I have a Sony DCRA-C162 camcorder. My last computer crashed and I cant find the disk with the softwear which allowed me to transfer my videos to my computer, or at least to a DVD. Is there an easy way to transfer digital video from my camcorder to my computer? I have the docking station. Thank you.
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Go to the sony web site and download the driver for your camcorder. Search: DCR-TRV330 softwear (or USB drive(r)) When it asks for the CD_ROM part number grab the CD that came with it and type in the number that's under the words USB DRIVE. If you no longer have the CD try this number: 2-515-350-01. It's for the DCR-TRV280. IDK if it'll work for yours. For best results fined some one who has the disk for camcorder. It's not a key/buy code or anything like that. You can use it as meany times as you like. It's just a number that is used to identify the softwear with that type of camcorder.
I bought my DCR-SR40 used (just camera) and I have the same problem. Downloaded the instruction manual from sony and discovered the only way to connect to a computer is through the
Sony Camcorder Docking Station #DCRA-C162 and a Special USB Cable!
ok you need to go to the sony website and purchase a new cd with the software for about 49 dollars, or if you only need the drivers you can get them for free also from the sony website just go to www.sony.com support sesion and download drivers for your camera model