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Power switching problem in Canopus twinpack 100

We have Purchase Canopus twinpack 100 on May 2007. I was working fine but suddenly we have face a problem...while working it itself switching off. whenever we start it again after half an hour its again switch off.What is the problem please give us solution....

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It sounds like the DVDs are protected by Macrovision copy-protection. The ADVC units are not designed to bypass Macrovision copy-protection.

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Remember, it is LEGAL to make ONE (but ONLY one) copy of any copyrighted material for your personal use for backup purposes. In other words, if you do this, you can record the movie into your computer and store it there, or burn it to a DVD (after which you must erase the copy on your computer), but that's all! You cannot make another copy for anyone else - not even yourself - without violating copyright law.
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