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I am running VHS to DVD 2010 on Windows XP. I can run & save a video and when I burn to disc it goes thro' the full burn but then the DVD is ejected and I get the error message. Error when writing to disc. Anyone know the answer?

Alan.

 

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How long in time is the captured video (to a hard drive file, I assume)? What program from C2010 are you using to burn the captured video to a DVD?

What are your system specs?

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More information required.

How long in time is the captured video (to a hard drive file, I assume)? What program from C2010 are you using to burn the captured video to a DVD?

What are your system specs?

The length of the tape seems not to matter. I've tried tapes from an hour to an hour and a half. According to Roxio VHS to DVD, I should be able to burn using that program. I have also tried using Easy CD Creator. That was successful as far as images but no sound track was recorded. I've tried both Record DVD & Record, Edit & Save. Both give the same result.

I'm using Windows XP with SP3 and a 30 GB hard drive. I also have second hard drive installed which shows 698 GB. I don't know what other specs to give as I'm not overly tech savvy.

Alan.

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Duration DOES matter - from the system requirements:

 

Hard drive with at least 3 GB free space for the installation process. DVD and BD copy, video editing and authoring may require large amount of free disk space, up to several 10's of GB.

 

A 30 Gb drive is nowhere near large enough

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