odd problem after Hd upgrade

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  1. bru

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    ok ive just upgraded my drive to a maxtor 200Gb (6B200P0) and its definatly a worthwhile upgrade......BUT.

    now before i did the upgrade one of the programes i had on the seris link function was on E4 without a trace 6pm every night...which the system recorded with out a hitch....but now after the upgrade the same program has no option to assign a series link to it.

    now is it just me....doing something wrong....or some freaky coincidence that they stop broadcasting the link info just at the same time that i did the upgrade.


    any ideas.....?
     
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    Maybe the Christmas schedules have mucked up the series link ?
     
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    could be .......cans anybody else test to see if they can get a series link on this program....?
     
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    I can't even see it listed until the 4th (s1e1), so more than likely the series link time would have been exceeded.
    I tell you the scheduling of some programs on CH4/E4 is just bizarre, having seen the mess they made of the intial run of WAT I can not see why anyone employed by them would consider the show even after extensive editing suitable for a pre-watershed timeslot!
     

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