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Old 11-23-2008, 12:58 PM
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Recordings not showing up after copying sage directory to new build.

I setup another OS/Sage build on another drive. I backed up the sagetv directory from the original system. Sage works fine on that system. So made sure the service was shut down and that sage wasn't running. I copied the enterire direcotyr to a back directory.

Installed my new driver. It's already built. I installed the same ver sage that is on the other drive. Made sure sage wasn't running and copy the backed up dage onto this version.

Starterd up sage and nothing under recording. If I look in the videos directory it sees every recording and rip dvd. I setup is there from the other build. Just not sure why I can't see the recording, favorites, schelde recording.

The wiz.bin file is the same one from the other build. They match up fine.

I'm running Vista 64 bit.

Any thoughts.

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Old 11-23-2008, 01:07 PM
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Figured out what it was. On 64 bit there is a program files and program file
x86. Pieces of sage get put in both. Need to copy the wiz.bin to the program files directory.
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Old 11-23-2008, 05:37 PM
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On a 64 bit OS your main folder for SageTV should be Program Files (x86). That's where all the 32 bit programs go by default. Your wiz.bin and all of your Sage files would go there. That is where the install puts them by default. The Program Files directory is used for native 64 bit programs.

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