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The supplied Picture Package Software is not compatible with the Windows 7 Operating System. The USB Streaming option in the Camcorder is also not compatible with the Windows 7 Operating System, Hence it is required to use the i.LINK or A/V cable for transferring the videos using the Windows Live Movie Maker. The latest Software, Picture Motion Browser Software is compatible with the Windows Vista and 7 Operating System, but is only used for playing back the videos or for editing. To transfer the videos you've to use the i.LINK cable or A/V cable along with the Windows Movie Maker. This is the easy method of transferring the videos. You will also get a better video quality when using the i.LINK cable as compared to the USB cable.
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Handycam® Camcorder - DCR-TRV460E
This is where you can locate software updates and upgrade drivers for models sold by Sony Middle East & Africa. For other models, please visit the Asia Pacific website.
According to the website the software and driver download is for all versions of windows. So if the one they have does not work you could try to run the software in windows xp compatibility mode..I do not know if it will work.