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Well it need service to be obtained as soon as possible.This camcorder needs to be disassembled and dried out quickly in order to preserve it. Suspect that a fuse in power supply has opened to protect internal circuits as well as hd (hard drive), which is probably your power problem, but this needs to be opened,examined and dried (pc boards cleaned as liquid corrosion may occur). You can use a hair dryer to dry it, but do not use high heat.
some of those batteries come with a lid on the face side of the battery where u insert a power cord in order for the camcorder to get power from the battery. (strange........ I know). the battery mounts on the camcorder but acts as as an external source of power. a cord needs to be plugged into the battery and then int the ac adapter jack in order to send power.... that is if it is anything like my camcorder.
It is easier to connect your camcorder through the included "PowerCinema NE for Everio". First (since you're running Vista), you have to download a patch. Here is the address: http://www2.cli.co.jp/products/ne/update_everioM7SD/pcm4e_update.htm
Note: Only after you have installed PowerCinema NE for Everio can you install the patch. After you have installed the patch, just connect your MG130 to your computer through the included USB cable. Then the software should run automatically. Hope this Helps