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post #1 of 2 Old 06-11-2015, 08:46 AM - Thread Starter
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Replacing Hard Drve then reverting back to old one

I think a simple question/simple answer but I've never done it before so here goes...

I have a Magnavox H2160MW9 of which I recorded several programs I want to keep. However, I will like to temporarily replace that hard drive with one I need to record new programs, burn them to DVD, then put the old hard drive back in.

Can I do this without affecting my old hard drive recordings, settings, etc?

And if so, if possible, which hard drives are recommended and best place to purchase it?

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Wrong forum. Try the DVD recorder forum

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