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Not able to detect my camcorder using FireWire port

Hi, I want to transfer my recording to my PC, but I am not able to connect my GR-D350U to the PC. I looked into the support, it's mentioned somewhere that DirectX 8.1a is required whereas I already have DirectX 9c. Please help. Thanks in advance. Tarun

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  • Tarun Gupta Jul 11, 2007

    Hi, thanks for replying.

    I already have done all this, my camera doesn't get recognized by PC when I put the power button ON.

    Where to go further from here?

    Tarun

  • Tamadrum1 Feb 11, 2008

    I bought a firewire card and installed it. I checked the device manager and there was no yellow question mark. I plugged the cord to the JVC camcorder. In windows movie maker I clicked on the capture from video device and nothing happened. It said that the device was not detected.

  • ketuketeh Nov 07, 2008

    I Have connect my JVC GR-D320E to Acer TravelMate 6292, but nothing happened. Now device detected. I tried to capture using Window Movie Maker, also not found the camera.



    Should we hear any beep when connecting jvc to ieee. I test the cable.. cable okey. using 4pin to 4 pin IEEE1394.

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I have installed a firewire card in the slot of my CPU and connected the cable of the Firewire to my my SHarp camcorder it worked

But recently when I wanted to copy from my Sharp camcorder to my PC , system was not giving the POP up where I could download the recording , I even tried to download from the Movimaker opion , but could not

Please guide me what is to be done

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First check whether you have a DV port in your desktop, in case you dont have it, buy a IEEE1394 firewire card and install it on your mother board in one of the PCI slots. As soon as you restart your system the system will recognize your new firewire card, then connect the camera and pc through a fire wire card. As soon as you put the power button of camera ON the system will recognize your camera. Then using any video editing software you can download.

Posted on Jul 10, 2007

  • kiran babu Jul 10, 2007

    Please connect the camera and pc using a firewire cable and not card, sorry for the mistake.

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