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Philips hdd120 i have got a philips hdd 120, it works fine on my old lap top, relatives pc but can not get it to install on my new pc. it installs fine but when i open the program it jsut freezes. i have up loaded all the new updates.. any surgestions? simon

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Hi there Well i tried this and it worked Install net framework 2 (from microsoft) Also if you don't want to use the rubbish softward provided Download a programme called HERBERT Select your HDD 120 hard drive from my computer and install HERBERT on there - creat a shorcut of HERBERT to your desktop & you can put albums etc from that (you do have to ensure you have the latest firmware installed - Herbert can do this for you as well Then you should be ready to go - its a lot faster than DMM!!

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