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ATI's Video card AIW 9700 Pro

Posted on 2004-09-04
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When i try and record TV, nothing happens.  That is it ignores me pushing the record button.  i have unloaded and reload all the current drivers for this card, graphics (loads ok), DVD (loads ok), and MMC (loads ok).  Then i go to record a show.  It records once then no more.  I have a P-4 2.6 GHz, 1 gig memory, C-drive -40 gig quantum fireball, and D-drive Maxtor 250 gig running XP home (SP1).

Everything else seems to work ok, DVD, TV, TV out etc.
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I've got it to work now.  What I had to do was select C: drive as the temporary drive to save to and then after i clicked on Video select the D: drive to save to.  Apparently the video card doesn't like my D: drive as the "temporary" drive.  Does this happen to anyone?
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