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Panasonic hdc-sd1 FAULT SHOWING ON LCD SCREEN:- PLEASE CONNECT TO AC ADAPTOR AND BATTERY I AM ALREADY IN PC MODE, BATTERY IS CONNECTED AS IS USB LEAD,  BUT MESSAGE IS ASKING ME TO DO THIS, IT WILL NOT LOAD ON TO MY MAC

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  • Anonymous May 10, 2008

    I have the exact same problem!

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    same problem. please help us :)

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    same

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I came across the same problem and even though you seem to be powering the cam from the usb lead and battery, you also need to plug the ac adapter into the camcorder otherwise it won't let you go any further, asuming i'ts not plugged in already, the question isn't that clear...

meanwhile my hdc sd1 is not even turning on, so think yourself lucky

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