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Cables for my GR-DV3000

I need the AV cable and the printer cable that goes under the rubber flap on the right side of the back of my camcorder. I have been unable to get my pc using XP to recognize my camcorder or view videos on a TV. Please advise.

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Re: Cables for my GR-DV3000

Check your other post, i posted links and other information that will help you

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i HAVE THE SAME CAMERA AND HAVE ALWAYS CONNECTED USING A FIREWIRE LEAD WHICH I PURCHASED SEPERATELY it's under oneof the rubber flaps and is called DVOUT. You will need to purchase a firewire lead which has that small connection on one end and whatever size your firewireport connection is, on the other

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