Hello, I am from Germany and bought a almost new pc on ebay. My problem is the software for the USB 2.0 and FireWire Comco Card (SD-CB5271B-4E6I). I searched the internet for a driver that lets me use the card but I found none. Though I used the automatic search of Windows, too, I really found nothing.Could anyone give me a hint or something? I would be thankful.
with best regards MrJoe
The software that was listed are not the drivers you need for this combo card, You need the drivers identified as m5271 not m5672.
I have the same card and this worked for me.
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If neither your computer nor your camera will recognize your card then it is safe to say that there is an issue with the card. You may either have bad contacts or an internal issue, but since your camera states it is locked when you say it is unlocked that would normally signify an internal issue. If you still have a warranty on the card I would suggest you take it back to the place it was purchased from.
So, what did you use firewire or USB? If you want to use SUB you will have to install proper driver, by the way, I wouldn't even try USB, quality is horrible. Best way to capture video is firewire (IEEE1394). You will not need to install any drivers for firewire connection if your PC equipped with firewire card.
You do need a firewire cable (which is normally provided with the camera) and a firewire port in your computer in order to get images off the tape which you have recorded onto. The card however can be accessed via USB. The card can store video as well as pictures although if it is the card that you bought the camera with it probably has very low memory.
If I were you I would take one of these two solutions
Buy a firewire cable and a firewire PSI card for your computer. Use an editing software eg. Pinnacle or Windows movie maker to import video files from camera.
On the camera above the power switch (camera, OFF, play), there will be a switch which at present is down indicating to video. Switch it up to card. This will then record video to your card which you can load to your computer same as the pictures. You might need to buy a new SD card (located in compartment -Multi Media Card- next to lcd screen.) these can be quite cheap and 1 GB can hold more than an hour of footage.
The USB port on the camera is to download still pics from the Camera's SD Card to your computer. USB connector is not for video downloading.
For video downloading you have to use FireWire port. Your computer must have a FireWire port too. You will need some sort of video downloading software - like Microsoft's MovieMaker. There are some free software to download videos from mini dv camcorders to computer. It takes 1Hr to download 1Hr tape - you have to play it all to record it all.
3yrs ago when I purchased this cam, I did not have FireWire port in my computer. I searched online a lot and found a way to download video using USB - it was tough, complicated. It was possible, but quality was too bad and too many dropped frames.
If you do not have firewire port, google for FireWire PCI Card, should be <$10. You have to install it inside your PC. Also search for FireWire cable ($10+/-) that will match BOTH camera and PC ports.
You have two ways:
1) Install the ActiveSync (Version 4.2 is recommended) PC Software with your PC first Next, you connect your Axim to your PC. Then you install the software or game into your PC. it will also install into your Axim automatically thru Sync process.
2) Or install the software or games into your External SD Memory card thru USB SD Card reader. Then put your sd memory card into your Axim and run the software or game. The 2GB or 4GB SD Card is reccommended since the game or software sometime is huge.
I hope it is help.