I've used it a few times, but it's not often - maybe once very 6...12 months, if that.Interesting, I don't recall a hard reset being a fix for that.
There was another thread about this in the last week or so - I see it a few times a year maybe.When I switched it on and looked at the schedule, the next scheduled recording was last night's Only Connect
I wonder if this will prevent it from sorting it out and result in more chaos?which had already been ... deleted.
I did wonder as I was writing and paused to scroll up and check. It's not.Not another one - this one!
I think @MikeSh was referring to this one https://hummy.tv/forum/threads/schedule-displaying-differently.10042/
Yeah, it probably is.Sorry, I thought this was about hard drives not turning off in standby. So far as I know this is the only thread currently discussing that.
However, if the 'sorting out' involves the system eventually finding the relevant file in the recordings, then
I wonder if this will prevent it from sorting it out and result in more chaos?
Fair enough.One of the symptoms reported by AJones is the one in that other thread and I was merely pointing out the possibility that it could lead to the half-awake state.
Have you used system tools to check whether there are any left-over sidecar files? The standard tools (on-screen media list, or even the WebIF media browser) won't necessarily show them up.I'm aware that corrupt recording files can cause problems like this, but in this case there were no recordings on the hard disk at all at the time.