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Unable to plug into PC

I have one side of the cable hooked up to the camera but I don't know where to put the other side of the cable into the computer.. Is it in the back or in the USB Port?

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Re: Unable to plug into PC

A firefire cable gets plugged into your video card at the back (smae area your monitor is plugged in) providing you have a firewire capable video card. 

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