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MAc How dod I get my Jaqzz HDV-188 to work on my Mac laptop. THanks

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I suppose you're with mac os x (10.x.x) version, so : switch off your cam (or simply close the screen), plug your delivered with the cam usb cable into the mac first, and into the Jazz cam at last. That's it, you're done !! The cam should appear as a drive (mass storage mode is by default) or usb thumbdrive on your desktop.


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Need User Manual


Hope these links help you out.

Here is a link to a generic manual for the HDV-188.

Here is another link to a discussion forum, there are a few more links on this page you might find helpful.

Thanks, and please rate my solution if it is helpful to you.

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110 Ethel Road West, unit 2
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