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Cannot transfer from the DVD to my computer.

I know that it filmed cause it plays on the camera, but when I try it on my computer it claims that the disc has no data.

I admit I lost the original software that came with the camera. So I bought Roxio VideoWave. It won't open anything on the discs. I want to make videos of myself singing for YouTube but can't as long as they're on the disc and not on my computer. And Canon only has a telephone number, not an e-mail. I abhor talking to live people. How can I get this darn thing to work?

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Try to use ULEAD MOVIE MAKER as you saving your videod. be sure you have driver for your device so that the computer will recognize it.if that camera has a memory card transfer it and use card reader to save it to your computer. hope that helps!

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