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Fire Wire Port

My firewire port will not read my sony camera. It shows that something is going on but nothing will come up as before I could plug it in and within seconds I would have a screen up ready to load the video to the laptop. Any help is appriciated.

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  • jwj7055 Nov 05, 2008

    I have used this though to make over 60 dvds from this same camera the same way.... it just does not work now....

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First of all, you need to check whether the required Drivers for the Videocam are installed in the Notebook or not.
You should be provided with a Driver Disk along with the Video Cam after installing which, you should be able to connect and use it with the Notebook normally.
If you are not sure about the Driver disk I am talking about, you can contact the Manufacturer of the Video Cam and get the required drivers you need to install.
Hope this helps....

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