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Can connect my PV-GS2 to my computer thru IEEE-1394 nor USB

My computer can't recognize PV-GS2 after I had to reformat and re-install Windows XP on it.  Panasonic Website has thre applications to download and install. I've downloaded them and installed, but when I connect the camera, the computer says a new hardware was found (shows GS2 camcorder message), ask OK to find the driver and install, but can't find the driver and install. I manually choose the directories where I download the softwares, but Windows can't find the driver. It seems that those applications are not drivers, but only tools to download pictures and video from the camera. But there are only those files to be downloaded from Panasonic Suport pages. Is there a driver file for PV-GS2 on IEEE-1394 ??? Some one could help me PLEASE... :o(

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    CAN'T connect my PV-GS2.....

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