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YES.

Connect the PVR to the DVD recorder via scart or RCA phono connection.

Select the relevant input on the recorder, press play on the PVR and record on the recorder.

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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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once the hard drive is removed you may be able to plug it into your PC and gain access to the files on the hard drive. These how ever may be specially encoded and protected files that you cant open.

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