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Can't afford a tv card to be put in my new laptop

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If you cant afford a TV card on your laptop and you have a digital camcorder that supports AV-IN. When you do this Igo from my VCR to the camera then to a firewire port on the PC. The camera will acts as a bridge. then burn the cd with the software Nero 5.5xx .

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