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eyetv crashes when i rewind


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anybody else get this? im up to date with the software version i am using dtt stick on my intel mini. its ok if i go a few seconds back but if i try going for a minute or so when i release the rewind button it keeps rewinding kinda slow motion though and slows down the system and i have to force quit.

anyone having the same problem?

solveable?

cheers all
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