PC does not recognise Camcorder when connect via USB Cable
PC Running Windows XP
JVC USB Driver Windows Macintosh CD - Digital Photo Navigator Ver 1.0, G.726 Decoder. Image Mixer with VCD Ver 1.1 for Windows.
When CD is run it comes up with error to installation. Please help
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What you are going to want to do is by a capture card. Like pinnacle and it will come with software and everything you need. You can purchase an internal or an external. The photo navigator would only be for photos anyways. If you need any help locating this hardware/software let me know. Thanks, Lee
sack whoever told you not to use firewire - buy a card for your PC and cable suitable for the camera (likely to end up being a 1394 to iLink). USB is wholly unsuitable (1.0/1.1 is too slow and 2.0 not stable enough) for transferring video at the bitrates that come from DV. Firewire is designed almost exclusively for high-bandwidth applications such as this.
try to plug it to a fresh windows xp. install your driver and i think that would be recognizable by your computer. i had the same problem just like yours with my computer but after i format my pc and installed a new windows xp service pack 2 with other drivers, it is now detectable. hope that helps!
See to it that you have an OS which is XP version or Vista Version. then Plug your camcorder, if it detects low power transfer the connection at the back of your PC, then double click you my computer icon see if another drive come out, if it has then thats it, double click the new drive then locate all your files then copy and paste it unto your PC.
if still didn't work out I'm sure it has a CD suite then install it. Thats it..
Since videos are taped in DV format, you need a firewire card (IEEE-1394) and cable. These are cheap. May be your PC already has a firewire card. Just check. Windows XP recognises automatically the camcorder. Moreover, its integrated video capture/editing module, Windows Movie Maker, is very userfriendly.
USB connection is only good for downloading still images (photos) to your PC. For more information, go to http://www.videohelp.com/.