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I just got caught up... and there's no threads for the past couple of weeks? :(
Barbara Hershey is a GREAT actress... I am completely buying her reunion story, even though I know it won't work. :)
Henry opened a Sam's-Club-sized can o' worms with his revelation that Dr Frankenstein isn't in the story book, so who knows WHO could be in the town?!
I'm trying to figure out where this season is headed. We now have all of the known major players in Storybrooke. But Rumpel and Emma are headed to DCish (maybe Pennsylvania?), though the Cora and Regina Reunion Sobfest may put the kibosh on that.
Things seem to be running an hour earlier than the schedule indicates. For instance, ST V is supposed to still be on with ST VI scheduled to start at 3PM EST. In reality , ST VI started at 2PM EST.
...with a Mastercard and this coupon: http://image.emailinfo2.bestbuy.com/...upon_final.pdf
its a $50 off of $100 or more when you use the coupon and a mastercard. so you can use it on anything that is not in the fine print.
got it from here: http://slickdeals.net/permadeal/8817...t+Frontpage%29
the best buy sales idiots refused to take it because they said it was fake, its not from best buy (although its from bestbuy.com), they've never seen it, you know the drill. so i went to the store manager and he rung it up the right way.
got the tivo stream for $85.
I will be switching to a new cable/Internet provider shortly. Since I need my Internet connection to run Guided Setup again when making this switch, I'm seeking advice from others who may have undertaken this kind of change as to when I should re-run Guided Setup.
Should I do it while I still have my old Internet connection in place, before the installer arrives? Or will I be safe waiting until after both my new Internet and cable connections are wrapped up? I'm assuming that I can confirm operation of the new CableCARDs merely by tuning some of the new channel numbers if I haven't re-run it yet, should the installer need to see that as a measure of success.
Also, any suggestions as to how long it should take for most of my guide data and SPs to get updated?
Thanks for any insights.
I am watching on NBC. Anyone else watching? Who has the best coverage?
I upgraded to a Premier and deactivated my S3. Now I want to reactivate my S3. I had a DVR extender on my S3 which had been giving me issues, so when I deactivated it, thinking I would not use it again, I never went through the steps to remove the DVR Extender from the S3. The Extender is long gone. Now I want to reactivate the S3 and add a new iTB Extender. I can't seem to get to the screen that allows me to install the new DVR Extender. The S3 keeps asking for the old Extender, which I do not have.
Is there a factory reset option for the S3 somewhere? I am not interested in any recording that might be on the S3.
I saw this on slickdeals.
It doesn't list TiVo so you could possibly save $50 off the Stream and get one for $79.99. It does list set top boxes as an exclusion so it might not work., but it is in store only so we won't know until someone tries.
I don't have the remote that came with my tivo premiere, so I started using the remote from my series 2. It has one button for guide/live tv, when i press it, i cannot get the guide to come up. Any suggestions?
Hello - I have a TiVo series 2 and want to use it with my direct tv cable box. When I go to change the the channel setup on my TiVo, there is no option for my direct TV box. My model number is H25/700. Can anyone suggest what option I can select to allow my Tivo DVR to control my DT receiver? Thank you in advance.
Pad now they are showing the presentation of the trophy and it is running into Hawaii 5 0 probably 15 minutes will do it.
I have several Toshiba SD-H400 series 2 units. In the past, I've occasionally had a message of "Searching for signal on satellite in" after booting up. Usually, rebooting would solve this problem. I just purchased another one of these because it has a lifetime plus subscription. I have gone thru guided setup for both cable and satellite and in each case got the searching for signal on (cable/sat). Both are properly working when connected directly to the tv. Several reboots have failed to get a signal. Obviously, since this has the lifetime sub, I want to get it working. I have a couple other identical units I can use for parts if I need to. I don't want to lose the lifetime sub which I assume is stored in the OS and not the hard drive. (btw, the unit functions just fine playing from the now playing list) Any thoughts on where the problem lies? Can I put the motherboard and hard drive from this unit into a different one? Or put the I/O board from another unit in this one? Any help would be greatly appreciated:)
So I did a little digging and didn't find much so I'm sure everyone here is tired of Comcast and Tivo questions. But I could really use some help cus I'm kinda confused. Maybe someone can explain something for me.
SO my setup is, Comcast Internet Only.. No TV Package. Yeah yeah I know.. give me a second. And a Tivo Premiere.
So anyways, if i plug my cable line into my TV, just my tv. I get all kinds of local channels and HD channels. But then if I plug the same cable line into my Tivo.. Nada, I get nothing. So I was reading about this mapping junk. How can this be? I don't understand how my TV can find channels just fine. But the Tivo plays dumb? Or am I just doing something wrong?
Any advice would be great. The other option I have is to get an Antenna, but I only get Washington DC channels, and I'd rather get Baltimore Channels, which is what Comcast gives me on my TV.. Ugh
Thanks in advance.
