Jvc everio gz mg130 worked fine month and a half, then all of a sudden I get this error message when trying to connect to pc....What's wrong??
USB Device not recognized...computer wonk recognize my
Everio so I can't backup and clear memory....I'm out of memory
"usb not supported" shows on camera while trying to connect to PC.
I had a problem like this -- tried plugging the camera in to the rear USB slots not the front ones and it worked fine.
I think that it doesn't like going via a USB hub, but wants a direct connection. All of the USB ports on my computer are connected direct to the motherboard (i.e. none are on PCI cards or anything), but looking at the hardware info for the computer, it looks like the motherboard has a few "direct" USB connections, and then an on-board hub which the front ports connect to. If your computers are the same, that would explain things. I'd suggest trying each USB port one at a time (turn the camera off before plugging in, and back on when in) and see if one of them works. Wouldn't hurt to power the camera from the mains at the time too.
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Download the patch once again from HERE . Note: Only after you have installed for Everio you can nstall the patch. After you have installed the patch, just connect
your MG130 to your computer through the included USB cable. Then the
software should run automatically.
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Please check the camcorder with another PC so as to confirm the hardware in the camcorder. If this is not detected then there are errors in the camcorder main processing section which is not interfacing with the external port.
however if the camcorder works with another PC then it is possible that you PC has to be reinstalled with the OS and the drivers.
- Make sure you have been installed JVC driver on your PC
- If your PC has multi ports USB, just try other ports to make connection
- check your firewire, it may be malfunctioned . Try other USB cables
Hi, did you try downloading your videos through the included software? It should work best using the included PowerCinema NE for Everio. If you are using windows Vista, then you need to download a patch. Here is the link: http://www2.cli.co.jp/products/ne/update_everioM7SD/pcm4e_update.htm Make sure you have PowerCinema NE for Everio installed before applying the patch. After this, follow a few simple steps. Turn off your camcorder. Connect the USB cable to the computer then to the camcorder. Then, turn it on. The software should load automatically, and using that you should be able to download the files. You might need administrator rights for this.
I had this problem with the GZ-MG505AA (connecting to WinXP SP3). I tried a different USB cable and it worked first time. Not sure what is different about the cables (the original cable worked fine with my WM 6 mobile phone).
Have you tried installing the supplied software the Setup/Install program in Administrator Mode, with Compatibility Mode set for XP?
Install the software like this and AFTER you install it THEN plug in the camera, if it asks for drivers.. let it search the computer point or it to the CD..
Hope this was of some help.