Do not now if someone can help or not, my daughter got a TruTech T512-M as a present and we finally went to load it. I have windows XP manual says no need to load drivers, just hook it up. Did that and the window came up to look for drivers, said it found nothing. Now I can do nothing with it. If you plug in the USB to the computer and then into the player, all you get is a hour glass on the MP3 player and nothing else. Any help appericated here. if that helps.
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Generally speaking yes. You could take the audio outputs from the tape deck and plug them into the audio inputs for any line in the DVD recorder. Then press record. Finalize it once your done.
A more professional way to do it is to record them back into a computer. If you have Windows Plus! Digital Media Edition installed into your computer, there is an analog recorder installed. All you have to do is plug the audio output of the tape deck into the microphone jack of your computer. Then it will convert them to mp3 format. That way you can use Windows Media Player to burn the CD with by creating a playlist. If you have Windows XP and you need Plus! it should be available at any computer store for around $20.00. Wome versions of Vista may have this feature included into the operating system as well.
I ahvde desparate to watch old movies rerecorded on dvds but it does not play on my DVD TT320 trutech dvd. I live in india and the same was presented to me bt cousin.Can i get any techinical help to make it wortk.