I am planning to use Tablo Ripper to move programs to a USB drive for use while traveling in my motorhome. It appears that if you are using TR in the background and the computer is shut down (or put to sleep), the Tablo hard drive can become corrupt.
After setting up Tablo Ripper in this way, my Tablo becoming very unstable, stopping in the middle of playback, crashing while playing live shows, etc. After reformatting the hard drive, the Tablo is again operating normally.
I found nothing about this in my searching and therefore, set up my computer to do precisely this. While this may be obvious to some, can anyone confirm that shutting down the computer that is running Tablo Ripper can/will corrupt the hard drive? If so, it seems to me there should be mention of this because with this possibility, I would STRONGLY suggest running the computer on a UPS or NOT running TR in the background so you can be SURE it is not accessing the hard drive before shutting down the computer.
Thanks for any comments or thoughts.