I don't know for sure but I would be doubtful because you won't have the required sidecar files on the HDR-FOX T2. Hopefully xyz321 will be able to give a definitive answer.I see that there is the humaxrw utility package to copy files from a 9300T to the HDR, question is, can this be used to restore the files back from the HDR Fox 2 onto a 9300T that has been freshly formatted?
I'm guessing that's not what you meant to sayIf a USB drive is present at boot time, the internal HDD is /dev/sda and the USB drive is /dev/sdb. If the HDR-FOX boots without a USB drive present, the internal HDD is /dev/sda and a subsequent USB drive is /dev/sdb.
The first thing to do would be to run the hard drive manufacturers diagnostics on the hard drive. I have seen some hard drives from 9200/9300s in a truly terrible state that would challenge any file system. It is possible that the hard drive is reallocating sectors and has run out of spare sectors.Just have to start again with a freshly recorded drive. Looking at the disk to try copying off again, it shows most of the programmes having file allocation errors, and files are truncating to 385mb! Not sure what’s going on. Maybe humaxrw not compatible with version of 9300T firmware version?