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Quits after an hour

I have the default settings in place and it is set up to record for eight hours, but after 1 hour it says the disk is full and quits recordinbg ????????

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Re: quits after an hour

When you start the recording have a quick check to make sure it is taping on the eight hour setting and not HQ

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but the quality of the recording will be poor.
3 Press the record mode button until the screen displays the recording speed that you want.
4 Note: if the powers fails or the Machine is unplugged, the machine will automatically reset itself to
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