I think i have a similar Problem here..
Hardware is a picoscope 6402, Software is the latest Picoscope release.
I set up the scope to record up to 2000 sequences of about 2500 samples each and with all 4 channels active.This should result in about 20 Megasamples which fit easily into the internal 32Meg of memory.I set up the trigger to "repeat" mode.
Then I start the aquisition and the trigger-source at a rate of about 2Hz and erverything seems to be fine, as I can see the data appearing on screen with ervery trigger-event.
My trigger-source is stopped after the first 1395 events (more events to come later) and the Software also shows this value as number of aquired sequences.
Everything seems fine, but when I want to take a look at the data, the first 1000 sequences (sometimes more sometimes less) show only flatline signals, not even some LSB noise. The funny thing is that when I start the aquisition with trigger mode "none" or "auto" all frames seem to contain real-world data. Unfortunately those trigger modes ara of no use to me.
I tried to overcome the problem by using the alarm-capture feature and instantly save the buffers to harddisk and again averything seemed fine...until the complete sequence of 1395 trigger-events was repeated four or five times: It seemed as if with more files the destination folder the software needed an inreasing amount of time to save the data and as a consequence triggers were "lost"...
Any suggestions ?