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Copying the data to my laptop

I have lost my utilities CD and not sure how to copy the data I have on my DVD. Can you let me know how I need to copy the data on to my Laptop and also where can I get the utilities software on the net.

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We're you able to find the Picture Motion Browser software? If so where can I find a copy?
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Posted on Mar 31, 2008

I just had an online chat with SONY and they told me that I had to BUY a new CD. Needless to say i will NOT be doing that!!!!! I will find a copy and upload the files for teh world!!!!!

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If that's not the case, make sure you do in fact have a DVD in there instead of a CD. Also, make sure your program is set up to copy to DVD instead of CD. You might have hit an arrow and inadvertently set it to CD.

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All of the above is true, didnt write it myself copied it from a good friends post. It is probably the data itself that is corrupted. Doesnt mean the data is gone. Try running a disk defrag, if that doesnt work try copying it to a cd/dvd and see if you get the same error. If you dont, flash your bios. This should explain your problem, if it doesnt follow up with me, email address is kustom42 at gmail.com.

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When everything has been saved do a Complete Recovery using the Sony Recovery CD.
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