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Ref. Toshiba VCR, model RDXV59DTKB2 I copy ,using the dubbing function, of VHS to DVD. The disc then works in this and most other VCR's but will not playback in my PC nor my portable DVD player. WHY? I have used the following software to solve this problem without success, Windows Media Player, Wndows Media Center, AVS4You, Roxio, NTI Please help as I have lots of VHS tapes to convert to DVD discs. Joe Shepherd, Northants.

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Check if your DVD drive in your computor is the same type as your recorder. IE A DVD + or DVD -.
Some types of drive will not play the others. You might need to upgade your drive in your computer to one that will play nearly all formats.

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Can you provide the model of DVD/VCR player? Not all models do this.

For the ones that can, you need to use the Dub feature. Put a blank DVD (or one with sufficient space) in the DVD tray; initialize the disc if you are using a rewritable disc (RW). Then put the VHS tape into the VCR (you may want to break off the write protection tab). Then set the unit to VCR mode and forwared the tape to the desired recording point (copy-protected tapes can't be copied). Then some models have a dub or copy button on the unit and/or on the remote (press it and follow the onscreen prompts to select VCR to DVD, recording quality and press Enter to start). The copying will stop when you press Stop or run out of space on the DVD. On some models, you need to do this with the on-screen menus. For those, the look for a Dub feature (where it is will vary in the menus - usually in the same submenu as timed recording) and then select VCR to DVD and the rest.

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This is a DVD player. It will not write to DVD but will play discs you have recorded elsewhere. You could (with non-copy protected discs) dub the DVD to VHS. To go the other way, you would need to connect the player to a computer with appropriate software or other DVD recording device.

I hope this helps.

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Copy from vhs to dvd- want to speed process ???


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No Instruction Manual


1. Insert a blank DVD disc in the DVD deck and
close the disc tray.
2. Insert the VHS video tape you wish to copy into
the VCR deck.
3. Find the place on the VHS tape from which you
want to start dubbing using the PLAY, FF, REW
and PAUSE functions. For best results, pause
playback at the point from which you want to
record.
4. Press the DUBBING button on the Remote
Control or DUB on the front panel.
The Dubbing menu appears.
5. Use the arrow keys to select the desired Record
Mode: EP, LP, SP or XP.
6. Select [Dubbing] then press ENTER or DUBBING
to start copying.
7. To stop dubbing at any other time, press STOP (x).
Dubbing will stop automatically when the VHS tape ends.

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I was given a 2007 Toshiba Regza LED television ( I believe it to be LED just because of the Year 2007.) I have the television plugged into the wall standing alone with nothing connected to it no wires no cable boxes nothing. When I push the power button on the side it goes on because the green light is on the bottom it's not flashing but it is on okay. Now what's happening is I'm not getting any picture and I went on to shop Jimmy's and they recommended that I contact you. The back lights are on as I can see through the slots on the back of the television that there is light coming from there. The thing I'm trying to find out if I did the flashlight cuz I couldn't see any picture whatsoever and I don't know I turn the volume up as much as I possibly could through the side and also with the remote. I change the batteries in the remote of course to see make sure that they were working and I shine a flashlight on the screen I could see no picture whatsoever no menu picture no nothing and no sound. So my question is to you, after following shop Jimmy's recommendations it said that if you have your back lights working but you still have no sound or picture then you would need to replace one of two parts or both. I'm not sure what those parts are called I forget but my main question is how much is it to even get those parts and can I still get them. Like is it really worth doing that or should I just go and buy another television. Mind you to see me was given to me at no cost so that is basically the question would it be worth buying those two parts that they recommended and putting them in one at a time or should I just go get a whole new television remember I'm not which call Rich either so... If you could contact me with an answer that would be great please be specific as I am not what you call text Abby okay? I thank you in advance for your time patience and cooperation and helping me to answer this questions. I look forward to hearing from you! Respectfully, Stephanie Whitman PS can this television only be controlled by the remote. There are buttons on the side but to truly get the best quality of the television I would need to use the remote correct?

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