Question about JVC Everio GZ-MG360 HDD Camcorder
I have a GZ-HD320 ... when I open the LCD screen the video camera should (and did) start up ... the HD would spin up and the lens cover would open and it would be ready to shoot. Now, after just 1 week (it's brand new) I find that the camera doesnt fire up ... the HD spins up, but the lens cover doesn't open and the 'lazer strip' down the side of the LCD does this 'Knight Rider' thing. After 10 secs both the Access & Power/Charge lights start flashing together.
Any ideas anyone??
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The short answer is that unless JVC have released a firmware upgrade to this model, currently its not support for use on vista.
You can try here though, for some upgrade info,
Posted on Dec 10, 2008
Or if you want an easier solution download storm codec pack at
(23mb .exe file)
and you can easily open these .mod files, as well as almost any video file you throw at it!.... then convert for youtube using the youtube downloader at
as it helps to compress big files into .WMV without losing video quality and also converts to avi, mpg, mov with only a couple of clicks.
Posted on May 20, 2009
I HAVE FOUND THE ANSWER!
this is a strange method so bare with me (found the solution on another site)
turn on the camera and then hold it upside down then for want of a better word "tap" the camera near the lens (i tapped the mic in front of the flash) and hey presto your image will return!
dont ask me what this does as i have no clue, it might have the same error after you switch off the cam but just follow the same method and it will show images. or if your not happy giving your camera a slap then speak to JVC or any camera repair centre.
heres then link where i found this solution
Posted on May 21, 2009
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