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Anonymous
October 17, 2004 9:57:03 AM

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Hi dear Sony and XP users,

I'm having the same problem as many of you have in getting my Sony digital
DV camcorder recognized by and working together with Windows XP Professional.
In my case it concerns a Sony DCR-TRV16E camera. Of course I tried all the
obvious recommendations like changing cables, trying different IEEE1394 ports
of different cards and what not. Having read the problems reported on this
newsgroup I have the feeling that this is not a specific problem but a more
general one that needs to be resolved by either Sony or Microsoft. What
bothers me is that at both ends no serious solutions are offered in the form
of driver updates or patches. My questions therefore is "Do Sony and
Microsoft care at all and recognize this as a serious problem for their
users?". Is someone aware of a good solution to this problem or does someone
know when or if Sony and Microsoft will solve the problem eventually?

Cheers,

DaVinci
Anonymous
October 17, 2004 12:17:01 PM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.video (More info?)

"DaVinci" wrote:

> Hi dear Sony and XP users,
>
> I'm having the same problem as many of you have in getting my Sony digital
> DV camcorder recognized by and working together with Windows XP Professional.
> In my case it concerns a Sony DCR-TRV16E camera. Of course I tried all the
> obvious recommendations like changing cables, trying different IEEE1394 ports
> of different cards and what not. Having read the problems reported on this
> newsgroup I have the feeling that this is not a specific problem but a more
> general one that needs to be resolved by either Sony or Microsoft. What
> bothers me is that at both ends no serious solutions are offered in the form
> of driver updates or patches. My questions therefore is "Do Sony and
> Microsoft care at all and recognize this as a serious problem for their
> users?". Is someone aware of a good solution to this problem or does someone
> know when or if Sony and Microsoft will solve the problem eventually?
>
> Cheers,
>
> DaVinci
Anonymous
October 17, 2004 12:19:03 PM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.video (More info?)

"roberto cruz leyva" wrote:

>
>
> "DaVinci" wrote:
>
> > Hi dear Sony and XP users,
> >
> > I'm having the same problem as many of you have in getting my Sony digital
> > DV camcorder recognized by and working together with Windows XP Professional.
> > In my case it concerns a Sony DCR-TRV16E camera. Of course I tried all the
> > obvious recommendations like changing cables, trying different IEEE1394 ports
> > of different cards and what not. Having read the problems reported on this
> > newsgroup I have the feeling that this is not a specific problem but a more
> > general one that needs to be resolved by either Sony or Microsoft. What
> > bothers me is that at both ends no serious solutions are offered in the form
> > of driver updates or patches. My questions therefore is "Do Sony and
> > Microsoft care at all and recognize this as a serious problem for their
> > users?". Is someone aware of a good solution to this problem or does someone
> > know when or if Sony and Microsoft will solve the problem eventually?
> >
> > Cheers,
> >
> > DaVinci
October 19, 2004 4:49:06 AM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.video (More info?)

My camera books says to use the i.LINK (DV) jack to connect your camcorder
and computer. I had a successful transfer to my laptop, but I can save it to
a CD.
Hoping to find someone who has the same problem.
Carol

"roberto cruz leyva" wrote:

>
>
> "DaVinci" wrote:
>
> > Hi dear Sony and XP users,
> >
> > I'm having the same problem as many of you have in getting my Sony digital
> > DV camcorder recognized by and working together with Windows XP Professional.
> > In my case it concerns a Sony DCR-TRV16E camera. Of course I tried all the
> > obvious recommendations like changing cables, trying different IEEE1394 ports
> > of different cards and what not. Having read the problems reported on this
> > newsgroup I have the feeling that this is not a specific problem but a more
> > general one that needs to be resolved by either Sony or Microsoft. What
> > bothers me is that at both ends no serious solutions are offered in the form
> > of driver updates or patches. My questions therefore is "Do Sony and
> > Microsoft care at all and recognize this as a serious problem for their
> > users?". Is someone aware of a good solution to this problem or does someone
> > know when or if Sony and Microsoft will solve the problem eventually?
> >
> > Cheers,
> >
> > DaVinci
!