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At this point, I am at a loss as to what the issue could be. Also, as the years go on, Windows PCs become unusable. ARGH! sad.gif I really am going mad over this.

by R. nothing. then I tried another camcorder. I am having same problem since about Jan 2007.

I was able to capture most of my old miniDV tapes already using MS Movie Maker and/or also PMB Tape Importer from Sony.I believe this is the only way to get It works brilliantly Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (0) Collapse - (NT) Too many 1 star reviews. I have checked for IRQ conflicts; none found.

Used to work so well before Jan. Ironhead. 11-13-2007,02:40 PM #6 Nikosony View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Blog Entries View Articles Senior Member Join Date Aug 2005 Location Western Europe Posts 3,409 Sony, Sony, Sony, I developed so many videos but cannot upload to pc now.I have 2 firewire cables 6pin for desktop and 4pin for laptop.I phoned microsoft they said they dont support 98, checked This has all latest service packs, BIOS uptodate, software firewall (Kerio), AVG Antivirus.

Keep it clean. Bugfix in AVI type-1/2 autodetection. I want to transfer video and burn to DVD to share with family. I originally tried connecting the camcorder and PC without Window SP2 update installed.

If you ever figure this out, please e-mail me @ [email protected] Thanks! 0 bessi 10 Years Ago Hi Everyone, I'm new to the forum. Possible deadlock during cancelling of recording and some other race-conditions fixed. About CNET Privacy Policy Ad Choice Terms of Use Mobile User Agreement Help Center

Home Podcast Courses Live Premium Products Ask Us Tips Home » Tips & Tools Camcorder Plug my external hard drive into the USB and it fires right up on the pc 10-10-2009,10:52 PM #10 gary5709 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message View Blog Entries View

It would be nice if you mention the origin... You can also subscribe to these comments via RSS. File selection dialogs added. That is they are loathe to use the old PC or setup the old system to do this.Bob Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (1) Collapse - Ever consider a Mac

I had been searching for over a year for a solution. You can not directly export FLV from the Apple QuickTime Player, iMovie or Final Cut Pro/Final Cut Express. It will make your site more attractive with videos. I asked if there was anything special I needed to have installed on my PC, and was told "no".

Join over 733,556 other people just like you! The problem is that for some folk there is no other option. What I usually do: 1. by R.

Their computer did not recognize the camcorder either. Only DV-video devices listed in device selection. 1.2.3 - 2003-05-29 - minor bugfixes and changes Windows XP look support (on XP systems only). Right click on the host controller and select "properties" then "Troubleshoot".

it JUST WON'T see the damn thing.

I don't want to upset you but keeping an old piece of iron around for the occasional capture is par for the course. In few days i will try to buy a DVD player recorder that has fire wire in an out i hope that works. Under System Tools select "Device Manager", the "Computer Management" window will open. 3. Lastly, start up the computer, and make sure it works. 5.

Compiled using new version of Microsoft Platform SDK. 1.1.3 - 2002-09-22 - more code cleanup, new features File selection dialog in record mode now supports multiple selection. Connect computer to camcorder via Firewire 3. Your cache administrator is webmaster. That's the cable I bought for $2.00 w/ free shipping...& it didn't work.

If not, turn off everything and try again (you can also try reversing the order, ie.