richard1980 wrote:it is much easier to spend a couple of hours reinstalling everything
CyberSimian wrote:Except that when I installed Windows 7 from DVD, it took over a week to download all of the updates
erkotz wrote:This very much sounds to me like the task to fire the recording isn't firing, as no error is logged - I'd be eyeing task scheduler
barnabas1969 wrote:Erkotz, I would have never thought of that. Great catch!
ael_lel, it seems that your computer repair guy didn't do you any favors. It sounds like he somehow corrupted or changed the files that contain the details of your scheduled tasks when he recovered the deleted files. Task scheduler checks the integrity of those files to prevent malicious use of the scheduler's ability to run tasks with elevated privileges. I don't have experience fixing this issue... hopefully someone else can chime in. I did a quick search, and it seems the consensus is to delete the tasks, both from the file system and from the registry... and then to manually re-create each of the deleted tasks. I sure would hate to tell you to delete and re-create all of those tasks.
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