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JVC GR-D250 not recignize using firewire windows vista

Hi,
I just got new PC. My JVC GR-D250 digital video camera was working with windows xp using USB. I tried to connect using firewire but nothing happen on pc side.
How can I know, what is the problem?
Is it require to install any driver for vista? If yes where can i get it?
I never used firewire before. What should happen when i connect the wire
and turn on the camera. I assume it will be same like usb...new hardware found etc. Or driver not recognze etc.
But in my case it is not giving me any messages.

plz guide me, thanks,

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  • Anonymous Aug 27, 2008

    Until recently my camcorder was working OK, but when I went to capture my latest video, my Pc is not showing it as installed. I have changed the Firewire cable, but the problem persists

  • keithcook06 Aug 27, 2008

    My PC has stopped responding to my JVC GR-D250 recently. When I connect the Firewire cable to my camcorder, I get 3 tones from the PC but no New Hardware found window. I have changed the firewire but the result is the same.

    regards,

    Keith Cook

  • Anonymous Sep 01, 2008

    just got new PC. My JVC GR-D250 digital video camera was working with windows xp using USB. I tried to connect using firewire but nothing happen on pc side.
    How can I know, what is the problem?
    Is it require to install any driver for vista? If yes where can i get it?
    I never used firewire before. What should happen when i connect the wire
    and turn on the camera. I assume it will be same like usb...new hardware found etc. Or driver not recognze etc.
    But in my case it is not giving me any messages.

    plz guide me, thanks,

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How do you put it in memory mode. I have the same problem.

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Put it in memory mode and try.if it showing there is no any problem with camera and you pc,because this camera when it is in cassette play back mode it is not supporing with pc.

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