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#1 OFFLINE   orenr

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Posted 07 May 2007 - 05:45 PM

Hi,

I think others have complained about this before: sometimes the recording stops in the middle and the DVR behaves as if it ended (e.g. no Resume option)

Some people posted a method of continuing to view the program, which involves changing to another program, stopping it, going back, etc., but I found a simpler one and I thought I'd share it. My appologies if it's already been posted.

1. Press PAUSE
2. Press the fast-forward button (after pause, that actually means 1/16 slow)
3. Let it advance for 4-5 seconds
4. Press PLAY.

It should continue playing normally and not hit the problem again, for the same program. If it still behaves as if the program ended, you didn't skip enough frames, so repeat the procedure

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