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Software to allow viewing of photos without a finalized disc

My computer crashed. XP Home Edition. I had something on the computer that would read my disc without having to finalize it. I could take it out of the camera, copy photos to my computer and put it back in the camera. It used the DCS numbers for each photo. I could then label the disc to match. Can't remember what software I used. Please help! sandyhart@juno.com

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Hi There, My name is Peter and believe it or not I've just purchased a new computer which has Vista I tried to load the CD without success
Can you please help me as I love this Sony Camera

Posted on Oct 15, 2008

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