You either don't have enough space on your computer for it to find the file and replay it(computers don't record in one solid track ,they take pieces and store them where ever they can.This is why its not good to defrag your comp. once you start a project) or you need to increase your buffer
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There can be a few reasons for recordings/timers to skip. To verify the exact cause enter the Daily Schedule and from there select the timer that didn't go off. It should give you a status with more information on what happened.
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Hey there, willrobwhitt, I saw your post! How long has this been going on for? Does it happen while you're watching live programming or just DVR recordings? Let me know so I can get a good understanding of the situation!
Hello mabusse The sofware is too heavy for your computer . You can improve it's function buy setting the quality to a lower level , it will record smootherly but of course the image will be less sharp . I experienced my self that the best way to succeed in recordong video tapes or tv programs is to use a stand alone recorder . Best regards , fanaudi .
Hello, this is Matthew Gonzales with DISH Networkhere. First thing I would check is the daily schedule, (press the DVR button3 times on your remote). You should be in a screen that has all showsthat are/were scheduled to record. If you select one of the events, itwill say why it did not record/why it was skipped. When the receiver isturned "off" it should be in standby mode, and your recordings shouldnot be skipped. The next step is to trydoing a hard reset on the receiver. To do a hard reset, you will unplug thereceiver from the power outlet, leave it for 15 seconds, then plug it back in.After doing this, your receiver will go through a rebooting process which takesabout 5 minutes. If the receiver is still not working properly, I willneed to dig a little bit deeper into the issue. Please feel free tocontact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Connect your sansa to the computer via usb. (assuming you have windows) Now go to "My Computer". If your sansa is in automatic mode, it should show up as "sansa c205". Double Click on that. Now double click on "internal memory". (If you don't have that, just skip it) Now double click on "recordings". Double click "Voice". Now a list of your recordings show up. Simply delete the ones you don't want, such as "001" and "002".
probably a dying hard drive, but could just be corruption, delete all effected recordings, monitor, if issue continues delete all recordings unplug receiver for 10 minutes, monitor new recordings if continues receiver may need to be replaced
If you bought the recorder new still in it's package, the software is located on the recorder itself.
Plug the recorder into your computer and let the computer recognize it. Once it's loaded open a copy of explorer if one did not open already. Look for a folder named SETUP in the recorder. Inside that folder is the software. Run it from the folder.