Hi, I'm trying to connect my series 2 TIVO to an Insight mini box. Everything is going smooth until the screen says select your cable box manufacturer. The bottom of the mini box says "Made for insight by TECHNICOLOR" but they are not listed in my choices to select.
Please help this noobie if you can.
I notice several threads about Netflix streaming here and on the HD forum, but nothing recent. I just got the Premiere...it is on the latest software. I connect OK to Netflix, but when I start running a movie, it will load and start running, but within a couple of minutes, the video will go black while the audio keeps running. The only way out of it (that I know) is to go back to live TV, try TiVO again, but the same thing happens. I'm connecting with a G adapter with an N router, if that matters (TiVO told me that would not be a problem, and I have had no problems connecting to the TiVO service with that setup, and also streams Comcast OnDemand fine). I may try calling TiVO tom'w, but wonder if it's a Netflix problem.
Had the power supply go out on my TCD240 box. Fortunately, I had a spare unsub unit stored away for just this purpose so I'm back up. Initial indications are that it is the 5 volt side that is bad. No bulging caps, no obvious hot spots on the board so maybe it's just the regulator. here's the question: does anyone have a schematic for this thing?
I have purchased a number of Blu-Ray sets for TV series. I noticed that they have all been 1080i. This is very frustrating as some of my playback devices do not like interlaced video. I will lose video resolution if I fix this problem. For all of my other Blu-Ray TV series, I have just ripped the proper m2ts files and called it good.
Is there a good reason other than being cheap for a release to be 1080i?
Sepinwall REALLY hates
FWIW: I did use the feedback survey provided here
1) Linux native client
2) NHL GameCenter Live
3) Redbox Instant
4) ALL menus in HD
1) TiVo is a Linux-based product and should embrace it roots. I use Ubuntu as my primary OS and have a Windows box only for transfering TiVo recordings and to provide my wife access to Microsoft Office. By requiring Windows and Mac, you are basically requiring subscribers to purchase additional equipment to fully use your product.
2) As I no longer have a cable or satellite provider by choice (there never seems to be anything on) I would like to use my Lifetime TiVo for everything rather than flipping between TiVo, Xbox, Sony BluRay. My Xbox and BluRay both have these options.
3) Same as 2, pretty much with a couple edits: As I no longer have a cable or satellite provider by choice (there never seems to be anything on) I would like to use my Lifetime TiVo for everything rather than flipping between TiVo, Xbox, Sony BluRay. My Xbox and BluRay both have these options coming soon.
4) In the words of ESPN's Michael Irvin "C'mon man!!!" Digital TV (HDTV) was legislated in 1996, available in 1997 and became the churn reducer for DirecTV in 2002 (along with the HR-250). This is 2013 ... and TiVo is still dragging behind on an easy update. I have had 3 OTA HD stations since 2003 and today they are all HDTV on my UHF loop, which is my TV provider. It is really irritating to need to look at something on my TiVo and need to wait for the unit to flip between 1080p, 1080i, 720p and 480p. They are images for crying out loud. They do not require much of a code update other than to update the actual images and the symlinks!
All of the above suggestions will make TiVo the leader again. Roku currently owns TiVo in the streaming media markets, Sony and Microsoft are both working on it. I can tell you that if these services are available I will purchase a new top end unit with lifetime service for my other TV. Now I would never ask TiVo to bow to one single subscriber, however, the TiVo Community (TCF) has clearly illustrated the customer demand for these features. The real product is the function and the UI and TiVo has been lacking in leading these areas for sometime.
l have TiVo Premiere XL - a few old or so. It's begun recording a lot of movies (bc my wife tends to record movies), so I wanted to remove some of the thumb ratings from movies, esp those we didn't really like. Movies take up a lot of space and I'd much rather have 5 tv shows in place of each movie in the suggestions. When the Suggestions start filling up with movies, there's not room for much else.
Anyway, on the HD Menus I went to "TiVo Suggestions" and then scrolled to the bottom and selected "Improve my TiVo Suggestions". It brings up the "Review Thumbs" screen that I expected, but after a moment a message appears which says "This screen allows you to review thumbs for programs you've already rated. Please rate a few programs and return to this screen to review them".
I have plenty of thumb ratings, so that should not be an issue. As I said, I've been using this TiVo for a few years. I tried rebooting... I still get the same message. I tried setting it to SD Menus and going to my Suggestion and hitting 'Enter'... I still get the same screen with the same message.
Any idea how I can kick this back into gear??
Just interested in hearding from everyone on this. I would LOVE to get the XL4 because of the 4 tuners as well as it being required for the upcoming Tivo Mini which I so desperately want. But unfortunately all of my channels are not offered in digital. There are a handful of decent channels (like Comedy Central, Lifetime (for my wife), HGTV, and others) that are still analog only. To me its not worth paying that much money for the XL4 if I can't record all of the channels.... Anyway, I'm curious to see what percentage of people have channels that aren't offered in digital like me, or am I in the minority. I also am wondering if the Tivo 5 (or whatever it will be called) will continue to require digital only.