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#25375 19-Aug-2008 22:52
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Hi guys,

After learning the hard way, forgetting to set media portal time shift buffer & recordings on my D drive i find that when my 30GB C drive fills up media portal just crashed and could not open even after my C was cleared.

Now i have everything fixed and a couple of drives for recording, so i have C,D, and E drives, at 30, 120, and 80GB. Anyone know how to set up so it records on the 80GB after the 120GB fills up? or is that even possible?

Thanks guys.

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  #158843 22-Aug-2008 00:28
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Don't think there is any way to do that but if you have more than one tuner you could set each one to a different drive.
I leave my timeshifting on the C:, which is only 20GB.

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