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Tring to connect a sony video camera to my Gateway notebook

I have connected the video camera but everytime i try to open the sony package it tells me to install Macromedia Flash Player. What i am trying to do is a Dvd

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Macromedia's Flash Player is commonly used within video handling packages as a utility to enable compatibility across systems and platforms. It is available as a free download from Macromedia via the Internet. Suggest you install it as instructed to enable you to complete your DVD write.

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