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I've recently upgraded to a Premiere 4 and love it but there is one bug driving me crazy.
When watching a delayed live channel such as a baseball game but I'm back in time...
then I fast forward towards real time...
when I hit real-time it reverts to 'play' but the audio is not present. I have to hit the 5-sec rewind button to get the audio back.
Anyone have any ideas or seen anything similar?
I'm trying to install moca on my DSL from AT%T. I have the POE filter on at the box incoming cable just before a 3 splitter coming into the house.
plugged the WAN into the modem/router (it is an actiontec GT784wn) plugged the router to the actiontec Moca adapter, plugged the coax cable from the wall to the actiontec moca adapter and then into the tivo.
I still get cable (noticed its a little slower to come in) on both TVS
In the other room is my premier 4 and it is not detecting moca.
The COAX light is not showing on the MOCA adapter. Power and ethernet are green. How do I troubleshoot from here? is my modem/router compatible? do I need to enable something?
I recently resubscribed to Netflix. But, on both my HD and HD XL, I cannot get Netflix to show up in the Now Playing List.
Anyone else having this problem?
I've posted previously regarding SNR #'s and Signal Strength issues. Comcast has replaced some grounding blocks that certainly displayed issues and the SNR#'s have improved to TiVo standards but I've still got image issues and the Uncorrected Errors and Corrected Errors are crazy high numbers.
I've reset both my machines a couple times which clears the cache but I've still got ridiculous I believe issues there. TiVo says should have near 0 - could some of you just post #'s from the cable card diagnostics page for your Uncorrected and Corrected numbers and maybe include the SNR# recorded also. The connect time is shown in seconds and I don't know that I'm concerned with that, I'm more interested with maybe establishing a ratio of the uncorrected to the corrected.
I don't believe that there's a difference in machines and i mentioned it's a Motorola Card
No surprise that Kaitlyn went home. She really was the best choice. Get her out while you can.
I wonder if Aryn is going to keep her deal or totally screw them over. Should be an interesting week.
I have an HD3 TiVo 1350 which supposedly has 1241 SD hours. To save space, I record in SD.
When I left for a 3 day trip, I deleted as much as possible. I had recordings to protect from a few years ago (but not on KUID). When I returned Sunday, all was well, but my deleted recordings were down to about 100. It seemed like I page upped fewer times and noticed that was odd.
(Usually, I have 200-400 deleted recordings, and can page up about 20-25 times to the top.)
Yesterday, I went to undelete a program, and there were only TWO programs in my undelete file, and I sure didn't record 100 shows and had also done daily multiple deletes. It seems like many recordings have disappeared too.
So, I diligently removed more programs that I figure I won't watch, and got up to 67, I think. This morning, there are only 54 programs in my deleted file.
What could be happening? Where are my programs going? What should I do to stop this shrinking of my HD?
Any ideas or suggestions? Do you need more information from me? Thanks.
To demonstrate the sad state of television programming, PBS station WNET is promoting a series of fake reality shows that are absurd and idiotic but sadly, would not look out of place on TV. As part of the campaign the station produced thoroughly convincing trailers for three of them: Long Island Landscapers, Clam Kings, and Meet the Tanners. The campaign urges viewers who have had enough of bad television to support WNET.http://www.thirteen.org/tvgonewrong/
In other news, the 9th Circuit sided with Dish in Fox's lawsuit against them regarding the Hopper's channel-skipping feature.
Doesn't impact Tivo directly right now, but should they one day decide that trying to be cozy with content partners won't pay the bills, they have some legal leverage to do the same.
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For those of you with FIOS service...I am in the process of converting from Xfinity to FIOS - will have FIOS installed next week. I have four TIVO devices - a TIVO Premiere 4, a TIVO Premiere, a TIVO 3 HD, and a TIVO Mini. I will not have any FIOS boxes. I am debating the value of also obtaining a TIVO stream. Do the various FIOS apps allow you to stream/record to IPADs and other mobile devices and have a good selection of shows and movies? Or would a TIVO stream give me a lot more options and flexibility?
Thanks in advance for your thoughts....
