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You don't mention models or OSs details so I will have to be general. Some possibilities: Firstly. Make sure that you wait a reasonable time after plugging the camera into USB, before you try and do anything on the computer. It could be that you are interrupting the connection procedures. Secondly. Can you remove the memory card from the camera and put it into a card reader connected to the computer. This is normally the simplest and quickest method. Thirdly. Is all the software that came with the camera still installed properly ? Re-installing this software may solve your problem.
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A common problem is forgetting to reset the USB ports after removing a device previously. Rt Click on the white tick icon (bottom right) and check all relevant USB ports have been cleared. I personally have had big problems with cheap SD cards due to bad contacts, which can be toothbrushed with Isopropyl Alcohol or similar. Another problem is that SOME older laptops/usb SD adapters have limits on the size of data cards you can use. Check manuals &/or try using a small capacity card to check.
Hi, Your device already has an USB 2.0 Hi-Speed interface which is the fastest pc offers right now. You must make sure that your computers usb port is also a usb 2.0 some computers do mix them on one machine . The other problem is that the read speed of the internal memory of your recorder is slow. The average is about 4 megs/sec so if you do the math for a 1 gig movie you have a long wait . Your usb port can transfer 400megs/sec . So what you can try is they now make very fast SDHC cards that can transfer 30meg/sec. Your recorded does take an optional card. Try recording your movie to the new card and and then insert the card into a card readed (USB 2.0) in see if that helps. It may even work if you keep it in the video recorder and use its usb port. Hope this helps
What version of Windows are you using? What happens when you plug in a USB device? Any error messages? Check your BIOS and see if the ports are enabled. If theyre not, then enable them. If youre running Windows 98 Second Edition or newer, the USB port drivers are typically built in. If all else fails, you can purchase and install a USB card. If its an older machine, get the 2 port card, otherwise, the 4 or more port card will suffice. (Some 4 or more port cards dont play nice in older machines.)
I had a similar problem so I put a card with extra USB ports and installed drivers and then they all worked you may be able to get drivers from Most drivers I get are on the web site driverguide.com but you need to register and it is free