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Unable to transfer video!!

I have a JVC camera and I ordered the USB cable to transfer but my computer won't recognize my camcorder. Am I missing anything?

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Hello,
You must install the software that was shipped with you camcorder. It installs drivers that allow the computer to recognize it.
Install software, Then connect the camcorder. The hardware wizzard will install the drivers for you automatically.

Hope it helps

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