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Any way to get i-link cable for jvc D70AS

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am lokking for ieee 1394 i-link cable for the camcoder JVC D70AS. pls let me know if any one is having a spare with you or tell me where i can get one.pls help me.

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I had a house robbery and my computers and all my equipment was stolen while I was on holidays
I require : drivers ,software, cables for my camcorder JVC Minidv GR-D70AS
Any help would be appreciated
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The driver are available in this websites......
http://www.jvc-asia.com/sg/main/download...
There will be a complete driver download for GR-D70 (all version - AS, US, etc.).
The driver will include Decoder, USB driver, and many more inside.


www.fixya.com/support/t128317-jvc_gr_d70as

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