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My camera won't download the movies

I bought the last camera and it came with no software so i can not download movies on too my coumputer only photos please help!!!

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  • josecheo Mar 17, 2008

    Can't download the video from JazzDV165 camera to my computer.....

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Well when you put them on your computer and you click play with WMP and a problem screen pops up in the middle click more info and it should direct you from there

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