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Premiere Elite menu scrolling slow and also locks up

Discussion in 'TiVo Premiere DVRs' started by CynPiz, Jul 26, 2012.

  1. lpwcomp

    lpwcomp Active Member

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    John's...
    Try power cycling the TiVo with everything else connected and powered up.
     
  2. Kingpcgeek

    Kingpcgeek Couch Potato

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    Please never buy anything from Monster. Monoprice has a 3-Way 5~2400MHz splitter for $2.51

    Be warned that depending how the coax is wired in your house the MoCA route may work, and it may not. For example in my house I have home runs from the DMarc on the outside of the house to each wall jack. The run from the street goes to a 2-way splitter, one line going to the Cable modem, the other going to an 8 way amplified splitter. Since MoCA signals cannot pass through the amplifier I cannot use MoCA to my Cable modem/router.
     
  3. CynPiz

    CynPiz New Member

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    Ok - Sorry late post but I was at work until late last night...

    There are no additional splitters before the TiVo...But I do agree that the problem may have something to do with the way coax is wired in my house...
    Kingpcgeek sheds some light on the subject...Of course there is an amplifier splitting the signal or I wouldn't have the cable signal strong enough for all my TVs...

    This apparently is not needed for FiOS? Fiber optics must be much diff from digital cable signal? It doesn't need amplification? Therefore MoCA can be pushed thru?

    BTW - In addition to not being able to receive the MoCA at the TiVO, the adapter interfered with my telephone signal. It was causing that tunnel & flipping effect which made it difficult to have a conversation...
     
  4. compnurd

    compnurd New Member

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    The use of an AMP just depends. I have cable but my signal coming into my house the signal is strong enough so i dont need an AMP
     

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