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Digital Camera videofilm to my pc?


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How do i get my videofilm from my Digital camera to my pc so i can see it there? :tazz:
if you should know im running windows xp home ed. and the camera is a sony DCR-TRV12E
i have plugged my Digital camera USB stick into my computer and camera but what then :S ?
a little more info when i do this nothing seems to happend, i mean is it supposed to show that something is connected to the USB? like when i plug a mp3 player in??

thanks!
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Hi

From what I can tell from reading the manual for your camera, you need to do the following things:

Make sure you have administrative rights in XP

You must install the driver for the camera before connecting it to the USB port (this will be on the CD that came with the camera - let it autorun & select the driver install option). When the install is complete & the camera is connected, windows should detect it & start the Add new hardware wizard. This should complete automatically.

The USB stick must be in the camera when you connect it to the usb port.

The camera should be switched to 'Player' mode

If you find that windows still doesn't detect the camera when you connect it, try unplugging any other USB devices you have & make sure the camera is connected directly to a USB port & not to a hub.

Let us know how you get on
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