Question about Sony Handycam DCR-TRV520 Digital Camcorder
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Go to camera menu and enable USB Stream, problem will be solved and PC will recognise your camera.
Posted on Jun 21, 2008
SOURCE: sony handycam dcr-trv19 mini dv
Because of the fact that Microsoft thinks they're so smart and released Windows Vista as their newest piece of ****, this camera will not work with Vista. The drivers for Windows Vista are non-existent. I went to the site for Sony and could only find XP drivers and 98 and 2000. They do not make them for Vista. And of course Vista should have most common drivers preinstalled, yet they don't have this one. I haven't found a way around it yet. I tried to get the drivers for Windows XP and install them. No good! It cannot be used on "this current operating system." Good luck. Hope somebody else finds an answer.
Posted on Dec 25, 2008
you can download the applicable softwares from the following link
select the operating system from the dropdownlist below and if it is XP you have then select XP instead of XP SP2
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
win vista and win 7doesn't support usb streaming. the usb driver for this model would not be compatible with your computer's OS. although, you were able to download PMB still this wouldn't work, it's basically an alternative software that you can use with the newer OS. still the device driver would not be installed. and you would get a message that "ilink connection is not detected". the reason you get that is bec the camcorder and the software is intended for use with the dv (ilink or ieee1394) connection. so if your computer has an ieee1394 card and you have a compatible ilink cable,then your good to go,it should be a plug-and-play connection (no drivers required). all you need then would be a video capturing software (like win moviemaker) to transfer videos from tape to PC. hope this helps. thanks :)
Posted on Mar 30, 2010
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