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Won't dub I am trying to dub a VCR to DVD and I just keep getting a red x everytime. I followed the instructions in the booklet....

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  • toad_apocs Aug 14, 2008

    Nope, home recorded tape to blank dvd. I even changed dvd's. I'm thinking defective laser. This has happened to me before with a Zenith model - the laser went bad

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It could be that the tape is copy protected. in that case, you're out of luck.

Posted on Aug 14, 2008

  • Ken Williams
    Ken Williams Aug 14, 2008

    it could be a bad laser, or 1. a bad DVD, or the wrong type of DVD.

    There are two types of DVD recordables. DVD-R and DVD+R.
    Please check the compatability of your burner. some burners will do both DVD+-R. Of course, there are also the 'RW' types, and now dual sided and HDDVD/Blue Ray... Good luck

    Lastly, it COULD be a bad recorder...


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