# Value: negative 1 next to the 7

Is this why recording has stopped working?  If it is, can you tell me why?

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Tom there has been some misinformation on this feature in the field. Acoording to Dish the only acceptable value for Value 7 is a four. Anything other than four is indicative of hard drive failure which IS why you are having issues recording. You need to have the receiver replaced. If you do not have the Digital Home Protection Plan you can subscribe to it for 5.99 a month and Dish will replace the receiver if it is leased at no charge to you there may be a 29.99 charge for the tech visit to replace the receiver. You can avoid this as well by having the receiver shipped directly to you if you feel confident you can re-install it yourself. I hope this is of some assistance to you and thank you for using Fix Ya. Please let me know if I can assist you further.
Jim

Posted on Oct 29, 2008

Hi,
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Here is something that has worked for me when nothing else would.

In Win XP, right click on the drive letter for the RCA DVR and select properties, tools, error checking. Click the "Check Now" button. Check both the "Automatically fix file system errors" and the "Scan for and attempt recovery of bad sectors" boxes. Then Start.

Usually, my file is repaired completely with no losses, but once in a while I end up losing segments of the audio. But having some is better than none.

Lastly, when I run into a problem like this, I always make it a point to reformat the drive after I salvage the files. If you don't, more files will get trashed in the future.

I hope this helps someone. Pass it on or post/link it to other sites.

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