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Sanyo XactiVPC-HD1A Digital Movie Camera. Can't download video clips to computer. Computer will not recognise card reader. System set up "by the book" and the software "successfully loaded and reloaded. Have tried on two computers one running Windows and the other Vista

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  • emanders Jul 06, 2008

    1. Camera is new and still under warrenty. I'll have it checked out

    2. Using camera card reader not an external unit.

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Is the camera still under warranty? get it checked / serviced.

what kind of card reader are you useing? the one build in the camera or a external one?

Posted on Jul 06, 2008

  • Ekse Jul 06, 2008

    ok, have it checked and possibly serviced if other problems turn up, drop us a line.



    Thanks,

    Ekse

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