Question about Sony Handycam DCR-DVD108 DVD Camcorder

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Uploading Problem I cant upload my videos onto my computer. This is what i try to do:1. I plug the camcorder in the computer using a USB cord2. I click the computer button that appears when i turn the camcorder on.3. I says CONNECTING, and it stays like this forever. what did i do wrong or what should i do?

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Re: Uploading Problem

You just need to finalize the disc- i had same problem and just tried it - and it worked straight away, hope it works for you

Posted on Apr 28, 2008

Re: Uploading Problem

The camcorder will keep showing connecting,but it doesnt mean it is not working. Infact it wont show anything more.You have to open picture motion browser,go to file and then import media files.Once you have saved then you can disconnect the camcorder connection.It take a while for the import though.

Posted on Apr 05, 2008

Re: Uploading Problem

U need to buy another cable, its called i.Link, u need to buy this i.Link, then the computer will accept ur new device.. The i.Link cable costs around 40 dolls

Posted on Jan 27, 2008

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