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Topic # 97655 19-Feb-2012 10:19 Send private message

Can an iSky program be recorded on a laptop/PC?

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  Reply # 583518 19-Feb-2012 18:33 Send private message

Not easily, no. There are laborious methods, but as the act itself is probably illegal, I doubt we could go into detail here.



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  Reply # 583552 19-Feb-2012 20:21 Send private message

GeoffisPure: Not easily, no. There are laborious methods, but as the act itself is probably illegal, I doubt we could go into detail here.



Tks, no prob. As it happened, we watched the Shocking Reminder today. I was a beta tester for iSky in the early days and it was hopeless. I did see a few threads recently on issues. But the doco today was perfect. That's via ADSL, wireless to my laptop  

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