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Can't connect camera to computer

I have followed all the directions and have connected my usb cable to the PC and camera, but the software won't run - says no Everio connected

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  • Anonymous Oct 27, 2008

    I have this problem too. I installed the software and when I connect the camcorder the software program opens up, but when I try to backup it says no everio connected to pc. I have tried 4 different usb cables and still doesn't work. Help!

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Means either istallation is not done properly or there might be a problem in usb cable.take out the usb cable and connect it again tightly then it eill show you on the desk top that Everio is connected.

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