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Toshiba RD-97DTKB: Unable to stop resume

Spooky12

Standard Member
I have been trying to watch a programme that I am in the process of recording from the beginning. The manual says press play, but I get the last recording that I was watching instead. It seems as though the resume is still on, even though I I press stop several times. I cannot select the new programme from the menu of recordings as it does not appear until the recording is completed.

Any ideas??
 

Gavtech

Administrator
I have been trying to watch a programme that I am in the process of recording from the beginning. The manual says press play, but I get the last recording that I was watching instead. It seems as though the resume is still on, even though I I press stop several times. I cannot select the new programme from the menu of recordings as it does not appear until the recording is completed.

Any ideas??

Possibly the problem may be that it is a timer recording that is taking place?

The 'watch a current recording' feature may only apply to manual recordings.
 

Gavtech

Administrator
Possibly the problem may be that it is a timer recording that is taking place?

The 'watch a current recording' feature may only apply to manual recordings.

(Also the recording being made must be on the HDD)
 

Spooky12

Standard Member
It is happening during a timed recording, but I have just tried it again with a manual recording and it is behaiving in the same way. Also, I was recording to HDD.

I think that it used to work and prhaps my recorder has just developed a fault. I have tried switching it off and on at the mains, to see if it clears it, but it did not.

Thanks for your advice anyway
 

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