For all discussions regarding the JVC HM-HDS1 (40GB hard disk and S-VHS recorder)
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I had a JVC HM-HDS1 HDD/SVHS Recorder but after crash it was not possible to repair so I had to throw it away
But I saved the HardDrive and thought it might be possible to save a lot of interesting recordings but when I try to access the HD connected to a PC no files is found
any help for converting to Windows filesystem!?!
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name: Göran Krister Sundqvist (gks.se)
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The filesystem is unknown. It was developed for JVC in a hurry by Fujitsu. The only thing we know is that all the video recordings are on there in mpeg transport streams. I don't know how to get these off the HDD. Perhaps someone with very good HDD skills could tell us how?
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