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W10 Problem?

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My problem since upgrading to Windows10 is that I can no longer save video to my hard drive. I only get the option to burn straight to CD/DVD. This has made the VHS to DVD Plus 3 totaly pointless for me as I need to save to video to my Hard Drive. I'm gutted as I only had the device for 3 months before Windows 10 came out. money down the drain :-(

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I have not had any issues but I still have not wrung it out on Win10...

 

Take some screen caps so we can see what you are dealing with - info on posting HERE

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grandpabruce - No, I paid for the Roxio device and after 3 months it no longer does what I bought it for because of windows 10.

 

Jim_Hardin - When I get home tonight I'll do some screen shots to show you what my problem is :-)

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My problem since upgrading to Windows10 is that I can no longer save video to my hard drive. I only get the option to burn straight to CD/DVD. This has made the VHS to DVD Plus 3 totaly pointless for me as I need to save to video to my Hard Drive. I'm gutted as I only had the device for 3 months before Windows 10 came out. money down the drain :-(

 

 

Have you installed the update for VHS2DVD 3 for W10 compatibility?

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myguggi​ - Yes I have installed the update.

 

See Below for my screen shot.....

 

When I was working on Windows 7 in the Blue Circled area of my screen shot I used to have an option to select a Hard Drive and then folder on my computer to save an MP4 video to. Now its giving me the add chapter option instead.

 

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This has nothing to do with W7, W8 or W10. You are simply in the wrong mode

 

You are in the Record DVD mode and that always shows a DVD drive as the destination, never any internal or external hard drive. This mode burns directly to a DVD

 

What you want is the Record,Edit,Save mode which allows you to capture to a video file on any any drive.

Edited by myguggi

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