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Thread: PVR150 Timestamp issue - new drivers.

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    nforce2/3/4?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sub
    Oh yeah, I almost forgot. YOU NEED TO REBOOT AFTER SETTING THOSE REGISTRY SETTINGS
    Well....that was a little tidbit to leave out .....I have now rebooted....I have some shows slated to record in a couple of minutes so I won't be able to test till sometime tomorrow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sub
    nforce2/3/4?
    nforce3.

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    I was feeling saucy and decided to try them. Just for the record, the "DriverData" key needed to be added altogether? I had to add that key under hcwPP2

    Quote Originally Posted by sub
    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Servic es\hcwPP2\DriverData
    "HcwTimeStampIssue1"=dword:00000001
    "HcwTimeStampIssue2"=dword:00000000

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    Just for the record, the "DriverData" key needed to be added altogether? I had to add that key under hcwPP2
    I'm surprised you'd need to add that. I've not seen a machine with the drivers install but no hcwPP2\DriverData key. I'm not an expert in Hauppauge drivers though, so I dont know for sure.

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    You're not going to believe this but I just recreated this bug with my PVR-500. (We can thank Donald Trump for this one!) I setup my F5 and PVR-500 to record 24 and The Apprentice at the same time. After watching 24 we loaded up The Apprentice and noticed that the show only showed a 13 minute length. Of course, the file is normal sized. Looks like I'll be setting up some recordings after updating the drivers. Unfortunately, I have to wait for the wife to finish watching The Apprentice which seems to be playing correctly in PowerDVD 6.
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    I've always suspected it could possibly occur with the PVR500 given they are very closely related.

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    I'm just very efficent

    I just checked again, and there's more in the one I added now...looks like it generated after it was used, or I set the tweaker or something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sub
    I've always suspected it could possibly occur with the PVR500 given they are very closely related.
    Yeah....I saw the problem very rarely until I installed a PVR500 a couple of months back.

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    Still looking good.....I am actually getting optomistic.

    sub....any clue on what the problem may be? I am just curious.

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