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    retepfb

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    Trying to get a copy of humaxrw so I can backup the recording from my 9300T to windows PC but every link fails. Any help appreciated.

    Reason is my 9300T is poorly, keeps resetting, loosing recording schedule and only has 3 days on the program guide for some channels. Luckily it has a few months left on the warranty. So its going back but I want to save all of the recordings.

    Thanks

    Peter

    Sat 15 Jul 2017 11:13:51 #1 |
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    Welcome to our Forum

    Did you check our FAQ's

    Sat 15 Jul 2017 11:23:41 #2 |
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    Just went back to the forum and now the download worked. Do the downloads only work if you are a member/signed in?

    Sat 15 Jul 2017 11:27:37 #3 |
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    Have tried to access the drive using both humaxrw and humaxcheck but not working. It is connected via a USB caddy and would be 3rd hard drive, do these programs only work when connected directly to a sata port on the PC?

    C:\Program Files (x86)\Humax>humaxrw 4: -l
    \\.\PhysicalDrive4: No such file or directory

    C:\Program Files (x86)\Humax>humaxrw 3: -l
    \\.\PhysicalDrive3: Permission denied

    C:\Program Files (x86)\Humax>humaxcheck 2:
    humaxcheck version 0.10W (c) xyz321
    Writes to the Humax disk are disabled
    Humax disk: Permission denied

    C:\Program Files (x86)\Humax>humaxcheck 3:
    humaxcheck version 0.10W (c) xyz321
    Writes to the Humax disk are disabled
    Humax disk: Permission denied

    C:\Program Files (x86)\Humax>humaxcheck 4:
    humaxcheck version 0.10W (c) xyz321
    Writes to the Humax disk are disabled
    Humax disk: No such file or directory

    Any views?

    Sat 15 Jul 2017 12:29:18 #4 |
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    retepfb - 1 hour ago  » 
    Just went back to the forum and now the download worked. Do the downloads only work if you are a member/signed in?

    Yes you have to be signed in.

    Sat 15 Jul 2017 12:54:48 #5 |
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    retepfb - 5 hours ago  » 
    Have tried to access the drive using both humaxrw and humaxcheck but not working. It is connected via a USB caddy and would be 3rd hard drive, do these programs only work when connected directly to a sata port on the PC?

    A USB caddy should be OK. If you are running under later versions of Windows you need to start humaxrw from a command prompt that has administrative privileges. IF you don't know how to do this please advise what version of Windows you are using.

    Sat 15 Jul 2017 18:09:43 #6 |
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    Thanks for the advice. Using Win 7. I rebooted as had run a Linux program before and the drivers may have interfered. Selected run as administrator and its working. I decided to move to another PC and that runs XP. working fine on this PC as well.
    Could not get ts2hrw to run as could not find the arguments needed, this was to check for corrupted files before kicking off the copy to PC.
    Well its copying now, using the humaxrw n: -g 20,23-26 command and its generating the 4 files for each recording. 160GB to copy so will be a few hours.
    Regards Peter

    Sun 16 Jul 2017 10:29:36 #7 |
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    The copy process stopped after 5 recordings (20 files).
    -l shows 88 recordings which was same as Humax list.
    -i only shows details of 9 recordings.

    Placed disc back into Humax and removed any file that had a lock/protect and found one that had a green no entry sign on it. found that to be half of a recording. Only way to delete was to select it first then delete.

    Cleared all copied files from PC and started the copy again using -g 20,23-26.

    Again stopped after 5 recordings/20 files. The recording numbers are quite random in the copy process.

    Should I try -b to copy all files from humax disc to pc?

    Sun 16 Jul 2017 11:38:44 #8 |
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    retepfb - 28 minutes ago  » 
    The copy process stopped after 5 recordings (20 files).
    -l shows 88 recordings which was same as Humax list.
    -i only shows details of 9 recordings.
    Placed disc back into Humax and removed any file that had a lock/protect and found one that had a green no entry sign on it. found that to be half of a recording. Only way to delete was to select it first then delete.
    Cleared all copied files from PC and started the copy again using -g 20,23-26.
    Again stopped after 5 recordings/20 files. The recording numbers are quite random in the copy process.

    It does sound as though the file system is quite badly damaged.

    Should I try -b to copy all files from humax disc to pc?

    Too long since I used humaxrw for me to offer useful advice beyond try it and see.

    Sun 16 Jul 2017 12:15:21 #9 |
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    retepfb - 1 hour ago  » 
    Could not get ts2hrw to run as could not find the arguments needed, this was to check for corrupted files before kicking off the copy to PC.

    That isn't the purpose of ts2hrw. Its purpose is having used recovery mode to copy files from the Humax to a PC to recreate .hre files on the PC so that recordings can subsequently be copied back to the Humax.

    Sun 16 Jul 2017 12:18:32 #10 |

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