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Windows 7: Camcorder

02 Jul 2010   #11

Vista 64 Ultimate, Windows 7 64 Ultimate, Ubuntu 9.10

Sorry to hear, please take the time to fill out your system specs as complete as possible, we are going to have to know a lot more about your system to help you.

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02 Jul 2010   #12
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Vista, Windows7, Mint Mate, Zorin, Windows 8

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02 Jul 2010   #13

Windows 8, Ubuntu 12.04 64bit, Pear Linux Triple Boot

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by rickza View Post
@ fishbanjo: Nil. Nothing happened. BTW it's getting worst. Another problem occured. My sony dcr-sr47 can't connect to my PC. Two camcorders cannot connect to my PC, so it must be obvious that there's something wrong with my PC. HELP ME PLEASEEEEEE
Do you notice anything weird going on in Device manager, are your USB drivers still there. You could try a couple things here.

1) run your antivirus/antimalware as there are some that will disable your USB ports
2) Shut down the pc and let it boot back up and try one USB device at a time, using one USB port at a time and move on to the next one to see if any of your ports are just going bad, that will eliminate the possible PC/Motherboard issue.

A couple of thoughts anyway :)

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09 Aug 2010   #14

USB or IEEE 1394

Is your camera USB or IEEE 1394? There are several other threads where users are having trouble with camcorders that use a firewire (1394) connection - as mine does. I just figured out that while my Win 7 system will NOT recognize my camera when it is the only thing plugged into my 1394 card, it DOES recognize it when there is something else running through the 1394 card.
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