Every time I go from our TV input to Tivo input the TV Display will blink off then back on once. This will happen if I first go to 'Live TV' or 'Menu'.
It has been happening for the last couple of days.
Anyone else having this issue?
Been awhile since I used a Premier. I would often buy HD TV Shows on Amazon and either manual or auto download (tv pass) to my premier, but I had an XL.
Was kinda curious how many one hour HD episodes I could fit on the standard 500gig drive.
Noticing on the xfinity listings that tomorrow's race (7:30 am ON CNBC) is incorrectly listed as a track and field event, so if you have a season pas set for "Formula One Racing", you might miss it. There are reruns later on NBCSN that are listed correctly, but still.
Current listing on eBay for 104.99 or best offer. 7 units are still available am 6/29/2013. They are listed with free shipping and no tax outside of Illinois. I got one for less than the listing price by emailing the vendor and negotiating. The unit arrived in two days by priority mail. It's a brand new item and I had it up and running in less than an hour after the postman delivered it.
I recently replaced my tivoHD with a premiere 4 due to mpeg 4 streams. I still don't have my m cablecard but I'm watching netflix and every few minutes the screen turns blank, not audio for like a half a second. I never had this issue on my tivoHD. It's incredibly annoying. Is this a known issue or is there a problem with my Internet connection?
The last week I've been watching marathon sessions of Malcolm In The Middle, from the beginning. I just finished Season 4 Episode 10 right now and am about to move to episode 11.
I miss this show so much. I haven't seen a single bad episode yet.
I can't believe US releases of the show on disc, other than season 1, are still held up, allegedly, by excessive music licensing costs. There's so little music actually in the episodes. It's at least good to see the folks in the UK are finally getting a chance to see it though.
I currently have one each of a Series 1, Series 2 (both Sonys) and the original Series 3 TiVo w/ 2 cable cards, all working with my Comcast. Both the Series 1 and Series 2 are using Comcast's Digital Adapters, receiving more than just the basic channels. I can use my TiVo remotes with them, and all works just fine.
Except for the Comcast pricing.
I was looking at what all my neighbors have: DirecTV, but none of them have TiVos... just the DirecTV company's current DVR.
Here's what I would like to know...
If I jump the Comcast ship, I can get the DirecTivo HD for (I believe) $199.
What would I need to do for the other TV's upstairs? I would only want very limited channels... equivalent to basic. I'd have to give the Comcast Digital Adapters back.
Is there such a thing as plugging in the coax from the Directv into the back of the Series 1 and Series 2 to get ANYTHING at all? I could be wrong, but I thought I remembered seeing, during the start-up process, a choice for DirecTV... but maybe not.
If the regular coax won't produce any results, what is the DirecTV equivalent to the Comcast Digital Adapter? Something bare minimum (Comcast charged me $0.50 each for theirs) just to get the basics up and running on that TiVo.
Lastly... do any of these boxes need a phone line to update, or am I thinking about something else altogether.
I've been a long-time member of this forum, helping whenever I could.... now it's time that I need to ask for help! And, of course, thanks in advance!!!
I got a R10 that suddenly gives the message "powering up" and then "just a few more minutes" and when it normally goes to Directv is comes back with "no signal". The green light is on but will not communicate. I attached a rf satellite finder and booted up with it inline. This is the first time I used this meter. Could I have shorted out the power supply or does this sound like something else?
Seems to be related to the software settings at tivo.com as far as I can tell.
I have rebooted both systems and when they come up, they can see each other in the Now Playing list and shows transfer just fine. But, give it a few minutes after the reboot for them to ping tivo.com again and then it goes away from the NP list.
This has been working for a long time, so I'm not sure what's up.
I've been manually connecting to TIVO to download the guide for a few weeks now off my iPhone hotspot since I lost my home wifi (long story) and I have to keep manually doing it 5 or 6 times until it goes through however a few days ago the guide is showing with lots of channels displaying "Upcoming: (then the name of some show)" on most of the channels.
I restarted the TIVO Premiere and downloaded the guide again but still the same thing. Anyone else having this happen to them?
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I have split my coax signal between my Tivo and the required Cisco TA with the USB being the only connection between the two devices.
I had a blank screen even and called Tivo tech support. After going through the paces and verifying the connections, the CSR suggested removing the splitter and connecting the coax to TA in series before the Tivo. I took that suggestion under advisement and retained my setup. I had be advised that the splitter within the Cisco TA is inferior to high quality stand alone splitters.
So how do you make the tuning adapter connection?
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Consider this a living document of TiVo’s next generation DVR lineup that we’ll continue to update through the TiVo Series 5 launch. Naming While it remains unclear if the “Premiere” moniker will be carried over, two data points indicate TiVo’s sticking with the generational approach and we can confirm new TiVo hardware will at least [...]
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Have Ethernet & Coax wiring to every room in the house. Going to setup P4 & Mini's around the house tomorrow.
To enable MoCA on the P4:
1) can I just put p4 in any room or does it have to be at the patch panel where all the house's low voltage wiring run through & where router & modem are at?
2) Currently use Tivo's wireless N adapter but is it removed from the MoCA setup per TiVo Diagram
- how do I get TiVo information now? Do I have to somehow connect P4 to the router in #1 above?
Anyone know why series don't show up in the guide for HBO, Sho and such when using the TiVo app on an iPhone? I can't see any programs in search either. When I view the guide for any of these channels I only see movies. I understand they don't let you copy them to the device due to copyright restrictions but shouldn't I still be able to see and schedule recordings?
I replaced a bad, original drive on a 45hr TiVo Premiere (one of the very first). Used a WD AV 1TB drive, and rebuilt from scratch.
For a month or two, all was well. Recently, however, I've been getting pixilation problems, partial recordings, slow-to-respond interface and stalls. Once, a error saying "error C501" popped up.
Is it possible there was a software update from TiVo that didn't work, or are cable signal strength problems a better possibility? What kind of cable signal strength should I be looking for (Cox Orange County cable card).
Or, has the new drive begun buggering up somehow?
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I was just poking around tonight and I found this photo of the Big Bang Theory cast and I thought there'd be some other men fond types who'd enjoy it.
Feel free to share your own.
If have an older TV (like the old RCA style connections) can you still watch live TV on it with a Mini, provided the Mini is paired from a Tivo Premiere XL 4?
specifically if the live tuner is HD?