Pollensa1946 - 1 minute ago »
grahamlthompson - 1 hour ago » ...I don;t agree with Pollensa 1946 either. No UK mains system is immune to transient mains interfered pulse interference.
Anyone here never had to re-boot a locked up PC ?
Yes, that would be what is causing all the problems that people report with the 4000/5000 series. Of course, how could I not have realised that. BTW, I for one have never had a locked up Windows PC caused specifically by mains borne interference.
Which problems specifically.
I Have a 5000T which over Christmas has recorded flawlessly so far everything I asked it to. Despite a 2TB drive it's hard to stop it getting full of recordings.
How would you know if if a lock up was caused by maims born or other causes.
Had you said you never had a a PC lock up on you I might have believed you. Suspect loads more will have experienced this.
Never seen a post by you that I or others could replicate other than widely experienced issues in most cases proved to be external issues.
Frankly, vague most people reports that others cannot replicate or never report similar carry no credence whatsoever.
If you wish to report a issue with enough information that other members can try and repeat perhaps those of us without such obvious bias might try and reproduce.
Frankly quoting vague widespread problems means sod all.
In future if you wish to report a issue, you should post enough information as to give anyone a chance to replicate the problem.
Please stipulate what particular problems you refer to, otherwise your posts are rather pointless and cannot possibly help to improve the product.
Other than the slow UI since I got the FVP-5000T recording wise it has
It's no good for instance posting my box can't log into say ITV player, when others including myself have no issues.
Basically stating my box has issues without and many others without any sort of information is as they say (Fake News
How about you help by posting a detailed analysis of any problem. and then recognise if others do not it's likely not be a box problem but rather a local issue. (Or do you think anyone not finding the issue is not telling the truth). If so speaks volumes as to your attitude.
Given a repeatable set of circumstances I am the first to try and replicate, can you sat the same, I think not.
There are other posts on here from members that are well satisfied with their FVP-50O0T boxes particulary with the reliability of recording except for well known broadcaster screw ups which of course is not a Humax Issue.
You also ignore that only owners who have issues tend to post on forums like, this and mostly do not include enough information as to find out whether the box is likely to be the issue.
Frankly Your post to which I am replying adds precisely nothing to this thread as does your vague and totally undocumented assertions.
It's well known that amongst all Kit that a power off will often restore full operation. Interested to know why you think this is not likely to be memory corruption. So Why do you think that Humax Kit is any different ?