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Can't get the the Jazz DV151 to communicate with my computer...

I purchased a Jazz DV151 camcorder and I have recorder a few short videos. I am now trying to get the videos to transfer to my computer. I am using a Lexar SD card 2 GB. When I plug both ends of the cord that comes with the DV151 nothing happens. My computer does not even recognize that the device is even attached to it. What would you suggested to do?

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  • yrandall43 Dec 28, 2008

    I finally just took it back to the store that I got it from and they happily exchanged it for a new one. The new one work great. I know just have to figure out how to use the Videoimpresion2 software. Thanks for the help

  • Anonymous Jan 12, 2009

    I got mine for Christmas too but my problem is different. the picture is fuzzy and my words don't match up when i talk...how do i fix that?

  • jjpowerteam Feb 15, 2009

    i have a jazz dv151 camcorder, i have downloaded from the memory card but it still issaying memory is full, can someoe help me

  • Anonymous Feb 22, 2009

    I pretty much have the same problem though nothing is working. It say's the memory card is full and there's nothing on it. Piece of **** is what i'd say this camera is. I'm trying to look at it for a friend who sent me no manual's ha ha. :oS HELP PLEASE

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My wife got the same jazz camcorder.This is what i did to get it to read on my computer.I am running Vista ultimate but im sure this would work for XP as well.I connected the cam to the computer and without batteries i pushed the power button and held for 2-4 sec and voila it found the sd card i had.I am not sure if it works with batteries in it but i figure it should. Hope this works for ya

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