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Originally Posted by timecop
You don't need any 'drivers' from Sony. However, you do need to be running Windows XP SP2 with current updates. Please, no excuses that "SP2 sucks" or any other crap. No SP2, go install it. No XP, forget it, this is 2006 not 2000.
* Put camera in "PLAYBACK" mode
* Insert 1394
* Wait for windows to auto-detect D-VHS and install drivers.
|Originally posted by iainross
and when I Click on Sound, video and game controllers as the hardware type there is no Sony or Sony Corp even on the manufacturer list. Help! Can't seem to get the PC to recognize the HC3 as a D-VHS device or even find the drivers manually!
This is the problem im going through. Get so far throught the steps discribed in the link then no Sony listed. Where do i go from here?
Originally Posted by floydman
I apparently never needed to install the driver manually. I've read in several places that the D-VHS drivers come installed in XP already .