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VHS PROBLEMS Hello I have my wedding video on a vhs and the **** that taped it didnt turn the light on and my wedding was at night outside. You can hear everything and see a street light but that is it. does anyone know if this can be fixed.

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Hi how unfortunate.. It think it maybe possible to indeed recover something worthwhile if you take it along to a professional video processing Lab. Find a reputable one and explain ya problem.. they may be able to render it to another medium like say a DVD.. and perhaps can adjust settings so that the images are resolved.. I wouldn't expect too much though.. but these days ya just never know, as some of the software and expertise is amazing..so G L.

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