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Unable to download sony handycam movie to computer

Useing windows xp, trying to transfer from camera o computer.
get a unable to detect video camera, useing usb streaming tool,
have loaded he handycam picture package ver.1.5.1,
spvd-012.1
usb driver

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    Shahid Electronics May 11, 2010

    USB port in camcorder is just to transfer pictures of memory stick to PC.
    If Win XP does not recognize camcorder, please go to Menu > USB Stream > ON
    If you want to transfer movie, please connect camcorder through iLink port to PC IEEE1394 port.
    Need further info, let me know.

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Installed macromedia flash player. After a short period of time, left plugged in and running, wizard detection of new program kicked in and went through series of setups. Screen stays small but does allow to download to computer.

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