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Recording over copyright

I have a vhs that I recorded of my daughter over 10 years ago and it is telling me it is copyrighted. I don't have a clue why-it is my own recording. How do I get around it to make a copy to dvd?

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One way would be to hook your video up to a computer and record it this way.

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