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I can't seem to view my videos from the camcorder on my PC.

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You need to have the proper connections on your PC "firewire" is one and the othere requires that you purchase an adapter (about 50 dollars US) that plugs into the USB port. this converts analog signals to digital which the pc can recognize. Camcorders like the one you have do not use USB directly.

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