Robin, no guarantees that this will work for you but it did for me when I first installed Replay AV in my new Windows 7 box. I would do a search on your Windows 7 box of rocks for the word schedule8.bat. When you find it, copy it to your clip board and move it to a thumb/flash drive; uninstall Replay AV from your control panel's 'add or remove' folder; reboot your computer; Reinstall Replay AV. When you have successfully done so, do another search for the schedule8.bat file that will then be empty of any scheduled events/shows; delete it; go grab that old schedule8.bat file from your thumb/flash drive; then paste it into the folder where the old one was; reboot and see if those shows/events you had scheduled in your old version of Replay AV don't appear in your new Replay AV schedule folder. Please let me know if it works ... or doesn't.
.----- Original Message ----- From: "Robin Plitt" <plittr@xxxxxxxxx>
To: <blindreplay@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Sent: Tuesday, October 04, 2011 8:49 PM Subject: [blindreplay]
I think my schedule has been corrupted in Replay AV. There were about 30 shows in the list with no titles, and after I deleted them and tried to inp-ut new shows, the new recordings produced an error that said the file name was already used. Is there a file in the Replay directory I can delete and re0create? Or, do I have to re-install the whole Replay AV program? Thanks, Robin --To unsubscribe: e-mail blindreplay-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with unsubscribe in subject To contact list owner: e-mail blindreplay-admins@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
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