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Humax Tivo will not record to DVD

When I try to record a program from Tivo to the DVD, it begins to record but at the end always has the message "Saving Failed".  The only message is "internal error".  I have tried several different brands of DVD-R's.  It was recording fine previously.  The DVD is built into the Humax Tivo unit.  Thank you.

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