Originally Posted by Dr. Funk
try to take out hard drive, then connect to another computer and burn the videos from that HD to a disc. Then put hard drive back and reinstall windows, and copy files? I guess that's what could be done....
What Dr Funk Said, However you may just want to copy the files over to an external using the same method (it will be quicker for the time being) and burn to disk at another time.
HDD docks are quite cheap nowadays, they used to be tools for Pro's but now open and easy to use. Good Luck.
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