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It seems like the only solution is to find a "disc recovery" program to pull the pictures off the CD. I found and bought ($39.00) the program CDRoller. Although it is designed to recover problem files I found it sees the pictures and allows you to move them to your PC hard drive. Take the unfinalized CD, put it in you CD drive and run CDRoller. It finds the DCIM folder. You can open it to get the folder that contains the pictures. Open it and all of your picture file names are displayed. You can select all and do a save. It will ask you where you want to save them and define the folder on your PC. When the save is done your pictures are on the PC and your disc is still unfinalized so you can put it back into your camera and continue to take pictures.
For this camera you can only use the 210 min 156mb disc, if you use some of the newer disc, the camera will act as if it is recording the picture, but when you go back it there will be no photos and you will get a disc error. jusy replace with correct disc
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(Only) this Version of DirectCD 18.104.22.168 is part of Roxio's Easy CD Creator 22.214.171.124 and works with nearly all CD-Drives even with SONY's MVC-CD1000 in Windows XP (Home) and also in mix with Nero's InCD! It is 72MB large uncompressed.
With best results, TOM
So far, I haven't had this happen with my CD1000. I have had the camera and two batteries since two years ago last October. The charge times are definitely less these days, but I don't lose the charge totally.
You might want to check this site http://www.mavican.nu and see if anyone there has had this problem. It is more directed at Mavica users (although many have other Sony cameras as well). There is a guy there who fixes these Mavica cameras, perhaps he may have an idea for you. Good luck!
I am not a techo but if your camera works when it's plugged into the charger but not when just relying solely on the battery, I'd reckon the battery is your problem. It doesn't seem to be holding charge.