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How do you connect a DVD recorder without a tuner to a DVD player with a tuner? 

by on December 10, 2012

Q: I have a combo with a tuner what I am looking for is, how do you hook up a tunerless dvd to one that has a tuner so you can copy one dvd to another dvd. I want to be able to put a dvd in the tunerless one and then dub it on the one with the tuner or vice versa?

 
 

Are there any dvd player/recorders that will record more than 99 channels? 

by on April 13, 2011

Q: Are there any dvd player/recorders that will record more than 99 channels?

 
 

DVD recorders: tuner vs tunerless 

by on August 22, 2009

Q: On DVD recorders, what is the difference between one that has a ‘tuner’ and one that is ‘tunerless’? Why is one preferable to the other?

A: A tuner in this case is actually just like the tuner you would have in most TVs. This means you could directly connect the coax from your cable company or the coax from your antenna and you could control what channel your DVR would see. Read the rest of this entry »

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Is there any software that will resize a raw file system? 

by on June 25, 2009

Q: I have a zone pzn6190 dvd recorder with a seagate 250gig hdd. I would like to know if i can hook the drive to my windows xp comp and if there is any software I can use to resize the partition in raw format as the partition space allocated to hold any video files I have transferred from an external device just not big enough to hold those files (roughly 5 gigs, I wish to resize it to about 100gig). The only software that is available that resizes partitions in fat, fat32, ntfs, etc but haven’t found any for raw.