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Thread: run away recording DVR1100C
05-11-2012 03:02 PM #19
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06-12-2012 01:58 PM #20
It appears we got an update this morning.
Receiver was on clock at midnight. this morning on TBN at 1045AM.
Recording started at about 4 AM PDT and ran for 3HR 53 Min TBN0612040022.TS 3995MB 06/12/12 improper recording...
Next recording started abt 7:59 PDT as set and ran abt 29 minutes TBN06012075903 506MB 006/12/12
Seemed to record OK, but did not shut receiver back to standby.
I am still set on advanced. System Information now:
SW : GS03.34 (Apr 04)
Data Ver : 01.70
HW VER : 1.00
USB 2.0 DRIVER : 1.00
Geosat DVR Model
Using PATRIOT memory XPORTER 8GB usb Flash Drive -- Not from Costco, but this is second one and first seemed to work OK. (BiMart store).
06-12-2012 02:26 PM #21
No firmware or satellite list update was sent last night. Only a Glorystar channel list update was sent.
Leave the default setting for Automatic Update set to OFF in the Advanced mode. There is no reason to have automatic updating turned on as the channel list does not update in the Advanced Mode. Since the receiver firmware is updated only once or twice each year, you could perform a manual OTA-SSU update at your convenience.
06-12-2012 03:38 PM #22
OK, I will do that. I plan to put this back to Glorystar setting as soon as I have the microHD on line.
I changed to a very much smaller inverter that has less overhead with just the DVR1100c and the WX computer on it. It works good and only draws about 4 to 5 amps at 12VDC. I am waiting for a new battery for the WX computer that I can charge from solar and is supposed to run (display off) for 18 plus hours. Then I will be able to even have that inverter off!
09-09-2012 06:00 PM #23
Having the same problem.
Set the DVR1100C to record today at 2:00 pm for 1 hours 30 minutes.
Checked it today, and it was still recording after 1 hour 45 minutes.
The recorder was non responsive. None of the buttons on the remote affected it.
The last two weeks, I had tried to record, and got "saving data to usb".
The only way to get out was to turn off the switch in the back.Glorystar DVR1100c, Satworks 3618, 10' C-band dish, 2 modified Primestars, Techsat Tracker II ku LNBF, GT-S40 universal ku LNBF
09-09-2012 09:08 PM #24
If a hard drive, can you record on a thumb drive, and if so try transferring from the thumb drive to the hard drive and see if that gets by the bad sector. It appears the DVRs do not know what to do with bad sectors and stall, except for the smarter hard drive and the DVR doesn't like the smart drives.
I have not gotten this far with the microHD.
Does the directory look ok on the DVR and a PC?