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Indeed it seems that there was a really stubborn bit of dirt on the heads. I had to use the cleaning tape several times to ultimately have a clear picture on record and playback. thanks again ,but successive cleaning can help for an effective cleaning of the tape path and heads.
Hi... If you have a CD installer of your camera you need to install the driver so that you cam can be detected. If your cd is lost you need to visit the JVC site then search the model of you camera, if you can see now the model you can start to download the driver. "good luck"
The JVC USB driver was written before introduction of the Windows XP system. This warning is displayed with other manufacturer’s digital cameras, also, and is not strictly a JVC phenomenon.
In order to use the USB interface between the camera and your computer, select the “CONTINUE anyway” option provided in this warning display. To JVC’s knowledge, there are no negative effects to using JVC driver with Windows XP.