TV-Server is losing DVB-T Card Information

Discussion in 'Television (MyTV frontend and TV-Server)' started by Weishaupt, October 22, 2010.

  1. Weishaupt
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    MediaPortal Version: 1.1.1
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    Windows Version: XP SP3
    CPU Type: P4 2,8 Ghz
    HDD: 250 GB
    Memory: 1 GB
    Video Card: Radon x1300/x1550
    Sound Card: RealTek HD Audio
    1. TV Card: AverMedia A850
    2. TV Card: Medion SAA 7134

    A strange thing happens when I reboot my system. After coming backup, the TvServer-Config (and therefor the Service) doesn't recognize my TV-Cards. They show up withing the config, but as "Unknown-Cards". After dis- and re-enabling the cards within in ServerConfig, everything is fine again....


    ...anyone any ideas?!

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    AW: TV-Server is losing DVB-T Card Information

    english: Same problem. I solved this in former time by using the backup from my Windows Homeserver. Is it a knowm bug for some cards or Windows 7? Is there a more comfortable workaround or any suggestion to prevent this.

    german: Bei mir ist dieses Problem in den vergangenen Wochen auch mehrfach aufgetreten. Habe dafür immer das letzte Backup vom WHS zurückgespielt. Deine "Lösung" funktioniert prima, hatte gerade wiedereinmal den Fall, ist jedoch alles andere las WAF-kompatibel. Dieses Phänomen hatte ich unter Windows XP nie.

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