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Successfully loaded software and attached the vcr. When I try to start copying the vhs, I will see the video in the window (no sound) and when I hit record, the circle will start turning then the images will "freeze" in the window. No copying will occur. Any help?

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Running Windows 7

I can see the video my laptop, but as soon as I click on the record, the video image will freeze and will not record.

Bought the software yesterday and still can't get it to work.

Has anyone else experience this problem?

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XP Pro SP3 - all updates

1T drive - 3 Partitions

OS on C with all Programs

Latest updates on all software

Latest Version of Roxio VHS to DVD with update

Dual Core Processor

 

Having the same or similar problem when going to record. It does not freeze as such but gives me a "this video is copyrighted" message. How did videos taken on a good old RCA VHS recorder 20+ years ago become copyrighted?

 

(For the younger folks here we did record onto VHS before the digital cameras - grrr)

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XP Pro SP3 - all updates

1T drive - 3 Partitions

OS on C with all Programs

Latest updates on all software

Latest Version of Roxio VHS to DVD with update

Dual Core Processor

 

Having the same or similar problem when going to record. It does not freeze as such but gives me a "this video is copyrighted" message. How did videos taken on a good old RCA VHS recorder 20+ years ago become copyrighted?

 

(For the younger folks here we did record onto VHS before the digital cameras - grrr)

 

 

To prove were your problem is, we have to find out if the source input is your problem or its the Roxio software/hardware, so, take another input source like a DVD player or a camcorder and see if that works.

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