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Playback on hdd gets stuck

Sometimes the recorded program on the hard drive gets "stuck" sometimes it will resume playing back, but sometimes not. sometimes i can do a "scene delete" and delete the part of the program (probably a disk error) that make it stick, then get the rest of the program to play normally. i also sometimes get some kind of recording error that results in a blank "title" with a red dot in the top right hand corner that is unplayable. i'm thinking of simply reformatting the disc. any suggestions?

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  • scottshimamo
    scottshimamo Dec 10, 2012

    please take a look at the screen image from the titles view.. title 61 is a blank title that cannot be deleted no matter what i try. title 66 is acting normal and is currently recording a show.. i want to delte title 61.

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