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Recording Hiccups

I have loads of recording hiccups, is there a way I can delete them en masse or do I need to go through them individually?  Many thanks in advance.

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You don't need to do anything to them. They do no harm! And any more will be listed in date order for you to easily find any problems you might have with recordings. I very rarely need to look at mine. Hopefully you'll only need to look occasionally too. 


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You don't need to do anything to them. They do no harm! And any more will be listed in date order for you to easily find any problems you might have with recordings. I very rarely need to look at mine. Hopefully you'll only need to look occasionally too. 

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Thanks Parrotperson.  I asked as there are 17 pages of hiccups and thought  they would make any huge difference to the useable disk space.  I don't tend to keep programmes once they have been watched so presumably not.  Shows how bored I am  that I am looking for irrelevant things to do while I recover from my back op!

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Ha! No I hey make no difference to your disc space. Hope you recover well and soon. 

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Thank you for all your help.  Smiley Happy

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