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My PC cannot detect the camcorder (GR-D70AG).

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Try and see if the driver software needs to be installed , if so use the CD that came along or download from the web.
since you have not confirmed the make/model , unable to find a site to suit your camcorder

Posted on Sep 28, 2010

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