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HR24 Playback freezes and skips ahead several minutes


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#1 OFFLINE   rrbhokies

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Posted 26 November 2012 - 10:47 PM

Our HR24 is at 19% capacity. When playing back recorded shows, the recording will freeze and then after a few seconds skip ahead several minutes. I can use rewind and go back to where it skipped. The recording itself seems fine. The entire recording is there, it's a problem with the playback. I've rebooted the unit, but it's still happening. Anyone experienced this before?
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#2 OFFLINE   PHL

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Posted 26 November 2012 - 11:05 PM

Does it happen on every show? I've had extended skips like this happen once or twice over the years, but I chalked it up to a bad signal. If it happens repeatedly, I'd guess it was an issue with your hard drive. I just posted a similar issue in a different thread, but my skips are never longer than 1-2 seconds.
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