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i converted the vmp file to get it to play on nero then burned it to dvd and it all worked good and thanks anyway im quite a bit of a comp wizard is just i never had a dv camera before and thought would post to see if any one would help but u want me to pay and join then get answers i think thats wrong thats not helpful at all..!
If this has always happened in your camera, then it is a Bad feature of the camera. Some cameras dont switch back to the shooting mode after deleting or reviewing pictures.
Try a higher model camera from the same manufacturer to see if they all do it.
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The data cables are diffrent look on ebay for the cameras model number and you will find the data cables their cheap. you could hurt your camera and or computer by using the wrong cable. hope this helps.