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When trying to dub from dv to dvd it say cannot dub to this disc.

Trying to dub some tapes over to dvd. I use sony dvd-r discs. I have used them before with my 600 and no problem. Now all of a sudden it don't like them. I'm not doing anything different. Plus the machine is pretty much idiot proof or so I thought. Put the tape in , put the disc in press dubbing. choose how you want to dub and wal la you doin it. So if you could help me out I'd appreciate it. I got some jobs that i need done asap. thanks.

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Make sure you are using a -R disc

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