|12 Aug 2012||#1|
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I-link driver for Sony DCR-HC40E on Windows 7 64bit
I have a Mini-DV camcorder Sony DCR-HC40E, which I use without any problem on Windows 7 32 bit.
I recently moved to Windows 7 64bit, and I can't use this camcorder anymore, because Windws Update can't find any driver in 64bit mode.
Does anybody have a solution?
Sony Website claimed these drivers has to be supplied by Microsoft.....
Note that, on this Camcorder, I can't use USB to transfer video from DV (only MS duo content)
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