richard1980 wrote:I think your system is going to sleep and not waking up for the recording (at least part of the system anyway...hard to tell based on your posts). I know you said you have the power settings set to off, but did you check the BIOS for power settings as well? I know my BIOS has its own power settings, but I have disabled them.
I didn't know you could disable sleep states in the bios and still have them function properly in windows.. can you do that? My Bios has options for S3 Only and S3+S4.. I set mine to S3 only and did the same using MST.. and it works great..Wakes to record then goes back to sleep..
I wonder If his BIOS needs the S3 sleep state enabled in his BIOS like you said.. I would also have a look at that If I were you ael_lel.. Sounds like your PC isn't waking to record like it should from your description. You should be
using Sleep(S3) and not
Hibernate (S3+S4 or S4 only)... You said in a previous post that you have all your sleep states set to OFF.. You want to have Sleep mode enabled in S3 mode for it to properly wake and record shows. Shutting the PC Down will not allow it to wake and record anything...
There could be many reasons why it's not waking.. Check the BIOS settings for sleep states and set them to S3 if they are disabled.
Try setting up a recording hours later and sleep the PC, it should wake to record your show. If not then there are other options we can suggest. Post back and let us know what you find out.