I will forward your message to Applian. Some ideas I have here are,1. Try using your main hard drive and not the external hard drive and see what happens. Secondary hard drive you say and I assume its an external one right?
2. Are you using direct connection or wireless connection. It's much better to use direct connection with cable connected to your PC or notebook.
3. Did you by any chance change the setting to 'convert faster'? This is found by pressing alt+f then choosing settings. Open the other tab sheet and see if the checkbox to convert faster is checked. If it is uncheck this box.
4. When you did the uninstall of Replay AV 8 did you uninstall all components and backup the schedule8.dat file to another place on your hard drive? The schedule8.dat file contains all your recordings. The shows and stations that are in your listbox view within Replay AV 8 main interface.
5. If you were asked whether or not to remove shared files during the uninstall I always say do not remove these files or keep these files. Basically do not remove such files.
----- Original Message ----- From: "Yusuf" <yusufaosman@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <blindreplay@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Sent: Tuesday, October 12, 2010 5:19 AM Subject: [blindreplay] Replay AV freezing
Hello, I've been using Replay AV for quite some time to capture streams from the internet. I've had the following problem with my current version 8.82 and the previous version, whose number I don't remember.During recording the program freezes. My speech (window Eyes 7.2) gives no feedback in the program and when I bring up Windows Task manager Replay is reported to be not responding.When this problem first started I put it down to the number of streams I was trying to record at once and so reduced this down to 5 or 6. Then my previous version of Replay froze the moment I tried to capture any stream. That's what persuaded me to upgrade to 8.82 and whilst I can now capture streams, if I try to capture more than 2 the program freezes consistently.I am using Windows XP SP3 with all the latest updates. I'm recording on to a secondary hard drive which has 143 GB of free space.I don't know if this has any baring on my problem, but when I installed replay 8.82 I got an error message which said that something had not been uninstalled. I can't remember what that was, but when I started Replay for the first time, the programs that were in the previous version were listed in the new version.Does anyone have any ideas what I can do to sort this out? Its very frustrating.Yusuf --To unsubscribe: e-mail blindreplay-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with unsubscribe in subject To contact list owner: e-mail blindreplay-admins@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
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