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What purpose did the burning the body scene serve? It's like it was only made to be shown as a teaser preview.
I was hoping that Carol would fake injury to get into the hospital as part of a plan, but getting hit by a car works. And how inexperienced are those guys that hit her? they didn't even pretend to look for anyone else.
From a couple of internet news postings that I saw months ago AND word from a Comcast Store is that Cable Cards are no longer being produced -- can that be true and if so, what happens to our Tivos when the stock of working CC's runs out??? :eek: :confused:
I have been using a Western Digital My Book AV DVR Expander on my Tivo Premier XL and TiVo Premier.
Today, I purchased a new TiVo Roamio Pro. Software ver 20.4.4a.
When I go to setup the external storage, it tells me it is not supported.
As I mentioned, this drive was working fine on another TiVo. I still have the Premier running with another of the exact model of this drive.
The expander drive I have is: WDBABT0010HBK-NESN
I called TiVo today and they said the drive I have is not supported. Funny, the box says it is TiVo compatible and it is the same one they are selling on their website.
The person I talked to said there was nothing they could do to make it work. They took my info and said they would replay the message to a department named AES (I think).
This model is the same one from Best Buy and Amazon.
Can anyone help me figure out why this is not working?
And, why would it and the other TiVo I have work fine with this, just not the Roamio?
Having discovered that there wasn't anything left on it, anyway, after sitting on top of my television (I guess we did watch them, they have no more purpose here.
Anyway, both have at least one dead tuner, but otherwise seem OK.
Anyway, they're here for pickup in Las Vegas if anyone wants them, or wants to send something for shipping pickup (I'm not going anywhere to ship them).
Cold open kind of blah.
I thought the monolog was a train wreck.
Even Jennifer Lawrence was stumbling over the cue cards and kinda sounded drunk. But she's Jennifer Lawrence and I love her, so she was okay.
Woody... okay, I never really liked him, so that was just awful.
The sitcom ad was kind of funny to me.
But the MTV skit. I actually kind of laughed with the "and she's my daughter." Then Cecily's delivery with "Can't shake hands with a ghost."- I had to stop what I was working on for a minute to recover from LOL and to post this.
Do all new mini's come with Lifetime service now?
I am wondering what the maximum number of failed Comcast cable cards are the record?
First MCard -- Activation OK, but total failure in pairing -- drive 90 miles round trip to swap it out with another Motorola MCard
Replacement MCard -- activates, partial pairing -- all installer menu setup values are good except for VAL: which gets a "?" instead of a "V" for validation -- this allows all channels but premium to work but Comcast AND Tivo Support cannot get FULL PAIRING accomplished that is VALID -- at least 18 total hours (including Comcast waits in the phone queue but NOT drive time to nearest Comcast store) and 15 tries including a number of reboots over a three day period. YIKES!!! No matter how many times it was "hit" by Comcast, or how many times MCard was removed and the whole thing was started over, NO JOY!!
When we went to the bedroom to watch the other Tivo, we found that Comcast support had DEACTIVATED ITS MCARD -- another wait on the tech support phone line to get it reactivated and paired -- but that was successful and reasonably quick -- it is a Premiere XL and had been previously online for a few years.
I gave up and am having Comcast come out and personally install a cable card -- am wondering what the maximum number of failed Comcast cable cards is the record before getting one to fully work.:mad:
I WILL give credit to Comcast support and Tivo support for staying with me for up to and more than an hour at a time trying to get the pairing accomplished with a "V" value for validation in the installer menu.:up:
(FWIW, all of my A/V components are hard-wired via Ethernet cables to gigabit router and gigabit switches using cat 6 cables)
I'm an old Series 1 user who had a lifetime sub. I want to get back into Tivo again with a Roamio +. I found a code that took 100 off lifetime but I'm hoping I can find something better.
Are there any codes that would do better than 399 lifetime? How about the ebay auctions?
I have a Roamio Plus, and the "find my remote" button only works sporadically. Typically, it'll work if I've used the remote in the past few minutes, but not if I haven't, which is sort of useless: if I've used the remote recently, I know where it is.
Does anyone have a suggestion on how to get my Roamio to always wake up the remote and make it sing?
I have 3 hooked to a Roamio 6 tuner tivo. It seems when the Roamio is recording too many shows, the mini is unable to view live TV. Is their anyway to hard set the mini so it will be able to view live TV no matter how many shows the Roamio is recording? My father is tech challenged, so when his mini equipped TV can't view live TV he can't watch TV. Thanks.
