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Hello, hoping someone can help me with this as I seem to be stuck in Purgatory between the mercy of TiVo and Mediacom...
Yesterday (Sunday 11/10) as of about noon my time, I was watching TV on my Premiere 4 when all of a sudden, the picture went black and got the message "Searching for a signal on this channel (V52)..." I rebooted my TiVo with no success and tried to re-seat the CableCARD. I ruled out the cable run to that outlet by directly connecting the coax directly to my TV as well as trying my working Premiere AND my Mediacom-supplied digital box in which all of that worked great... So it's not a cable/line issue... I'm using Moca and I can still use Youtube, Netflix, etc so my coax is connected as properly as I can check it!
I called up TiVo support Sunday and went through their troubleshooting, in which they blamed it on the CableCARD. I then took my working CableCARD in my premiere, inserted it in the non-working Premiere 4 and had Mediacom pair it to the P4 - no success, I paired it back to my working premiere and it came right back. Today (Monday 11/11) I swapped CableCARDS and contacted Mediacom to pair it to my Premiere 4 - lo and behold, the problem still persists. I also tried this on other known working outlets in my house... Not using any surge protectors and plugged directly to the outlet, etc...
I checked the DVR Diagnostics on my TiVo and I'm getting 0dB SNR with no signal lock or program lock on all four tuners and the modulation is steadily switching between QAM 64 and 256 (which is odd since the Premiere 4 doesn't have an analog tuner)... The OOB is getting an SNR of 23dB with a positive signal lock and a VCT ID of 124.
The Conditional Access menu is showing just 4 lines of information with Con: Yes EBCP: Yes Val: V 0x00. TiVo is saying the CableCARD is the culrpit. We did the 3-way call with Mediacom and they state that everything is looking in order there and sent hits and pairing signals multiple times... And again, 3 different CableCARDs (and at least 1 known working card) and I'm getting the same info to show for each one (and the working card was successfully re-paired right away with my known working TiVo). After talking with TiVo support again today for over an hour, they are blaming Mediacom and the Card again...
Sorry this is a long synopsis but I'm at my wits end. I've had this Premiere 4 since March and as of right now, it is a very expensive paperweight. TiVo wants me to try yet another card while I don't believe it's a card issue... I believe it's a hardware issue somewhere. I just want it to work and right now, I'm just getting shuttled back and forth.
Anyone have any advice or suggestions before I'm driven to drink? LOL
Good evening folks,
So... after buying a new TiVo Roamio and moving my TiVo (S3) HD to my office, I decided that I didn't need the extender anymore - it was just sucking needless power and giving me storage space I didn't need.
So I read up on what to do to disconnect an external drive. Followed the instructions, unplug TiVo, unplug external drive, plug in TiVo, when prompted, clear, thumbs down three times, hit enter, and all should be right in the world.
Except that after I did that, the TiVo would "process" my command, reboot, and bring me back to that screen of "hey, we don't see that external drive" screen. Do that thumbs down thingy again. Lather, rinse, repeat.
Alright, so my TiVo is having separation issues. So you know what, it's not worth the headache, I'll plug the external drive back in.
Yeah... that made my TiVo angry. Now it reboots, "Welcome! Powering up..." then "Almost there. Just a few minutes more..." and then GSOD - Serious problems, TiVo will try to fix it and it may take 3 hours. It reboots only a few seconds after the GSOD, back to "Welcome! Powering Up..."
This has been cycling for a while.
Did I just kill a perfectly fine TiVo?
I'm handy when it comes to computers - I fix them for a living. But thumbing through the 52 pages of some posts on the forum made my eyes blurry and searching just kinds brought me back to those posts.
I don't mind a project to make this work again, and I don't care about the programs - obviously since I was divorcing the drive and knew that was going to clear most of the programs on it.
Any direction is greatly appreciated... Thank you.
Tivo Stream vs. Slingbox 350 out of home video quality
Which has better video quality on a comparable LTE connection?
Gonna build a new computer, as my old one is about 4 years old....
Here is what I am thinking of.... (drum roll)
Cooler Master HAF932 case
Intel i7-4770K CPU
Asus Z87 Pro Motherboard
Crucial Ballistix memory 16GB
Samsung 840 Pro SSD
Western Digital 2TB HDD for data
Corsair Hydro H90 CPU cooler
Ultra internal card reader
running Windows 7
Will be used for video editing, high end games, etc....
Any comments on any of my choices.... ?
I'm open to suggestions
So, my Cable service, Service Electric Cable TV, decide to encrypt my entire service and go entirely digital. Now I have no signal on my TiVo with a CableCARD. I spent over an hour with 2 people troubleshooting this and still nothing. They tell me that there is a problem with some TiVos and cards not working and they are working with TiVo to fix this. Any help here? My TiVo is a Premiere Series 4 2-Tuner model.
It would be great to see full titles of the programs on the menu.
Is anyone interested in buying a used Premiere that has an account status that stays on "in good standing" even though it has no TiVo service? It has old software that supposedly allows this. I cannot guarantee how long it will continue to work this way, but it appears to be permanent. If it is connected to the internet, the software will be updated, and this functionally will no longer work unless you purchase TiVo service. I have not modified the hardware or software in any way. It is functioning the way the programmer made it.
The bad side effects that I am aware of caused by using a Premiere with no internet connection in this way:
The clock is wrong, and it continues to drift.
A nag message pops up on the screen occasionally stating guide data has run out or there is no service.
The channels numbers will not match your channels unless you live in or near West Palm Beach, Florida and have Comcast. Even if you live near WPB, some channel numbers have and will change.
