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Copy from VHS c to DVD

I can not seem to convert from VHs C format. The recording process starts then it stops after a few minutes. It acts just like it is making a chapter.

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    Have a problem dubbing VHS to a DVD

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Older movies will do that w/out problem. newer dvds will not because of piracy protection. A way to copy vhs to dvd is hook up a dvd camcorder or digital camcorder from the output on the player to the input on the recorder and press record that should work. 
f.y.i. this suggestion is nothing more than a solid maybe. Sorry it's the best i got 

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