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SOURCE: what happen to my camera everytime i put it on

you need to install the driver without the webcam connected...it will promt you to connect it at a certain step of the installation progress.if this not works try to update the usb drivers

Posted on Oct 27, 2009

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Ok what ya need to do is look on ya CD that came with ya camera.. on this CD ya should find any and all files necessary to get ya camera to work. One has to install the "Drivers" for the Camera these are usually on the CD supplied with ya camera. If ya haven't got one maybe try Ebay? Also you need to have a look in windows\system32\ for that sonyvu1.sys file.. if it's not there have a look on the CD, OR Driver files.. for that file and copy paste it to windows\system32 that MAY work? BUT I wonder if the Drivers you are using are correct I found some here.. http://www.nodevice.com/driver/company/SONY/Digital_Cameras.html and a troubleshooting manual here... www.docs.sony.com/release/DSCP200.pdf You have to install the drivers and then insert ya camera it should be detected and available as a normal "Drive" & OR thru the software that came with the camera. I hope this all is of some help...

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SOURCE: Windows Vista don't recognize camera's HDD - unknown USB device

lets see if there are vista drivers available for your product.

Posted on Jun 10, 2008

SOURCE: Windows Vista don't recognize camera's HDD - unknown USB device

  • my windows does not recognize my usb plug for my camera.
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Hi, You need to connect the cam and PC using 4 pin to 4 pin firewire cable.  After connecting,
Switch on the cam.  Open Windows Movie Maker and import the video from device. 
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