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Transfer from md10000 to PC

When Im connecting fire wire cable my PC does not recognise camera.
What Should I to do?

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If the pc is ok but doesn't recognize this cam then the fire wire port in the camcorder is damaged and it needs further investigation inside, AND TRY ANOTHER CABLE FIRST OF ALL.

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