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Trouble transferring video to DVD

I have video's that I am turning into DVDs. I have been using DVD-R discs and have suddenly found that each time I start the recording processit will stop about thirty to forty seconds into the recording. I once managed to make it into a minutes worth of recording. Once attempting to do the dubb, the DVD is ruined. The machine says it is a disc error, even though the disk was fine before the attempted transfer. The JVC website does not seem to have any information abou this problem.

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have you uninstall and reinstall your burnning software? change your DVD-R brand, slow down your burnning speed, update your mainboard chipset

may help

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