Question about JVC Everio Digital Camcorder w/60GB Hard Drive and 2.7" Widescreen Color LCD Monitor - Onyx Black
When I connect my JVC Everio camcorder and Power Cinema NE opens everything acts as it should. However, when I attempt to backup the files it says that no device is connected. Yet it was powering and connecting the camcorder that automatically opened Power Cinema. When I try to even view the files they do not appear under device (Drive G:) in Power Cinema. I can view them on the camcorder itself. When I go to Windows Explorer, the camcorder appears as mass storage device Drive G:. But when I click on Drive G;, it says I need to insert a disk into Drive G:. I cannot access the files to copy, backup, or even view them from my laptop. I didnot have any of these issues the last time I backuped the camcorder. What should I do? Thanks,
The system is not reading your camcorder files because are in different format.
You have to rename your files or
register the MOD extension to open Power Cinema.
Right click on a file, select "open with...", select power cinema from the list of available programs, check the "Always use this program..." and press ok.
Now windows will always use power cinema when playing MOD files.
The same can be done with windows mediaplayer.
You will find more help and tools here:
Posted on Nov 19, 2008
- restart your computer and connect again your camcorder to your PC
If doest work:
- try to use another ubs cable of your camcorde or replace your camcorder usb cable
- reinstall your power cinema software
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Posted on Nov 19, 2008
Have you tried clicking tools, folder options and check if hidden files option is activated? try deactivating it by selecting show hidden files in folder option under VIEW tab. Try reinstalling the power cinema software as well and make sure that under device manager when you go to computers properties, that you cam is being recognized by the computer.
Hope this helps
Posted on Nov 15, 2008
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