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Trying to copy a DVD--when I insert a blank DVD, it spits it out and asks me to insert another. I have tried with two different blank DVDs, and each time it spits it out without copying, and asks to insert a blank DVD. It does not seem to have a problem copying the original DVD, which, by the way, is not copyrighted.

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1. your DVD blank may be rejected due to the program compatibility.
2. the DVD that is being copied was burn at a certain speed and this may have an affect on the
copy of the original.
3. the blank DVD should have the same capacity as the original or better that is if the
DVD blank has the capacity of 4.5 GB and the original is 8.5 GB then the copy has
reached it's capacity and will be ejected by the DVD burner.
I hope this helps. Have a great day.

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