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Discussion in 'TiVo Premiere DVRs' started by jcostom, Mar 30, 2010.
What case uses those?
Antec 900 uses a 200mm
-looks over at his Antec Nine Hundred-
He commented on 230mm fans and implied multiples of the 200-230mm sizes. The Antec case only has one 200mm.
Maybe we start an Antec Nine Hundred thread because I LOVE mine. It does need a new X6 Phenom in there however...
Thermaltake cases maybe?
The popular 2TB WD20EARS is on sale at Dell for $94.99 w/free shipping…
FWIW the 1TB model is also on sale for $54.99 w/free shipping…
2TB model on its way - thanks!
Hey All - my Premiere is on the way and should be here on Monday. I'm looking for advice as to whether I wait a little while before upgrading the hard drive, or if I just do it right away?
Obviously downside to upgrading straight away will be the loss of the warranty.
Thanks in advance.
See my response to more-or-less the same question a few days ago
Enjoy your new TiVo!
Thanks Rich! I'm actually just up the road from you in Multnomah Village/SW PDX.
Your advice sounds good to me and was along the lines I was thinking.
Can anyone recommend a free way to share or transfer my 2gb image? MobileMe isn't cutting it and some have a problem with me using a file transfer service.thx
there are actually quite a few of us from the NW here. So you're in good to questionable company.
I think that if you replaced it right away, and later put the original back in it and sent it back, wouldn't they notice that it hasn't received any updates?
Tivo knows that you put a new disk to begin with It's connected to the net. So point is moot when you do it the second time. But point is also that Tivo has not prosecuted anybody for just replacing the disk, yet. Call it "gray area".
My Tivo Premiere is coming today, but I was going to go hold off on the 2TB upgrade until after I am sure that the family is happy with it. I have Comcast coming out on Monday for the Cablecard install. Is it better to do the drive upgrade AFTER the cable card install or before?
Pretty much the same question: http://www.tivocommunity.com/tivo-vb/showthread.php?p=8146297#post8146297
In short - after
Why not just crack open the dvr expander, and pop in a larger TB AV hard drive?