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Recording from directv

Yesterday I was able to record from my directv dvr to a disc using the MWR10D6. Today an error is saying this program cannot be recorded. This error is a copyright message. Why the change? Can it be fixed?

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  • Old Folky Aug 19, 2008

    I get the same message intermittently when I'm recording from tapes
    made on my own camcorder. It goes away after a few seconds and doesn't
    appear to affect the final recording in any way.

  • fushia6 Aug 21, 2008

    I have the same problem as well! Up to this point I had no problem recording from my camcorder to the DVR but now I get the same messge. What can we do?

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Well I don't have that problem anymore since I unplugged the thing for about a minute. It's working fine now.

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