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Battery died in the middle of finalizing

I was finalizing a disc and trying to get the power cord plugged in, but I was too late and the battery died. Now the disc won't play anywhere but in the camcorder. I can't unfinalize it, finalize it, nothing. I tried to hook up the USB to my computer, but it says the disc is not formatted or incompatible. Please help!

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Hi, If you want to edit the video, try copying the unfinalized VOB or VRO file from the mini-DVD onto your harddrive by just putting it on the dvd drive of your pc.. u can use premire or some other tolls to get the work done and finally burn it another dvd as you like. good luck my friend sreejith

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