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At times the "failed to build a preview graph" error measage appears when the editor has a problem with the capture file format. By STUIO 8 I presume you mean PINNACLE STUDIO 8? Try changing your capture settings, like MPEG to AVI or vice versa.
Otherwise download the latest patch for Studio 8 from www.pinnaclesys.com . It's free if you have registered your copy of the software.
Let's hear from you again. All the best.
There is a firmware update available for your Camcorder at this link http://esupport.sony.com/US/perl/swu-list.pl?mdl=MHSCM1&SelectOS=7 Download and follow the site instructions for installing it. The high capacity memory stick PRO is probably beyond the current camera's capacity to recognize and the firmware update should fix it.
Check with JVC and your manual to ensure that this camera can be used as a still camera when connected to the PC. I think even some high end cameras do not have this functionality. You don't say which version of Windows you are running.
I would check with JVC's web site or on your driver disc to see that there are WDM / TWAIN drivers to allow your GZ-MG130 to be seen as an imaging device in Windows.
I've seen that before. It can be a loose connection (cables can be tempramental). I've changed what appear to be perfectly good cables, and which work fine on another computer, with a different cable and it worked. Also, some computers seem to care about sequence. Close the program with the camera connected, and on, and reopen it. Sometimes that works. Videoteacher
Have you tried installing the supplied software the Setup/Install program in Administrator Mode, with Compatibility Mode set for XP?
Install the software like this and AFTER you install it THEN plug in the camera, if it asks for drivers.. let it search the computer point or it to the CD..
Hope this was of some help.