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There were so many! But I was just wondering what everyone's favorites were.
Go to this link and there's a list.
There are so many, but I think this'd be my top five:
1. Lennie Briscoe. One of my favorite characters on TV period.
2. Robert Goren (CI) Love his mental instability.
3. Munch (SVU): He makes me laugh
4. Zach Nichols (CI) Weird choice, but he really grew on me in his one season.
5. This one's a toss up. I loved Alex Eames, but I also enjoyed Captain Danny Ross (CI)
(List however many you like.)
wow! just read over at fierce cable website where cablevision now has a 10 tuner dvr that lets you record 10 shows at once!!! Makes me wish cablevision was available in my area! I hate to say it but tivo seems to be getting further and further behind.:eek:
In a recent episode radio communications between officers played a central role. Obviously noone involved with obtaining props for the show is an amateur radio operator.
In the show the cophouse base radio was repeatedly shown tuned to the 20-meter ham band which is exclusively assigned to the amateur radio service in the US not public service. And, even if they had FCC special permission to use it, it is not particularly effective for local communications.
And finally, one of the detectives used a handheld radio to communicate with the base radio but handheld units are not manufactured for this band.
Let the "so whats" begin. ;)
I have two Motorola tuning adapters and both exhibit the same behavior, so I believe I can rule out a hardware issue. That said, I'm wondering if anyone else is experiencing the following:
Every time my cable company experiences an outage or my power goes out, my tuning adapters go out of sync with a flashing amber light and has caused me to miss recordings especially if I'm traveling. No matter how long I leave them, they will never go back in sync unless I power cycle them and this usually solves the issue. There are times however, where multiple power cycles are necessary to get them back in sync. My cable company (Bright House) seems clueless as to why this is happening and can't seem to produce an answer.
Yet another frustrating issue with tuning adapters and SDV...
I have an old Series 2 (AT&TiVo) that is now connected to a DTA. I set up the DTA over 6 months ago, and everything has been working fine.
But today, after maybe a week of not watching this TV, I turn it on and find that all of the video looks scrambled. This is on every channel. The TiVo menus look fine, only the channel video is scrambled. I assumed a problem with the DTA and power-cycled it.
However, that didn't fix it, so I hit Standby on the TiVo, which enables RF passthrough so I can see the DTA output directly on the TV. Low and behold, the video looks just fine. All of the channels look good.
But when I go back to the TiVo, all the video is still scrambled. I restarted the TiVo, which didn't help at all. Then I re-ran Guided setup to repeat the cable box setup. That didn't help either, as all through Guided setup the video was scrambled still.
How can the TiVo be scrambling what appears to be a perfectly good video signal? Could it be a hardware failure? I wasn't able to find any similar reports on the forum.
Thanks for any help.
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I have a Premiere on 1 tv and a Series 3 on another tv - two separate rooms.
All of a sudden today, both are choking on a small handful of channels. The rest seem to be fine.
Anyone in Seattle, with Comcast have any issues with 104, 109, 112 or 114? (4, 9, 12 and 14 are fine) I'm in Pioneer Square.
Comcast can't find anything so they are sending someone out on Thursday but I can't believe the fix is here. It's not critical. I'm not missing any content, I just think it's weird.
So it looks like one of my TiVo HDs hard drive is dying. Got three code 7s in the S.M.A.R.T. test. It's a 1TB drive that was swapped into it a few years ago (actually, I think I got it on EBay already upgraded). I have some other smaller drives lying around, so I'm wondering the following...
1. If I use a hard drive cloning dock, can I copy the dying HDD to a new one (preserving recorded shows, system settings, account info, etc.)?
2. Can I copy to a smaller HDD (e.g. 500GB) if I delete enough shows from the 1TB drive before the copy?
3. Will copying from the bad drive potentially write bad data to the new drive? Or is it more likely a hardware issue causing the code 7s?
I'm pretty computer savvy, so I could also do a traditional copy/swap. I just read that the cloning docs work faster. I also picked up another TiVo HD off Craigslist for $25. So if all else fails I can start fresh. Although I'd rather not lose all my shows (or have to TTG 1TB worth of content).