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What kind of usb cable do I need to connect to my computer? Can I just insert my disc directly into my computer to upload?

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  • ajcorder Dec 21, 2008

    Do i need a disk for a handycam program to read my disc?

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Hi

U can directly insert the cd to ur system...

For usb cable see the catalog...

Thank you

Posted on Dec 21, 2008

  • k530i Dec 22, 2008

    HI

    U can directly put into the system...

    For more details see the user manual...

    Thank you


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each computer have a functioning network interface with an external jack for the cable, and
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