[qanda]This thread is about the Toshiba RD XS34. Click here to see full specs[/qanda]I am currently trying to copy off the media I’ve recorded on my RD-XS35 onto my computer’s HDD as the RD’s HDD is full. However, I’ve discovered that most of the media is labeled as copy-protected even though it was recorded off of my satellite programming through the RCA input. Thus, I’m forced to DUB everything off onto DVD-RAM discs. My problem is that my computer is having a difficult time reading and/or copying the files. I know that the drive is DVD-RAM compatible, and I’ve had no problem copying media from the Toshiba unit that wasn’t copy-protected. I’ve also tried using TMPGEnc that I discovered from searching these forums, but it stops with an error saying “Invalid Sample Format. error code 0x80048002.” Furthermore, I can’t even drag the files off as the computer claims it can’t read the source file or disk. The most I can do with them is rarely view the contents in WinDVD on my computer, but usually WinDVD just freezes trying to read the disc. I’m stumped as to how I can copy off of the DVD-RAMs I’m burning from my Toshiba RD-XS35 and I really need some help; any would be most appreciated. If it helps, I’m using an HP Pavilion dv6000 laptop with Windows Vista Home Premium to try and copy the .VRO files from the DVD-RAMs.