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Download BurnAware free burner software. Run it. Select Data DVD. Insert a blank recordable DVD in your drive. Add the files you want to backup (photos, music files, documents, etc) and then click on the red Burn button. These files will be burned onto the DVD.
Hello jay_aka_jess This often happens wile using Windows to make copies . Click on " My Computer " select a drive and click on " record" to select the drive you need to make copies with . If this does not work , the easyest way to work around this issue is to install a third party burning software like Nero Burning Rom ,Copy Cd or one of many other free ones available via Google . Best regards , fanaudi .
You are on the right track. Every "multi-format" DVD recorder, DVD burner and DVD-RW drive I have ever owned has had problems with one type of media or another. This is because the discs all have their own patented dye mixtures, and each is a little bit different.
I have problems using Memorex DVD-R discs on my Toshiba DVD recorder. The only drive I can get good results with Memorex DVD-R's is on my Memorex DVD drive.
For DVD-R media, I have had the best success with TDK DVD-R's.So far, they have worked on all my devices.
You may want to try DVD+R media. I use Memorex Lightscribe DVD+R and for dual layer recording, I use Ativa DVD+R DL discs, both of which have worked very well and I rarely have to throw one away.
It takes allot longer, but on my PC I always use the "verify" function to make sure I get a good copy.
Try burning a copy that is recorded at a regular resolution. I think the hd 300 records at its highest setting in blue ray quality. Try something like SD mode. If yours has it. I have a jvc hd camera and its set up this way. Hope this helps.
i'm assuming you have a vcr to play your vhs tapes, just plug your audio/video cord from your vcr(out), plug into the audio/video vc10(in), start playing vcr and press rec botton whenever you want to start to record. make sure you can only use dvd+r. choose the quality for the length of time, at the end press 'function' to finalize the disc, then you are done.