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    Recorded program jumping..

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      Recorded program jumping..

      Greetings,

      Noticed something weird with a recorded program.

      Upon playback when the second set of ads start and you press fast forward the timer jumps back to about 13-15 mins, when it should be at about 30 mins. This also happened once, with a different program, when the last lot of ads started and again pressing fast forward the timer jumps back to 30 mins.

      Sky+ box is an Amstrad PVR3.

      Any ideas about the cause or should I just live with it.
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      Re: Recorded program jumping..

      It happens on my HD box and Pace PVR3 Sky+ box.

      It happens most when using x30 speeds, so I just use x12 now and it hardly happens.
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