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Cannot install Installed software as directed, restart computer,connected usb to camera screen comes up "usb Device not recognizes" This is new received for xmas.

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  • anonamouse May 11, 2010

     This camera is a piece of ****.  I've done everything you can think of, but Winder$ won't connect even if it recognizes the camera.  Says you need i15l.dll.   Got a copy and it still doesn't work.


      Trashcan Xmas present.

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you need to have the software drivers installed..buy the cd..otherwise nothing will download or upload...instructions are included in adobe format

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If you are still having problems getting the computer to recognize your camera after all of this then there maybe a hardware problem with either the camera or your computer. An easy way to check this would be to try another USB device in the port that you are trying to connect your camera to. If the device works then either your camera, or the cable you are using may be defective. You would have to take your camera and cable to a Sony store to have them check them out.
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