Hello all... Any input would be greatly appreciated. I own a Premier Lifetime two tuner and just purchased a Roamio Lifetime four tuner because the two tuner just wasn't enough! Can these two Tivos communicate with one another such as watching shows on the Premiere that are recorded on the Roamio? Can the Premier use the Roamio's tuners like a mini does?(house is Ethernet wired). In your opinion would it be better to just try to sell the Premier and buy Minis for the other rooms. Don't know what is best...Thanks
Wow...nothing is ever clean or easy in Hell on Wheels....what an episode. One of the best and some outstanding character development. You just knew Ruth would not choose anything but death for her actions. Incredible scene between her and Bohannon overnight in the jail cell. I'm certainly gonna miss this when next season's over, but it's been good stuff...
I know when they first came out the TiVo Mini only worked with Premiere 4 tuner devices but at the time there was a bunch of talk of dynamic tuner latching instead of permanent locking to allow it to eventually work with 2 tuner devices.
I have 2 Premiere 2 tuner devices and in reality I just want the extender capabilities, I don't want live TV on these remote devices so I don't even want it to latch on to tuners.
So tl:dr version, I know it doesn't state it works with the older 2 tuner Premieres but at one point it was talked about they would, so do they?
Hello all, I stopped getting Bravo shows and I am trying to figure out why. I'm in Denver with XFINITY and successfully recorded channel 761 before, but then it stopped. When I look at the XFINITY lineup online I see the shows, but when I go to that channel through my TiVo it says "Title Not Available." When I search on my TiVo for shows I know are playing it does not find them. I don't think this is an XFINITY issue. What should I do? Thanks!
In the past I've setup multiple remotes with multiple TiVos with no problem, blocking IR ports makes that fairly straight forward. I'll have a new situation soon...
I currently have 1 roamio (with RF remote) and 1 XL4 (with IR remote I believe), I'll be adding another roamio (with RF remote) and am wondering what the procedure will be for making sure the 2 RF remotes don't control both of the Roamios at the same time. They'll be on separate floors, but still pretty close together, one in the basement right below the one in the living room.
Also, if I were to add a TiVo mini with an RF remote to this TiVo-web would I be able to set that up to work to "play well with others" as well?
Any help would be appreciated. If someone has done something similar and has a step-by-step of their procedure that'd be super appreciated!
Thanks in advance to all responders.
edit: looks like I should update my sig sometime soon as well, bit out of a date ;)
Im thinking of replacing ceton with a TiVo. don't know if I will do it yet. I hate calling the cable company.
That would be the latest Walking Dead thread. It was an interesting discussion until the spoiler thing came up, now it's all about that, a completely different discussion altogether.
To hell with rules about spoilers, what this forum needs desperately are rules about inconsiderate babblers ruining threads with off-topic nonsense that goes on and on and on... Or maybe there are such rules and no one follows them or they're not enforced. Folks sure won't follow them if they aren't enforced because, just like that old joke, no one on the internet can resist commenting when someone else is WRONG.
The S3 in the kids room finally died the other day and I upgraded it to a Roamio so now I have no use for this device.
It doesn't power on at all, so I believe the power supply is all that's needed. The HDD worked the last time it was on. I know weaknees sells a power supply replacement for the s3 and it doesn't seem to be a difficult job to do.
I also have a TiVo branded USB G wifi card as well that will come with the unit.
What you get:
S3 backlit remote
USB Wireless G
Dead S3 - you will need to do a 'delete and clear' once you get the unit running unless you like to watch a ton of Disney and Nikelodeon kid shows. :)
There is no service plan on it currently.
Price: $40 plus shipping
With lollipop destined to show up any day now, I unrooted my Nexus 7. Since I have it unrooted, I tried to install the android app from scratch to setup streaming.
The very first thing the apps does is say "Hey! I've detected a streaming device, do you want to setup streaming now?"
Foolishly, I answered "yes". It thinks for a while and says the roamio I'm trying to setup isn't on the account I logged in with. I only have one account. If I use the same login on tivo.com, it shows the roamio as one of my devices. What fun!
While chatting with tivo suppot, I tried restarting the app, and shazam!, the 2nd time I try to setup streaming, it has no problems.
It sure is nice that the very first thing you see when installing the app for the first time is a stream setup that always fails :-). (I cleared the data and cache and uninstalled and reinstalled a couple of times, and the initial failure happened every time).
Posting in here as Roamios are currently the only TiVo model to support Vudu (although Premiere owners may be interested as well).
Vudu seems to be positioning themselves to be the one digital locker to rule them all.