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I have some old 3.5 disks from a sony Mavica I had a few years ago and I am trying to recover the pictures. I know that the pictures are on the disk, but I am unable to view them. Any help? Thanks!

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If the disc are 5 years of age or older do not expect to retreive these images. The reason the disc is magnetic and the images will be faded or completely gone. If they were stored in a cool dry place they may still be on there.You will need to use a very older model computer that has the drive to install this disc to download. You can try looking at yard sales or the Goodwill Store for a used computer that works

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