Question about Sony Handycam DCR-HC90E Mini DV Digital Camcorder
My "Sony Handycam DCR-HC90E Mini DV Digital" fell on the ground while on its tripod
now the shutter wont' close
when i try to go to 'tape' or 'memory card' mode the screen is blue then turns black
if i go to the edit mode it says "lens cover not closed, turn power off at once"
if i try to turn the device off it says "Lens cover is not fully closed."
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There is no problem on your camera, DCR-HC19E is PAL system(European system) DCR-HC20 is NTSC(American system). Are you in US or Europe? I think your TV is NTSC, cause the tape recorded on DCR-HC19E you played has no color. To confirm, connect your HC20 to TV in camera mode, not recording yet, just look at the TV as your monitor, If its in color, no problem, just erase the old video recorded on the HC19E, but if its important to you, you can convert it to NTSC using a PC. thanks
Posted on Sep 13, 2007
SOURCE: sony handycam dcr-trv19e mini
Thank for that qestion,
At this point, if you are a lay-man or person you need to eject the camcorder and aloud it open and put under sun light for an hour. If its do the same, take it to a technicain.
but if you are a technicain, dismantle the camcorder and put the machinusm under hot tempreture for 20minute. then mount it back and your camcorder will be fine.
I have done this time and again and it has never fail me.
I hope you will smile.
Posted on Jun 11, 2008
Go to camera menu and enable USB Stream, problem will be solved and PC will recognise your camera.
Posted on Jun 21, 2008
SOURCE: sony handycam dcr-trv19 mini dv
Because of the fact that Microsoft thinks they're so smart and released Windows Vista as their newest piece of ****, this camera will not work with Vista. The drivers for Windows Vista are non-existent. I went to the site for Sony and could only find XP drivers and 98 and 2000. They do not make them for Vista. And of course Vista should have most common drivers preinstalled, yet they don't have this one. I haven't found a way around it yet. I tried to get the drivers for Windows XP and install them. No good! It cannot be used on "this current operating system." Good luck. Hope somebody else finds an answer.
Posted on Dec 25, 2008
you can download the applicable softwares from the following link
select the operating system from the dropdownlist below and if it is XP you have then select XP instead of XP SP2
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
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