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sky+ houskeeping

Discussion in 'Sky Digital TV Forum' started by philthyanimal, Jun 29, 2005.

  1. philthyanimal

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    anyone else used this. I had 9% left,(which looked to be right) ran the houskeeping, all my recordings are still there and i got my free space up 40%
     
  2. englishquad

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    how do you do this?
     
  3. Br41ns

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    :hiya:

    Sometimes it can free up a bit of hard drive space.

    To do it press services,4,0,1, select and it will bring up the installer menu, use option 7 to do a sky+ planner rebuild.
     
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    Do you lose your recordings? Or is this like a defrag?
     
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    Similar to a defrag.
     
  6. RichA

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    Thanks Nick.

    My sky+ is doing the whole "losing space" thing. Sum of all the recordings do not add up to the total. Sum of recordings = 55%. Total on planner is 90+% (!).

    Has anyone uncovered what causes this and found a way of stopping it happen?

    I have already done the full system reset once.

    Thks,
     

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