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Is there an "undelete" option in the menu anywhere? If it is a fixed disk and there is no option to undelete, then I think it is a hard lesson learnt. If on the other hand, it is a removable disk, put it in your PC and search the web for an "undelete program", good luck.
There are some free ware PC video capturing programs. Be aware, you get what you pay for. I would try going to Microcenter's or Best Buy's web sites and seeing whats available. Blessings, A/V Media Guy
You may have used a different USB port on the computer. Try a different one.
Generally, any USB port would work, except that some devices create a "Virtual USB" connection that is configured with a specific USB port.
If you have windows xp or higher you don't need drivers just an intel based pc, atleast 1 or 2 gigs of memory and try it with the software that came with it...if you dont like that make SURE your version of adobe works with the HDV format....make sure your settings IN the software program are correct...and viola!...MAKE SURE YOU ARE USING A FIREWIRE 4 TO 4 OR 4 TO 6 PIN CABLE no exceptions