Restart of TVservice is required after reboot

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    This is a very consistent bug in 1.0 Final (SVN not installed YET), and I remember I had it also in the RC issues.. Till now I blamed allways it was my system itself, but it seems so consistent with mediaportal, I decided today to report it as a bug.

    After reboot of my system and start Mediaportal and then try to watch TV I allways get the message Timeshift cannot start because there is no free TV Card.. However I have not running any other client at all (I have only one TV card). Then I close Mediaportal, restart TVService, start mediaportal again, and then everything works fine.

    Now I just restart the TV server before I start Mediaportal to watch TV, but this should not be this way, tight?

    This time I started the mediaportal debug mode as adminisrator, and then it works, I made the following logs

    attached a log right after computer reboot without restarting the TVservice first, and also a log that shows what is going on when starting mediaportal AFTER restarting TVservice when all is OK.

    Advice is, as allways appreciated.

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