I am having a P4 PC with a 1 GB Ram. I have recently installed a LG GSA 5169D writer and tried to connect the VCR to convert the VHS tapes to DVD. The burner was bundled with a Honestec VHS to DVD converting software. After completing the connections, I tried to capture the VS on the PC, the PC is giving an error message saying that the video is copywrited and the software cannot proceed with capture. It says this for the VHS tapes that I have. Can anyone help me out with this?
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It may be the operating system has not recognized all the ports, if you operating system is now ok, go to my computer>properties>hardware>device manager, and look to bottom of the list to USB Controllers.
right click on them, and Uninstall all controllers and restart pc and see if all the ports are recognized and installed automatically.
You got a bad laser in the drive not the laser the reads the laser that writes and this does generally happen when a dvd ram drive goes. Recommend buying a new drive as a replacment laser is upwards of $90 bucks, thanks for using fixya please do accept and rate.
There aren't any such drivers. The drive control protocols are standardized. Just do Windows Update a few times and make sure the thing's connected when you restart storage subsystems (pretty much a reboot; though installing Nero will of course get things going if you don't love Vista built-in tools.)