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Recording Stops Unexpectedly


Mike Nash
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Hi All

 

I am running Windows 7 SP1, and on my system I have moved my "Videos" folder to another drive (my system drive is an SSD, so I've relocated my documents, pictures, etc. to another drive). When I attempt to record from VHS, the recording stops after one second. As a test, I created a different user account without any of the folders moved and the recording worked fine. But, when I modified the Easy VHS preferences to use a different folder, I was back to having one second of video again.

 

Any thoughts?

 

Thanks

 

 

Mike

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Mike I tried to reproduce this but could not… :glare:

 

I selected an external drive, M:\

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And here we are 21+ minutes into recording and not a problem:

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Generally speaking… it is best to work from your C:\ drive and move stuff to another drive later.

 

If you out grow your C:\ drive, then get another larger one. With a desktop and Win7 it is pretty easy using their Windows Easy Transfer wizard. ;)

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Mike I tried to reproduce this but could not… :glare:

 

I selected an external drive, M:\

post-39730-085559200 1304509285.jpg

 

And here we are 21+ minutes into recording and not a problem:

post-39730-087337100 1304509288.jpg

 

Generally speakingit is best to work from your C:\ drive and move stuff to another drive later.

 

If you out grow your C:\ drive, then get another larger one. With a desktop and Win7 it is pretty easy using their Windows Easy Transfer wizard. ;)

 

 

OP moved it of the SSD drive for obvious reasons.

 

Mike don't use the default example mine 'C:\Users\Mike\Videos\Easy VHS to DVD\Captured Videos' even tho you moved user documents folder. Make a folder and navigate to the off drive from preferences. What Jim did above..

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