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Sony Camera Powers off when trying to upload video to WVM

My camera turned off while sticking the cord that is used to transfer the videos to the computer. I tried charging it but there is no indication of charging. I tried switching batteries, it would'nt turn on. Help. What's wrong?

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I think u messed it up when u diconnected the device from the cpu...when u dont eject it first the software fu-cks up my ni-gga so what i suggest is goin 2 an electronic store nd askin the expert if not take the camra and simply shove it right up ur tight as-shole bi-tch...

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