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BUG REPORT - PVR event has null content

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#1 OFFLINE   guruka



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Posted 19 January 2004 - 10:57 AM

I set two simultaneous 1.5 hour timers on two different sat channels (one SD and one HD.) While recording was in progress, I entered the PVR menu and stopped and deleted ONLY the SD event. I then jumped into the HD stream live and tried to rewind to the beginning to see what I had missed. No dice. No PVR functions were available. I could neither pause, nor rewind the event.

I watched the show live to the end and then went to the PVR menu to try to reply the event from the beginning. The event showed up normally in the PVR menu, but when I tried to replay it from the beginning it would not play and I received a message saying that the event had no content.


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