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Re: Hooking up T.V. to my camcorder
Does your TV have an input which would be lited as Video 1?
There should be video and audio outputs from the camcorder and if you have video and audio inputs to your TV you just need a cable and the capability to view it on your TV. If you don't have audio and video inputs to your TV you should check out the sales at the local electronics store. I hope this helps.
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Get a firewire (IEEE-1394) cable insteaad of trying to use USB. Make sure that both camera and computer have firewire ports. Set camera to Tape/VCR or whatever setting you use when you playback your tape on your camcorder. Just leave it on that setting, don't hit "Play" or anything. Make sure that you have rewinded to the spot where you want it to start (a few seconds before, actually).
If you have WIndows Vista, you don't need drivers. The built-in Windows Photo Gallery will recognize it and will ask you if you want to transfer the tape. It will walk you through the whole process, if you want to transfer the whole tape or only parts of it. If you don't have Vista, you might try downloading Windows Live Photo Gallery but I don't know if it has the same functionality.