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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This error message means that there is not enough space in the location you are copying to (internal memory or card). Delete pictures from the location you are copying to, or turn off the camera and insert a new memory card.
Posted on Aug 29, 2005
By pressing the Power button for >10 seconds you can force the unit to turn off. Immediately as the unit does, press the disk eject button and the defective DVD can be removed. Don't put it back in, or the problem may repeat!
Posted on Mar 22, 2008
SOURCE: DVD copying
The 120 minutes that you see on the DVD cover is the amount of space you would get in the default recording bit-rate. You can increase the bit-rate on this unit by selecting the recording mode before you begin recording. The options are:
XP - 1 hour, highest bit-rate, least compression, best picture, larger file-size.
SP - 2 hour, default bit-rate, standard compression, good picture, average file-size.
LP - 4 hour, lower bit-rate but double horizontal resolution of LP mode on other units, higher compression, good picture.
EP - 6 or 8 hours (depending on setup options), low bit-rate, high compression, below average picture, small file size.
Because you cannot do VBR recordings durring dubbing, you will have to either:
-set the record mode to SP and have 50 minutes of left-over space, or
-leave it set to XP mode and cut 10 minutes off of the VHS.
Posted on Apr 05, 2008
SOURCE: Not enough disk space to copy
Scan the drive due to possibly virus managing your disk drive. Virus can easily access through USB hard drives. If not solve the problem, so its better to format.
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
SOURCE: not enough space
You need on your hard drive at least twice the size of the files youre copying (Example: a single layer DVD holds 4.3 to 4.5 GB of data, you need at least 10 GB free space to copy this disk). Not only do you need free space for the copy, you have a temp file thats just as big thats created while the disk is being copied. Check your free space before attempting the copy process. If youre trying to copy DVD movies, these disks are protected and cannot be straight copied through your burning software. We dont condone piracy here so google DVDShrink and DVDFabDecryptor, and how to use them. Good luck.
Posted on Mar 24, 2009
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