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Pc does not recognise usb cable what else do i need to transfer my data from camcorder to my pc.

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Hi, your camcorder should of come with a CD, you will need this! If you don't have the CD, try going to the website of your camcorders makers and downloading the software from there. Alternatively try a goodle search for the driver?
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