Question about Directv Plus DVR DTV Receiver / 100-Hours Video Recorder
We were watching a program that we had recorded and it seemed to prompt to delete before the show was over. At first I thought that we needed to add a minute or 2 to the end of the show, but the strange thing was that when we went back to the first of it and fast forwarded to the end the amount of show that it would let us fast forward to decreased almost to nothing.
Hope this makes sense.
Sounds like your DVR is running out of space try to free up some space on the DVR.Also there is a little bit of space at the end of the show after it prompts you to delete the show not much though.If you have plenty of space on the DVR simply increase the time it records by 3 minutes.that should take care of your problem.
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