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Trying to tranfer digital video camera video to my computer

I have a GR-D54E camera connected via USB lead.
The computer is not showing the video on windows movie maker and cannot import video ! to make a DVD.
My system is running with Vista Basic
Can someone please help it's a video of our Wedding I have just recieved .
I downloaded the drivers for the camera online as I cannot find my cd-rom. Drivers are ''Victor''.

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Hi, Install the drivers for GR- D54E - Connect the Camera with the computer - Click the removable disk beside CD/DVD drive. and copy and paste it in ur computer.
Thank You & Regards, Hussain .B

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I think you may need to connect the camera via Firewire, I've checked the specs of your camera and it seems to be minidv and has a firewire port. A lot of video editing software will not detect your camera unless it is connected via the firewire port. you need to check if your pc has one first of all you can do this by going to control panel/ network connections and see if there's an icon for 1394 Connection if there is then you have firewire, so you then need to see which type of socket it is on your pc and on your camera and purchase a suitable cable. Take a look here for a reference http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FireWire If you don't have firewire you can buy a firewire pci card that will slot into your computer which will contain 3 or 4 ports.

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