Timeshifting freezes/ locks up. - Hauppage PVR 150 on Vista

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  1. masterkeedu

    masterkeedu New Member

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    Media Portal Tv and Guide both work great after dealing with some foolish timezone issues with the TVScheduler.exe (would not let me state +0000 as timezone, so I must compensate by adding 4 to the -4 it keeps reverting to.

    ANYWAY

    The problem happens whenever I try to record a program.

    The 'Scheduled' section shows the program as waiting. But once the time hits, 'Timeshifting' greys out, TV turns off and I lose any access to the TV.

    After 40 minutes (the program has long ended) I checked to see if the program had at least been recorded, Nope, no record of it anywhere, except for the 'Scheduled' section which now says 'Finished'

    How do i get the time shift function to work without freezing?



    Much obliged for the help.


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  3. zicko

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    I have same issue with same, any help will be appricated

    Issue fixed, please start Media Portal as administrator
     
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    ronilse Retired Team Member

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    Hi,
    Try to disable UAC (use the link if you don't know how) & then try to run MediaPortal as administrator.

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    Roy
     
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    thanks, my issue is solved :)
     
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