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I cannot seem to output my video back into my camcorder from my new HP DV5 1199 ei through my ieee 1394 port.

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First, make sure your camcorder is turned on in VTR mode and the tape in it is not write-protected (check the sliding switch on the tape).

Then try WinDV - it is a simple program that is helpful for troubleshooting.

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