10.