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Failure in tape to disc transfer

Every time I go to transfer a VHS recording to a DVD disc at the end of the transfer I get a FAILURE caption and the machine flashes STOP. The DVD has been writen on but will not play in any of my DVD players. The VHS tape has 2 hours of recording on it.

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What kind of software are you using. I have had problems with this type of transfer and I had to use a special transfer device. If you want to know about the device write back and I will tell you how I did it.

Posted on Jan 07, 2009

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