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Topic # 24481 25-Jul-2008 13:32
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I get this on both GB-PVR and DVB-Viewer, something seems to have broken

I have reinstalled all my Hauppauge drivers and still nothing.



I run two DVB-T cards in the box (only one is being used), but it's worked fine up to a few days ago.

What next?  I tried to uninstall and reinstall mmaace.ax (which i'm pretty sure is the right thing)

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  Reply # 151474 25-Jul-2008 23:00
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Do you backup your drive partitions to an image snapshot ie. Ghost, Acronis True Image etc? If you do, just reload your latest image & update EPG etc.  Have you tried using System Restore?

If you don't have any form of image backup, I would seriously recommed getting one, then using it on a regular basis. It has saved me literally tens of hours in time when issues happen. And if you're a tinkerer they do happen. Hell, even is you aren't, the still do: it's called MicrosoftYell




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