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How do I get my JVC MiniDV GR250AA to down load onto computer have just installed software and a firewire card etc says every thing is working but will not capture video. any Ideas?

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Found a Forum with the same question and it had a lot of answers for the same problem. Had to go to the MS website and down load a security update for xp sp2 to reset the iEEE ports so that the w/movie maker would capture the video and audio.

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