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I get error message that says my home videos are copyrighted and will not let me transfer to DVD.

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Have you loaded the latest drivers - I have seen that before, and it is a 'standard' legal message for EVERY video in. It should let you continue.

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https://www.pctechguide.com/how-to-transfer-your-vcr-tapes-to-dvd/rip-import-copy-vcr-vhs-video-and-burn-to-dvd-with-nero

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