I am using a Burner called Liteonit with my PC computer Features: DVD +RDL 80 % of the DVD's that I copy freeze for 2 or 3 seconds a few times thru out the movie---otherwise the picture is great. I use Sony discs for DL and the office depot brand for single layer. The problem is the same with both. I am using a software called DVD Cloner IV and I have also tried the latest DVD Cloner V--same result.
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As long as the DVD is not copy protected, you can transfer contents onto your PC for viewing. You will need DVD player software which is usually pre-installed on most newer computers, and you can use various programs for coping the files. The Nero 9 Suite http://www.nero.com has programs that will allow you to do this or the NCH Software Suite http://www.nchsoftware.com/index.html has many utilities for video. There are many others available and likely some Shareware as well for this if you Google "Copy DVD to Hard Disk".
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Unless you posted this question in the wrong category, you can't use the Sansui VRDVD4000 to record to DVD. It is a DVD player only, not a DVD burner. It will play and record VHS tapes, but with DVDs it will only play them.
To record to a DVD, you would need a DVD burner. Many modern computers include a DVD burner, so maybe either your computer or someone you know's computer has a DVD burner.
The problem is likely that you are using 8x/2x media. Though the booklet does not say it, the burner does not support anything above 4x for DVD-R and 1x for DVD-RW. Calling their tech support can (possibly) get an update for this problem. Otherwise, the burner cannot use anything but outdated media.