- August 30, 2009
- Russian Federation
This is absolutely correct: Standby is prevented by the TVController (becuase of a recording) and by a legacy driver (probably the tv card driver).Seems this message was there because I had accessed a HTPC folder via windows homegroup, so this is ok. I was not connected when doing the standby tests.
Ok, some time after disconnecting the other PC this message is gone now.
What would be the correct message that indicates that all is working like intended ?
Atm I am getting (with an active recording):
Next wakeup time: 26.08.2013 22:08:00 Scheduled Recordings
Standby is handled by Windows
Standby prevented by: TVController (Recording)
This would indicate that your Windows power settings are wrong. Or do you have other "power tools" running? You should toggle between Expert and Plug&Play Mode in PS config to reset the Windows power settings."Standby is prevented by: " shows nothing now, I even disconnected the ethernet cable, but it still won't sleep.
1. You are right - we have to fix this! Maybe it concerns other TVServer plugins too.Concerning possible bugs:
- It seems that "TV Server Configuration" did not restart TVService after I activated PowerScheduler
- I have switched from Plug&Play to Expert mode and back before and it did not help then. This time I closed and restarted "TV Server Configuration" before switching back.
- "TV Server Configuration" crash as described in post #1
This is correct because the switch to Expert Mode only affects the visibilty of "expert" options, but no settings are changed.2. Yes. If I switch from 'Plug&Play' to 'Expert', the 'Apply' button stays greyed out.
Then the settings are reset to the default (depending on the profile selected). To activate them you have to press Apply or close the Config tool with "Ok".'Apply' only becomes active after switching back to 'Plug&Play'.
No need to close the tool, pressing "Apply" is enough...So in the past I had already switched to 'Expert', could not click 'Apply' and switched back to 'Plug&Play', perhaps clicked 'Apply' then and closed TVServerConfiguration with 'OK' - this was not enough. There is no hint in the tool that a restart of TVServerConfiguration is necessary before switching back.
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