My friend has just come back from holiday where he took his Sony DVD-92E DVD camcorder to record some footage. The problem is that one of the Memorex DVD-RW discs he used to record footage cannot be accessed by his new Dell laptop DVD reader or his standalone DVD player. He gave me the disc to try, and I cannot access it in either my laptop DVD reader or my external Philips Dual Layer DVD-RW drive. Windows XP which we both run, just shows the normal empty drive icon in 'My Computer' The disc however, plays back and is readable fine on his camera. Also, the disc has been Finalized. Now there is some debate whether this camera has either a useable Firewire port or USB port to drag data off the disc when it is in the camera's drive. Most people think that the cameras 'hidden' sockets are only used as Sony service sockets and are not for public use. So my question (finally) Is there any software or hardware solution availble to read this disc? Has anyone heard of this problem before, and what actually has gone wrong? If you can be bothered to read, the debate on the Sony camera is here http://www.camerahacker.com/Forums/...mera/Sony/usb_drivers_for_sony_dcr-dvd92.html Thanks for any help.