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Before you connect the camera to the computer you have to install the software that is on the CD that came with the camera. When this camera was new, Windows-XP and OS X 10.3.9 were the standard. I think you still can get the correct drivers and perhaps even the complete software on the JVC site, if you can't find the CD. I lost my CD and I still could get the software only a couple of years ago.
I would try the link below if you haven't already. On that page there is a lot of info (terrible support website). About half way down the page there is the link listed below (I copied the title but it listed it as a link.) software and manuals.... Try downloading that file and unzipping it following the directions on the page. I believe that is the driver for the camera. The type of file it downloads is a driver file type. It should work with other software then. I also noticed on the very bottom of the page there is a link for capture and editing software. I went to downloaded it but it wanted a serial number from a camera. I think if you read and look closely you should find what you are looking for on that page. I hope this helps. http://support.jvc.com/consumer/custrel/index.jsp
Hi, Unfortunatley your answer is within your question, in which you say it only came with Driver Support for Win 98, 2000 & XP, basically meaning that your Camcorder is not compatible with Windows Vista. The only 3 Possible choices you have are to
1. Use a friend's PC who has XP installed, and Transfer the Files through using their System.
2. Remove Windows Vista, and Install Windows XP
3. Wait until your Camcorder is supported by Windows Vista.
I seriously should not wait for Option 3 though, as I've had a Philips Webcam for over 2-3 yrs now, and is still not supported by Windows Vista.
I am sorry I don't have a solution for you, but noticed that there is an upgrade for the software that is available from rca. I have no idea if it will work with vista. I tried to download it myself for my xp machine, but since I lost the original cd the upgrade will not work. if you cannot use your cd can you send it to me, I lost mine and I cannot get the pictures off my unit from 2 years ago. where do you live? email me at email@example.com if you can send it to me. I live in Arizona USA thanks
We confirmed the following software and drivers compatibility with Windows 95, 98, and ME.
JLIP Video Capture
JLIP Video Producer
JLIP Video Player
GV-PT2 Printer driver & Capture
GV-DT1 Printer driver & Capture
None of the above software will be compatible with Windows NT. At this time there are no drivers available to make these software programs compatible with Windows NT. There is an update available for the Picture Navigator software to work with Windows 2000 and XP in the Customer Support area of this site. (When executing the update be sure to have Picture Navigator closed).
The following versions of software and drivers will work with Windows XP.
Picture Navigator 188.8.131.52
JLIP Video Capture 3.1
JLIP Video Producer 2.0
JLIP Video Player 1.0
Card Navigator 1.0
buy that wire, check ur camcorder if it has 6pin or 4pin for firewire then check ur pc if it has firewire card...if not you have to purchase the ieee1394card. install it then connect your camcorder to pc through firewire and that will be it.. u also need to have a software for video capturing and editing like adobe, roxio, pinnacle , etc...hope that helps.