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I RECORD DVD A PARTY EVENT ON MY NEW VDR-D310.WE WACHED THE RECORDED SHOW FOR A FEW TIMES AFTER THAT WE LOST THE DATA.HOW DO I GET THE LOST DATA CAN YOU GUYS HELP ME PLEASE. THANK YOU

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U need to have data recovery software for dvd. u can get it here.

Posted on Apr 14, 2008

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    prasanna n Apr 14, 2008

    u can also get it here for free download.

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