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Windows 7: Need to stop recording early!

14 Oct 2011   #11

win7 home premium 64 bit

So far this fall, Ceton Quad cable card tuner and two dual HDhomeRun tuners work well.
In the summer most of the "new" programs I needed to record where non-local (recorded by HDhomeRun tuners) and overlapped time frames. I just received HDhomeRun Prime's triple cablecard tuner and will be adding it as well.

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 Need to stop recording early!

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