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Insignia nr-drvcr I have made copies of a vhs tape in my insignia machine onto both dvd-r and dvd+r and it will only playback on the insignia machine. It will not play on my toshiba tv/vcr/dvd combo or on my pc - which is what I really need the dvd's for. I am new at this - what am I doing wrong?

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  • sunfish13424 Nov 26, 2007

    I have made copies of a vhs tape in my insignia machine onto both dvd-r and dvd+r and it will only playback on the insignia machine. It will not play on my toshiba tv/vcr/dvd combo or on my pc - which is what I really need the dvd's for. I am new at this - what am I doing wrong?

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Did the speed you chose exceed 2 hours?. If so, that is your problem. Any other machine will read that time frame, beyond that it is iffy.

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After you record, you must go to menu and finalize disc. Have you done that? [email protected]

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