Question about Panasonic PV-GS180 Mini DV Digital Camcorder
I am having trouble trying to install video stream driver to connect camcorder to PC. I keep getting 'are you sure you want to remove [sic] all programs?' I have an IBM ThinkPad T30. I am installing with all programs closed and camcorder not connected, using disc from camcorder box. Thanks for any help. mslxl
Windows XP has the stream uptake profile built right into it. You should not need a driver. Plug your cam into your computer and open movie maker (also built into XP) and it will ask you if you want to import. Click yes and then a drop down tab will apeer just choose your dv devise (cam)
Posted on Jan 28, 2010
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This solution is only applicable for the selected camcorder models. You can follow the steps mentioned below for the DCRHC36 models.
Only the USB driver included on the supplied CD-ROM will properly enable the camcorder for USB streaming. The USB Streaming Driver can only be installed from the supplied Software CD.
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