Sounds like your DVR is haunted by the ghost of Disney past. Perhaps it's time to upgrade to a newer model.
I did reset it yesterday. It's ironic that the impacted programming is all Disney and the overlaid dialogue also comes from Disney programming.litzdog911 said:Have you tried resetting the DVR?
In both cases, I had them for more than a month, they were movies that I enjoyed watching repeatedly. Interestingly enough, I do have other non-Disney movies that are older and still on the DVR and seem to play fine.ThomasM said:How old are the "previously recorded" programs?
The thought did enter my mind as both movies that have displayed this behavior were recorded from the Disney Channel.ThomasM said:Very odd. I've never heard of such a thing before. It's unlikely that it is a problem with the DVR itself. More likely, some kind of goofy "copy protection" experiment by Disney. They always were very protective of their copyrighted material (which is why you never see Mickey Mouse or any Disney movies on TV other than, perhaps, Disney's own channels)