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Dvd and vcr recorder

If i try to record off certain stations on tv ( encore western channel ) the machine is telling me this is copy protected and i cannot record the programs this does not happen on other channels

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Re: dvd and vcr recorder

Well LG makes this unless you can find a firmware up then you must order some DvD-RW with CPRM this allows you to copy your shows once then recording over them.I got this from LG.It's a common firmware problem that started when digital signals got sent with copy right protections.

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