Toshiba rd xv47 dubbing could not be performed

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  1. leehkfan

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    hi,
    I was wondering if someone could help. I've tried searching here and the net but haven't been able to find an answer. I'm trying to transfer some vhs to dvd using my Toshiba RD Xv47. I've done this lots of times in the past but when I try to do now I just get the message 'dubbing could not be performed'. I've tried from VHS 2 DVD, and also from HDD 2 DVD and still get the same message. Anyone know how to solve the problem?

    Thanks in advance.
     
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    Welcome to the forum.

    The most likely cause is that you are trying to copy a copy-protected tape... and forum rules prevent discussion of copy protection defeating.
     
  3. leehkfan

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    It can't be that as the tapes are stuff I recorded from TV years ago that I want to transfer to DVD
     
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    Are you using disc blanks that you know the unit supports?
     
  5. leehkfan

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    yeah. I've tried a few different ones, including blanks i've previously never had problems with
     

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