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How Do I Transfer VHS Tapes to My Hard Drive?

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For you to be able to transfer Vhs tapes into a hard drive you need an external video capture device which is compatible with your Vhs output plugs. Use an installation disk which comes with the external video capture device to install a software driver in your computer then connect the Vhs player with the capture device so as to initiate transfer. Navigate the software interface to identify the Vhs video file then drag and save it on your desktop.
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