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I can't transfer videofiles since my Win Vista Premium laptop doesn't recognize JVC Everio Camcorder

Please help me since I'm stuck here. Got this JVC Everio 130 HDD Camcorder a month ago. Made a lot of movies on it on a holiday and now I want them transferred to my HP laptop but it keeps telling me I haven't installed the drivers/camcorder!? I got a DVD called JVC Digital Photo Navigator Ver. 1.5 for Windows with CyberLink sowtware, which I've already previously installed. Help!
Could it be I've virus undetected hidden in Windows?

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  • coalman64 Jan 21, 2009

    i transfer my videos, but all i get is the sound and a green screne

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U dosn't install the software properly .again start installing the software in your laptop carefully then it may solve your problem .

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