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I have JVC digital video camera GR-DX37AS i have trouble in recording my files from camera to CD via USB mode . the error message shown is USB connection failure

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If Your system is OK with all drivers installed, and before the trouble You have recorded to CD any video from Your camera, try to connect the cam with another USB cable. Then try to connect the cam to another usb port, or better to another PC. If the problem persist, the USB of the cam is damaged and must to be repaired in service center. Best regards.

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