TVservice turns itself off during TV server setup

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  1. Lotsofjazz
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    TV-Server Version: TV Server 1 (1.0)
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    I followed a sugestion to reinstall the SQL 2005 Express software, rebuilt the database, but did not help with my problem:



    When I go into TV Server setup, the TVservice stops itself, making it very difficult to change anything in the TV server. Many times I have to manually start the TVservice with windows system manager>services to get a change applied and saved.

    Also when I reboot my system, I always have to restart the TVservice to be able to watch TV, once restarted it works normally, also when wake up from hybernate I still can watch TV without restarting the TVservice.

    I wonder if I can make logs of this behavior, because when running mediaportal everything seems fine again.

    I must say I have not installed the latest SVN yet, I will do that tonight, maybe that helps.

    Thanks,

    Lots
     
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    Hi Lots

    The TV Server Config program does create some log entries, but I am not sure if your problem will be visible there. Hence the recommendation that logs should always be provided. Maybe someone can pick up something inside.
     
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    I found some logs in the Program Data>team mediaportal>TV server>Log directory, I hope this helps.

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    Just an additional question..

    Is it possible that the old TV database that I import isnt working with 1.0 final? it is a database exported from RC3, I used with RC4 successfully and now also with 1.0 final... not so sucessfully(?)

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