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Installing video stream driver

I am having trouble trying to install video stream driver to connect camcorder to PC. I keep getting 'are you sure you want to remove [sic] all programs?' I have an IBM ThinkPad T30. I am installing with all programs closed and camcorder not connected, using disc from camcorder box. Thanks for any help. mslxl

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SOURCE: I am having trouble trying to install video stream

Windows XP has the stream uptake profile built right into it. You should not need a driver. Plug your cam into your computer and open movie maker (also built into XP) and it will ask you if you want to import. Click yes and then a drop down tab will apeer just choose your dv devise (cam)

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