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I am attempting to convert a vhs tape to dvd. I have purchased a converter and cable to connect with computer via USB all seems OK cannot find if or where it transfers

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You probably need some sort of media player or something that will allow your vcr to play the tapes through the computer and will allow you to save it in some type of format such as windows media player or something. After that you should be able to transfer it to DVD with a program such as roxio. To see if your computer is detecting your vcr hook it up go to my computer and look for a new storage device.

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