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03-16-2017, 04:31 AM
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It was working fine last year (2016) on my Win XP Capture PC with successfull captures,(as I posted a sample of, a few weeks ago here on DFAQ) then after a few months of being idle, (No changes or updates,no online connection) I tried to record a tape, and after hitting "Record" (Camera Icon), I noticed no progress, and the "Stop Record" (Camera Icon) had no response, whole window was UN-responsive, but no error warning either, but I knew something wasn't working right, after a few re-starts, same problem, which prompted me to do the easiest fix, which was to Restore PC to an earlier Known working state, (to 2015), it started and stopped recording OK again (But with wrong huffyuv settings as posted a few days ago) The main point here is if anyone knows what would cause ATI MMC PVR to freeze up/crash,after it was working just fine?..is there a cashe or memory of built up files in program that builds up after awhile, that has to be cleared before proceeding to more Recording?

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