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Discussion in '[untested] MediaPortal 1.1.0 ALPHA svn-builds' started by MediaPortal-Bot, July 4, 2009.

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    I've set it to 15, now it is working as expected.



    But as mentioned on the page where you can set it: "Setting the limit to 0 will disable the limit completely"
     
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    Ok, then either its old documentation or bad code :)
     
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    So 1 of those 2 needs to be changed, right?
     
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    hwahrmann:

    I renamed the drive from E: to Y:. The new drive appeared in the list. When I attempt to play the disk by selectint "Play" from the main menu or going to My Music and selecting one of the .cda files from the drive, I got "Unable to play: Track01.cda. Audio codec."

    Then I renamed the drive from Y: back to E: - got "Unable to play: Track01.cda. Audio codec:"

    Tried to rename to Z: - same thing.

    So the drive renaming workaround doesn't work for me anymore.

    Windows media player plays audio CD no problem, the problem is in MediaPortal.

    I don't understand why does the system complain about audio codec?



     
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    dvb-c scanning still not working and getting nosignal error on
    channel change most times i change channel in dvb-c dvb-t seem ok
     
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    oh forgot my logs :D
     

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    Running Windows 7 on a test box... I can't get the XmlTV to auto import???... I can manually click the import button and it imports fine, but if I place a new xml file in the folder it doesn't auto import.. I presume this is a Windows7 issue.

    Is any one else running Win7 and using the XmlTv plugin?
     
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    what about adding logs??

    thanks!
     
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