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    Sony HDV Video Capture

    Hi, I have a Dell XPS 410 desktop running with Windows XP Service Pack 2. I recently bought a Sony HDV video camera which I want to connect with my system. As per Sony XP SP2 should automatically detect this camera but when I connect the same and go into Device Manager I cannot see my camera anywhere. I think it should recognized atleast in DV mode instead of HDV.

    When I searched for solution on Web and Microsoft.com ii came to know that I need to go through several files which I donít think are available on my system. They are as follows:

    Sony D-VHS driver
    And the following files...

    Windows XP 32-bit versions
    Date Time Version Size File name
    -----------------------------------------------------------
    15-Feb-2003 00:22 5.3.16.3 24,576 Xpsp1hfm.exe
    13-Dec-2002 00:13 5.1.2600.108 49,920 1394bus.sys
    09-Nov-2002 13:48 5.1.2600.105 46,720 61883.sys
    09-Nov-2002 13:48 5.1.2600.105 24,448 Sonydcam.sys
    13-Jan-2003 23:53 5.1.2600.1156 50,816 1394bus.sys

    Somebody please provide some solution.

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    Re: Sony HDV Video Capture

    I think you should get the drivers on Sonyís website itself. By the way you havenít mentioned the exact make and model of your Sony camera. I would have provided its drivers download link which would have solved the problem.

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