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Used trv 9

Someone broke into my house and stole my trv 9. I would like to find another trv 9. SONY says the new cameras wont play back my tapes from the 9. They say i need to send the tapes to sony to convert to dvd. This is frustrating. Can you help. My email is [email protected]
Basil 1-868-3241072 cell.

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SOURCE: Recording of DV tapes onto DVD

i think that you need an I-link cable... i spoke with tech support. your computer may not have an i-link input however. if you had any success please advise me too! thanks!

Posted on Nov 14, 2008

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SOURCE: I was trying to convert 8mm tapes that were

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