The hard drive size is the standard small size with two tuners. The model is TCD746320. The manufacturer date is July 31 2010. Only the TiVo, power cord and remote are included.
I am selling it because I decided to use a HTPC. It can be seen in the video shown here: http://www.tivocommunity.com/tivo-vb...=504978&page=2
$60 Local pickup in West Palm Beach, Florida, or $80 with shipping to United States contiguous 48 states.
This would be a great addition to the tiro!
This seems similar to an issue I found on the Premiere forum, but it isn't.
The issue is that I discovered a conflict in my to do list. There were five shows from four season passes set to record in the same time slot.
I then deleted the season pass that was attempting to record the fifth show.
The to do list now shows that the show that was causing the conflict is no longer set to record and all four remaining shows WILL record. OK so far.
BUT, if I press the red "C" button to show only conflicts in the to do list, the original conflict remains and pressing INFO on the show that will not record shows that the original conflicting show is still set to record.... even though per the regular to do list it is not.
This could be an issue where the conflict list hasn't updated yet, but it has been several hours.......
Since the return to Eastern Standard Time last week I've noticed an anomaly with manual recording. Last week and this week I wanted to set manual recordings for The Good Wife and The Mentalist due to NFL games running late. Here's what happened:
* Both weeks when I set the recording for The Good Wife I received a message saying the recording time had already passed. For example, this week I set the time from 9:45PM to 10:45PM (I performed the action at 7:45PM). A message popped up saying the starting time had already passed (which, obviously, it hadn't). I clicked on OK and the recording was then set properly.
* Last week because of the very late start time I set The Mentalist to start at 11:15PM and end at 12:15AM. TiVo refused to accept the manual setting, saying the end time had already passed. Apparently it wouldn't (or couldn't) recognize that 12:15AM was the next day and not the current day.
I've never had this issue before. Please note I have not yet received the new Fall Software Update, so that clearly isn't part of the problem. Any thoughts? Thanks.
I just heard an explosion down the street. TV was up too loud to tell where it came from. Grabbed my remote to rewind and listen again, and it won't work on life.
I have two premiere's and am considering upgrading to Roamio. I currently use the old style "standard definition" display,menus,etc. because they display faster than the HD versions. channels seem to appear quicker (less time with black screen), guide seems faster, et. IN other words the entire user interface experience seems quicker with the SD settings .
Is the old style SD menu option even available on the Roamio, and if it's not are the HD menus, guide, channel changes, etc. quicker on the Roamio than the HD menus on a premiere?
I'd like to see the option of setting up a playlist within the iOS app. My primary use case for upgrading to a Roamio was to be able to fill up an ipad with shows for my toddler to use on road trips. It would be nice to be able to queue up a number of these 30-minute kids' shows and get several hours of playback, rather than selecting individual shows and hitting play. (This feature is also maddeningly absent from apple's own "videos" app.)
Also, are there legal/licensing issues behind the lack of AirPlay support in the iOS app? It would be handy to stream shows from the tivo app to the appleTV at our destination.
Is there any movement to be able to access the Comcast/Xfinity OnDemand programming for the Tivo HD? I know we can get Netflix & Amazon (which we have to pay for the movies) but it seems ridiculous we cannot access the Xfinity OnDemand programming when we're paying the cable company for it. I have had a Tivo since the beginning (the HD box being my second one) and i have a lifetime service plan -- so getting the latest & greatest Tivo is not an option. I dont want to have to get the Comcast DVR but its kind of getting to that point. Anyone hear anything in the works for those of us with Tivo HD?
After being positive the non elim would be last week I was positive it would be this week and I was right :)
The only team I don't like is Pinky and No Brain. As long as they don't win I'm good.
I have a Roamio Pro that I installed at the end of September.
Twice now (11/1/13 and 11/10/13), the box has become unresponsive to the remote which is set for RF mode, a 2nd remote (Glo from my Premiere XL), Logitech Harmony One, and the TiVo application on my iPad. In each case any remote button press on any remote will trigger the amber light on the box to flash but the box would not respond. The box would just lock up at some random point, this most recent time while navigating My Shows. Live TV would still be playing in the preview window so the box is not totally locked up.
The only solution was to pull the plug, let the box reboot and then everything worked fine.
I called TiVo support and there have been no other reports of this according to them, but wanted to see if others have seen this or read about others with this issue. I do not want to swap out the box if this is potentially a software bug, but if most feel this is a hardware issue I will go the RMA route.
I figure if this is a software glitch a fix could potentially address this but the 90 day warranty window is something I do not want to miss out on.
Does Javadi not realize that Carrie and Saul will figure out in 15 seconds that he fed them different information about Brody? I guess the point is for them to fight about it. But he told them both that Brody didn't do it. I'm guessing that means he did it.
The actor playing Quinn is doing some excellent work this season.
The CIA power struggle is starting to resemble 24, with Saul playing the role of Jack Bauer. Only in reverse, policy-wise. Locking his future boss in the conference room pretty much cements him being done, doesn't it? Unless the President changes his mind about whom to appoint.
I could do without the Saul's marriage storyline.
Are we supposed to trust that Dar is on Saul's side now? I don't.
What does the episode title mean?
Just caught up with the 10/27 and 11/3 episodes of Talking Dead last night.
Quickly had to FF thru anything Marilyn Manson had to say just to have any hope of watching, then gave up around the half-hour mark and dropped that ep all together. Holy crap, what a train wreck! Why didn't they find some excuse to get him out of there after the first segment and try to save the hour?
Chris Jericho, on the other hand, was a great guest!
I haven't watched the 11/10 episode yet, but lets hope the producers learned something about having guests that help the show instead of torpedoing it!