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Sony handycam dcr-trv140 driver and software for windows 7

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May 28, 2012 7:15:41 PM

i have software/driver included with purchase in 2000, but not working with windows 7; reading in online forums all sorts of problems with sony transfer to pc; need current solution that is simple enough for beginner like myself; help!!!
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May 28, 2012 8:31:14 PM

shallski said:
i have software/driver included with purchase in 2000, but not working with windows 7; reading in online forums all sorts of problems with sony transfer to pc; need current solution that is simple enough for beginner like myself; help!!!

Get a new win7 supported camera
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May 29, 2012 1:40:00 PM

ksiemb said:
Get a new win7 supported camera


yes, am able to record current events with our canon or panasonic lumenix or smartphone, so no prob with that; still need to get that old stuff transferred, then retire that handycam!!! got a quote from service that will do transfer to dvd or external hard drive that i provide along with firewire, for $15/tape; we have 25+ tapes! cost to take this route around $500 including all expenses, we are thinking must be less expensive way to do; still looking for that key to solving this, but getting frustrated...anything????
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November 14, 2012 4:11:14 PM

Hey, my family had a Sony handicam as well and in order to do the transfer to dvd, we bought a dvd recorder with rca inputs and did a direct transfer to dvd using that. Basically,you connect the av to rca cable to your camera and the rca plugs into the dvd recorder. Put your digital8 or hi8 tapes into the handicam and play them while pressing record on the dvd recorder. My dad did this with a ton of tapes and now uses the dvd recorder to record shows and what not. Those can be purchased for about $100 now.
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