Last night I deleted a recording from my Foxsat HDR. It's an upgraded unit with a 2TB disk (that's been working flawlessly since I installed it over a year ago) and Raydon's 4.04 firmware bundle (that's been working flawlessly since I installed it over a month ago). I then went to delete another recording and it told me that it couldn't delete while another deletion was taking place. I waited, and the deletion icon stayed on-screen. That was odd, so I tried to put the unit into standby. It told me "Power will turn off after deleting file." I waited a little longer, then started to worry. I checked the media listing again. Disk usage was down from 85% (when I had asked it to delete one SP 30-minute recording) to 74%. That's over 200GB of recordings that had apparently disappeared. I telnetted in and rebooted. The unit went into standby, but not into power-saving mode, as though a recording were in progress. I powered on and checked. No recordings were taking place. I tried to put it into standby. "Power will turn off after deleting file." Aauugghh!! I tried various combinations of reboot, power off, hard power off, pulling the power plug completely, reflashing the firmware with a USB stick, but after every attempt the Foxsat would power up and just carry on deleting. I lost another 40GB or so in those experiments. I've left it powered off, and won't touch it until I get home from work tonight. The only other thing I can think to try is to reflash its firmware back to the Humax default, but if that cures things it places an unfortunate "post hoc propter hoc" question mark for Raydon. I'd rather find a cure that identifies the cause for certain. Any suggestions? Anyone ever seen (or heard of) the like?