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So this has a built in harddisk or fixed memory that you use to record video to it? You should be able to use the cable supplied to connect it to you computer, windows 2000 upwards xp or vista too, it should detect it as a "mass storage device" or similar. Some manufacturers need 'drivers' to make the storage compatible with windows. If by chance it is outright compatable with windows, you should be able to see this as an additiona ldrive in 'My Computer' icon on your desktop, open it up to view as you would open a CD or a disk by double clicking on the new drive. Then you should find a few folders. By hunting through these you should be able to find ones that have files in them, with luck you can drag the icons of the ones you want from the folder to the desktop.
Does the Camcorder show as a new drive in your 'My Computer' list of drives? Ie C drive D drive and possibly a weirdly named one is the one you're after. You should be able to find the videos in the folders contained on that new drive. Trouble finding it? Open mycomputer with it unplugged, then plug in camera like you're going to download stills, and watch for a new drive to appear. You will have to look through out the folders until you find the videos :o) Hope this helps you,
I am not sure if this will work but at least you could give it a chance..try to use ALCOHOL , DAEMON TOOLS or something similar to make a dvd image on your computer, then burn it on to an appropriate formatted dvd.
Usually if it's a formating issue is because it is a wrong disc. Make sure what format the burner can use meaning if it's a - or +. Also, the sony brand disc don't work with anything but sony stuff so make sure it's not a sony disc.
i suggest you obtain the program cyberlink powerproducer onto your pc which is such a user friendly program to help you burn video from camcorder straight onto a dvd. you should be able to download from the internet.