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Another Sports Recording Issue

Discussion in 'DIRECTV HD DVR/Receiver Discussion' started by donp2112, Nov 15, 2006.

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  1. donp2112

    donp2112 New Member

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    I've experienced all of the issues previously noted in attempting to record NFL ST and NHL CI with deleted programs, partials, etc., but I'm thick headed and continue to try. I had 2 experiences I can't explain and a question:

    1) I have Total Choice Plus, which means I don't get all of the 600 series Fox Sports channels. I have a Prioritizer set to record Flyers games, but I usually go in and ensure that the NHL CI channel records (even though I know it will get deleted if I don't catch up before the end of the game). I didn't get to change the Flyers/Sabres game over the weekend and the unit recorded on channel 627 NYa which is an MSG Network channel...successfully?! I'm perplexed.

    2) Question: I have Favorites #1 set to the channels I get and watch, but the Prioritizer continues to include channels that I don't get (as above with the Fox Sports channels). Anything I can do to eliminate these channels from consideration when searching or using the Prioritizer?

    3) When recording the Eagles game which was carried locally on Sunday I tried to watch it after it had started recording. It didn't show up in the MyVOD (or whatever it's called), but did show in the To Do List. I could bring up the game through the To Do List but it came up live and I couldn't rewind, pause or anything. The tuner may have already been tuned to the channel. I was basically locked up. A known issue? I haven't seen this problem picking up a recording in progress before.

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  2. btmoore

    btmoore Hall Of Fame

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    See The entomology of the Partial Bug I think you will find it exactly like you described.
     
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