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Signal Protected


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I have used my Roxio HD Pro for months now, without any major problems (there's no doubt the software could be better), until today. Even when I plugged in a second input via HDMI from my PC, it worked fine. That part still works. Just out of the blue a few hours later, my PS3 decided that it didn't want to record, "Signal Protected". I have it set to record component, everything is hooked up perfectly, I even swapped in my PSP for a test, and same thing. It records for a few seconds, then the screen flashes, says "SIgnal Protected", then resumes recording an entirely new file. I even tried uninstalling, reinstalling, repairing, all that, nothing. Any fix for this, cause its most definitely the software. The attached picture was taken within the second or so that it happened. This time, it happened multiple times in quick succession, the empty spaces filled in with a green "ready".

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I have used my Roxio HD Pro for months now, without any major problems (there's no doubt the software could be better), until today. Even when I plugged in a second input via HDMI from my PC, it worked fine. That part still works. Just out of the blue a few hours later, my PS3 decided that it didn't want to record, "Signal Protected". I have it set to record component, everything is hooked up perfectly, I even swapped in my PSP for a test, and same thing. It records for a few...

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