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My dell does not see jvc gr-x5ag minidv... driver problem?

Tried 1394 (4-4) cables and 1394-usb...
same result...

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Please use the CD which came with your JVC and install the drivers first, then connect your JVC GR-X5 Mini DV. If you do not install the drivers, your PC will never see it.

If you do not have the CD go to the JVC web site and download the drivers and install it. here is the link to JVC web Site
http://camcorder.jvc.com/index.jsp

Good luck!!!!

Posted on Jun 10, 2009

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