It's for a different model, but it works the same.
In a nutshell, when the "AV/C Tuner" driver request comes up, just cancel the install. Then, it will want an "AV/C Tape Recorder/Player" driver. It "should" install automatically and be instantly recognized. If not, follow the instructions in the guide.
There are also instructions in there for disabling the "Av/C Tuner" every time the deck gets connected. Hope this helps - worked for me! - cliffpro.com
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I can understand your problem. I have the same problem with Windows 7 software for a video capture card manufactured by Canopus (Grass Valley) After much searching and experimenting I decided that the best solution was to maintain a Windows XP machine for this one purpose. In my case it was a cheap solution because I have a collection of Windows machines that I can use. It enabled me to capture my old family movies on DV tape format and then transfer them to my newer machine for editing. Sorry I don't have a better solution, but sometimes technology progresses faster than is convenient for some of us.
win vista and win 7doesn't support usb streaming. the usb driver for this model would not be compatible with your computer's OS. although, you were able to download PMB still this wouldn't work, it's basically an alternative software that you can use with the newer OS. still the device driver would not be installed. and you would get a message that "ilink connection is not detected". the reason you get that is bec the camcorder and the software is intended for use with the dv (ilink or ieee1394) connection. so if your computer has an ieee1394 card and you have a compatible ilink cable,then your good to go,it should be a plug-and-play connection (no drivers required). all you need then would be a video capturing software (like win moviemaker) to transfer videos from tape to PC. hope this helps. thanks :)
Hi... If you have a CD installer of your camera you need to install the driver so that you cam can be detected. If your cd is lost you need to visit the JVC site then search the model of you camera, if you can see now the model you can start to download the driver. "good luck"
you should not need drivers for xp pro if your using a video capture card or a usbconnector but here is a sit to go to for help. http://camcorder.jvc.com/index.jsp if you don't know how to capture with your camera you can click on windows movie maker with your camera hooked up and you will be able to capture from the camera and edit with this program, also suggest you buy adobe premier pro expensive but good for videos.
No driver required for Windows XP. I simply plugged in the camera via FireWire. Windows automatically recognizes it as a digital video device. Then I started up Windows Movie Maker and followed the wizard to capture the movie from my digital video device. It was really easy.
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JLIP Video Capture
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Picture Navigator 220.127.116.11
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