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    how do you record something from the tv to a dvd. what gizmo do you have to get for

    that? i have dvr but if you keep something for more than a year it becomes corrupted =(

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    yeah thats just the quality of your DVR discs.
    they should not get corrupted, but it happens.
    If you want to get it on DVD you would need a professional DVD press, trust me it's not worth the money.

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    You would have to purchase a dvd recorder. You can find many at Best Buy. The device can record music, videos, tv movies, shows etc. Here are a few brands at Best Buy.

    http://www.bestbuy.com/site/olspage.jsp?id=abcat0102006&type=category

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    You would have to purchase a dvd recorder. You can find many at Best Buy. The device can record music, videos, tv movies, shows etc. Here are a few brands at Best Buy.

    http://www.bestbuy.com/site/olspage.jsp?id=abcat0102006&type=category

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    yeah thats just the quality of your DVR discs.
    they should not get corrupted, but it happens.
    If you want to get it on DVD you would need a professional DVD press, trust me it's not worth the money.


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