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You may be able to find a cord at Radio Shack or a camera store that might work with your computer. You may have to buy a specialty video card for the pc though. I know my old camcorder has a place for a 3.5 plug and I used it with an S-Vid adapter to connect to my pc but I had to buy a card for my pc
I've had to fix this problem several times. You need to open the 8mm cassette, and manually rewind to where the tape got twisted around. Then untwist it, and manually wind the tape back on the reels. and then put the cassette back together. If the tape isn't torn you should be fine. There might be creases in the tape- but they will only give you a slight picture glitch or drop out. You need to run a head cleaning tape through your camcorder before you try taping again. It might hose up the next tape if you don't.