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ILink cable and laptop

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I have a Sony camcorder model dcr-trv 280 and a toshiba laptop. My camcorder is digital and analog. I recently bought a Belkin iLink cable to connect my camcorder to my laptop. Unfortunately, the end of the Belkin cable is not compatible with the ports on my laptop. Is there some sort of connector or converter that I can put on the end of he iLink cable to connect it to my laptop?

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I would have to consult your manuals.

I think that you are saying you want to connect USB. Nearly all computer ports are the SAME. [USB A]. Devices, on the other hand have maybe 6 connections. A very popular one is like a mini-usb. Look in the manual for what it says it is, take the camcorder with you when you exchange the cable.

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