When I connect the DV to my computer with USB cable, the computer show me it's a unknown device, I download several drivers from JVC WEB, but it doesn't work.
My Notebook: Lenovo sunrise 410L
System: Windows XP SP2
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Turn the power switch on your camcorder to "Off." Connect the USB cable that came with the camcorder to the USB port on the camcorder. If you are using the DV cable, connect one end of the cable to the computer first. Put the other end of the USB cable into the USB port on your computer. If you are using the DV cable, connect it to the camcorder. Power on your camcorder. Wait while your computer recognizes the attached JVC GR-D270U camcorder. Typically you will get a pop-up on your screen asking how you want to proceed once the camcorder has been recognized. Open your video editing software, such as Adobe Premiere, Roxie, iMovie or Windows Movie Maker. Import, or capture, the video from the camcorder to your computer using the video editing software. For example, in iMovie you click on "File," then "Import from Camera" to download the movie from your camcorder to the computer.
Usually that tells you that the driver may not be installed. Remove he camera from the USP or however you have it connect to the computer and try to re-install the drivers with the software that came with it. This is all I could find on your unit at this time. http://support.jvc.com/consumer/custrel/software_files/720.exe
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