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Copying vhs to dvd

My machine refuses to copy many of my VHS movies to DVD, saying copying is prohibited. I bought the DMR-EZ47V to copy some of my 1000 ex-rental VHS tapes which take up space I no longer have. Do I now have to throw my DMR-EZ47V in the rubbish??

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  • Anonymous Feb 10, 2008

    I have exactly the same problem and want to copy about 100 tapes looks like a wast of money if I cant find a crack that will allow me to do this

  • Clive234 Feb 10, 2008

    I have the same problem also - tranfrering our VHS collection to DVD

    Clive

  • Anonymous Feb 13, 2008

    my problem is exactly the same as neil's

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You could google for macrovision scart leads that will do the job .
of transfering the vhs tapes to dvd .


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The write-protect tab on the cartridge is set to "PROTECT" or the disc is protected witht the "DVD Management" settings.
Some video tapes on the market(including rental videos) are copy-protected to prevent illegal reproductions. Copy-protected video tapes cannot be properly recorded.
You cannot use the copying function when the FUNCTIONS window, the Scheduled Recording List screen, etc. are displayed.
I hope this information can be of some help to you all. Ms Tanya 2/12/08 3:54AM CST.

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