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    "Request Cannot be processed" from USB installation

    I kept getting the notorious "Request Cannot be processed" error and I tried the usb-installation. I got the error with it too. So it can't be a share problem with my XP-machine? mvpmcx2 does work when i start it with telnet with the commands from .cgi file.

    Any ideas how to get it to work again?

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    That USB script was user submitted, I figured it was working. I just tried it and found I had to change the reference from USB_DRIVE_A-1 to USB_DRIVE_A in both GB-PVR.html and gbpvr.cgi. I also had to modify GB-PVR.html to point to

    http://localhost.drives:8883/USB_DRI...vpmc/usb_a.cgi

    Martin

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    I managed to install mvpmc to PCH's internal hard disk and it works

    The only problem is that when i exit GB-PVR to normal PCH gui and then try to restart GB-PVR, error "cannot create directory" appears. The directory allready exists from the previous time, and that's why it doesn't work. After rebooting PCH it works normally.

    Any ideas?

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    No worries, it works now

    Thanks for your help again!

    If anyone wants to know how to install mvpmc to PCH's internal disk, i can tell what i did.

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    Personally, I use a USB drive but I am sure it would be good to see your solution. Getting solutions recorded has to be well worthwhile.
    C2Duo E8400, 4GB, GE8600GT, PCH A-100, HVR2200, NPVR 1.5.31, Win 7 x64.

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    The only solution I support for internal hard disk installs is to use the CSI. It is nice because it has version control and it lets you do client updates from the PC.

    Martin

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