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When playing back on my pc, not all the scenes from the dvd are shown.. please help!

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  • no1weirdo Jul 31, 2008

    its a panasonic VDR-D160EB DVD Camcorder. Only shows 6 scenes of 72.

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What camera -?
Which DVD ?
What Computer?

Much more detail is required

Posted on Jul 31, 2008

  • john ash
    john ash Jul 31, 2008

    Have you tried the disc in the computer?
    If so and the computer reads it download this

    www.pcinspector.com
    install it and run it see what happens

    A Google for recovery software will reveal more options.
    Try also the Panasonic support site.


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