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Copying my vhs movies to vhs

I have tried to copy my vhs movies that i purchased years ago and i have tried to copy them to a blank vhs and it says its copy writed can you help me solve this problem
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I find that after 2 years of using my Sima CT-200 GoDVD that I can no longer recored movies from my DVR player. I get an error saying copywrite and shuts off my DVD about 30 seconds later

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