What happens when you use Windows Explorer (or does Win8 call it File Manager?) to try and connect to the camera?
Also, in the OS, when you have that camera connected, and turn it on, do you get the "bing-bong" notes, indicating that the camera is being recognized by the OS?
Your message helped in the sense that it gave me something to
investigate but I'm no nearer being able to add media. TheWindows8 OS
does recognize that I've connected JVC camcorder and tells me how much
spare capacity I have etc. And I do get a ding-**** sound when I
initially connect via AdobePE - but the only message forthcoming is "no
supported device has been detected". It doesn't make any difference
whether I set the camcorder to upload or playback on a PC. John
Date: May 17, 2013 18:20
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What happens when you use Windows Explorer (or does Win8 call it File
Manager?) to try and connect to the camera?
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