Question about Sony DCR-HC28E Camcorder
I need drivers for DCR-HC54E WITH Computer by IEEE1394 CABLE DRIVE
Posted on Feb 14, 2011
This solution is based on my assumption that you're using the iLink (Firewire/IEEE1394) port on the camcorder, and that you're using a PC running Windows 2000/XP/Vista.
Make sure the camcorder is plugged into its AC adapter, as sometimes people report problems when using battery power. If you're using a laptop PC, plug it into the mains also. Shutdown your PC completely (click the Start button, then choose Shutdown, then select "shutdown my pc" or "turn off") and turn it on again; then plug in the camcorder.
If that doesn't work, try a different port, if you have more than one. Other things to try are a different PC (might be a problem with your port, drivers, or the Windows installation) or a different cable (might be a broken wire inside the cable).
If you get the same problem when using a different PCs and different cables, you should take your camcorder in for servicing.
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