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PC can not regconize Camcorder

I used the cable to connect my camcorder to PC. The cable has the DV connector to plug in the camcorder, the another as USB connector to connect to PC. My PC can not recogize the camcorder. What should I do? I will install something or I have choose the wrong cable. Please tell me the detail solution to fix this issue. Thanks.

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Hi, Beside the dv cable, your PC must have a firewire card. USB connection is no good to transfer video to your PC. I have no problem with windows XP. See http://www.videohelp.com/. good luck

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