An update on my situation...
I ran the installer for the updated version of MyHD and its drivers. On my first attempt, I encountered this error:
An error occurred during the move data process: -115
File Group: Filters
File: C:\\Program Files\\MyHD\\MyHD_AudFilter.ax
I clicked the OK button, and the install ceased. I then re-ran the install, and it got past the point where I received the first error message (which was when it shows the three vertical bars that fill up, and each one has a different icon below it... a folder, a cd drive, and an octagon that says "Low"). It appeared to be almost complete, when I received my second error message:
MyHD Driver Installer - Error in UDFPNPD()
Access Is Denied
I again clicked OK, and I got to the installation finalization window, where you select if you want .tp and .ts files to be associated with MyHD, etc... I then restarted as was required.
Once my PC was back up, I opened MyHD. Checked the version, and it is now the latest version. I went to my QAM input, and could not view any QAM channels at all. I did a channel scan, and it found nothing. I then wiped out all of my QAM scanned channels, and am in the midst of a full re-scan (digital only, instead of Auto or Analog). It is finding channels now, so I guess I will have to wait and see if I can reliably tune into them now.
BTW, there is also a problem with MyIRC. The system tray icon for it is red, and it says that I need to check my IR receiver. I tried using the remote, and it did not work. I will unplug it and plug it back in to see if that fixes it, but beyond that, any other suggestions?
Another issue... I recorded two PBS-HD programs this morning, ran them through HDTV2MPEG2 to chop off the trash at either end of the show, and converted them to AVI with AutoGK. The resulting files have audio sync issues... they are off by a few seconds. I thought that by grabbing the program directly from the source via QAM, I could avoid issues like this that I have seen before when capturing and converting OTA programs. Do you think Cox's signal was weak or something, or would it be more likely to be an issue with my PC? Any recommendations on what I can do to fix the problem? (FYI, I also ran the original .tp file through MPEG2Repair, and the log file noted that I had something like 30 seconds of audio sync issues, and 20 seconds of video sync issues).