Hi,Edit: XP is the OS.
MSE=? (MSFT Security Essentials? ) YES! That is the BSOD and it is MSE that is the cause. Using SAFE mode and turning Real Time Monitoring off allows booting, other wise it is a continuous loop. DEP (Data Execution Prevention) is suspected but I cannot find the event log entry to prove it. Motherboard had memory socket problems in the past. Freezing the computer on BSOD is planned when I am up to it.
CW_EPG never has had a BSOD AFAIK ever.
Note: It is the listing window that offers the padding. As the program has already started the start padding must be and is ignored. The end time padding can be applied. (Just an annoyance.)
The padding is omitted for various reasons, so you may be running into some constraint that you're not expecting and that's why it disappears on some occasions.
Yes, HDHR recording failures I have not seen before ~ four months ago. BTW, Fusion may be playing back a previous capture but VLC media player is in use more of the time. (I must be watching a capture to note the HDHR light not on when expected.)
You seem to be suggesting that HDHR recordings are not occurring as scheduled...this is highly unusual. That plus the BSOD causes me to suspect hardware/OS installation issues.
OS has not been reinstalled for a long time.
Yes, hardware is suspected. HDHRs, NAS and computer cables just have been disconnected and reconnected, all have been deadstarted.
I have three items, perhaps related. Last night it was Leno.
1) Right clicking a program (Leno or Letterman, PBS Newshour ...) in the listings window and selecting "Schedule Capture (default padding) always produces (no padding) even when an matching entry is in the match list. It's the end padding not being added that is the problem.
2) Why do I wish to do #1? When the entry IS in the match list and has been scheduled and SHOULD have started already on one of my HDHomeRun tuners and I just caught the error and wish to start another capture to get the rest of the program.
I am looking for an debugging technique. I have dead started both of the two HDHRs and my Wireless router and sometimes the problem does not occur again for a time (Days, Weeks). This messes up CW_EPG which must be started twice to get back in sync.
3) MSE gives a BSOD on booting and I must use Safe mode to turn off RT monitoring. Two UN-installs and reinstalls plus searching the MSE web page have not helped. MSE icon is red with "X". (I feel safe with NO RT monitoring. I can wipe HD and reinstall very quickly.) I cannot find the BSOD data in the event viewer on XP where it appeared before.
SHFEdited by SFischer1 - 6/30/12 at 10:25am