First take a look at the file size for your schedule8.dat file. Is it 0 KB or greater? You want to see a number other than 0 KB with the schedule8.dat file. The schedule8.dat file must stay where it is. Applian moved it awhile back.
Cannot guarantee that this will work but its worth a try.Make sure you have a backup of this schedule8.dat file. Remember where you have it.
Stop RAV 8 completely. This includes in your system tray.Locate the schedule8.dat file in your 'local' folder. Move this file to a new location on your hard drive.
Run Replay AV 8 now. It should create a new schedule8.dat file that's 0 KB in size. Shut down Replay AV 8 program.Go to your local folder and locate this new schedule8.dat file. Make sure its 0 KB. Delete this file.
Copy your schedule8.dat file back to the local folder. This is the file you moved to another location as a backup.
Run Replay AV 8 now. Hopefully this will work and you will see your recordings show up in your listbox view again.
We have rain storms in my area. Some places with hail / ice.----- Original Message ----- From: "Pam Drake" <pamdrake@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <blindreplay@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Sent: Saturday, March 26, 2011 5:09 PMSubject: [blindreplay] Re: Corrupted Schedule8.dat, Has Anyone experienced This?
Hi, Petro,Ok, I have found that file. I have also copied it to a separate folder. Now do I just put it in the Replay A/V directory for now? Recording was working till Thursday night Only when I opened the program did I see no shows listed.It looks like the recording from my sound card is here so if need be I can just set up a similar recording again tonight. We're going out so I really want to record this program.Pam At 01:36 PM 3/26/2011, you wrote:If recordings have not been working for you then something is wrong. You need to see if the schedule8.dat file is there. When you find it see what the file size is. Back it up in a new location this file. When Replay AV 8 releases the next version of RAV 8 then you may want to do the update.----- Original Message ----- From: "Pam Drake" <pamdrake@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> To: <blindreplay@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Sent: Saturday, March 26, 2011 3:18 PMSubject: [blindreplay] Re: Corrupted Schedule8.dat, Has Anyone experienced This?I'm still using XP. Guess I forgot to unhide files on this computer. I don't even like the concept of hidden files!It does appear as though Replay didn't record my program. I had to do a quick recording from speakers. Should I look for the schedule file and upgrade?Thanks again. Pam At 11:42 AM 3/26/2011, you wrote:The schedule8.dat file is hidden. Which operating system do you have? Vista, XP?With Vista its in Your username\App Data\Local In Control Panel go to folder options and turn on show hidden files. ----- Original Message ----- From: "Pam Drake" <pamdrake@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> To: <blindreplay@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Sent: Saturday, March 26, 2011 1:42 PMSubject: [blindreplay] Corrupted Schedule8.dat, Has Anyone experienced This?Thursday I closed Replay A/V 8.76, my latest version installed on Christmas night of 2009. All seemed fine but when I tried to launch it last night for a scheduled recording I found I had no scheduled recordings. I had upgraded Window-Eyes yesterday morning and was hoping it was a screen reader issue but when I rebooted the system, launched JAWS, then Replay I got the same "no selected item" notice when I tried to check my list of shows. I then looked for the schedule8.dat on the computer. When I didn't find it I searched for the word "schedule" in hopes I had misspelled it. There were a few schedules listed but not that one!Is it possible my schedule8.dat is corrupted?I haven't upgraded my version of Replay for a while. No reason, just that I have been so successful in recording shows up to now that I just hadn't gotten to it. I hadn't backed up the program directory, but I'm sure I can locate the urls again except for one which does not advertise. I'm thinking that may be found in the activity log so I'm thinking it's time to bite the bullet and upgrade. I am wondering if anyone has ever seen this problem; and am I even on the right track in my thinking? Could my schedule data be hidden in some other place on the hard drive? Yes I can find the urls but it would be nice not to have to. <grin>Thanks a million in advance. Pam--To unsubscribe: e-mail blindreplay-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with unsubscribe in subject To contact list owner: e-mail blindreplay-admins@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
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