I set up three transfers to my main TivoHD. The first from the bedroom TivoHD and then two from the PC.
When I see the transfers are done, I look in the NPL and notice one of the shows (from the PC) isn't there. So I initiate another transfer. Back in the NPL the transfer didn't show up (or so I thought).
Come to find out it was transferring the show from the other Tivo instead of the PC. I had three copies of the same show from the other Tivo.
I had to unplug the bedroom Tivo to get the main Tivo to transfer from the PC.
So last night I went to go watch The Daily Show and I noticed it was missing. I go over to the the History and it says the show was not recorded because my account was closed and I needed to call TiVo to reactivate. This TiVo has lifetime service and the show immediately after it, The Colbert Report, recorded just fine. Has anyone else ever seen this error? Luckily this show repeats several times, so it was no big deal, but had that been an important network show I'd have been mad.
The past week every channel has started to cut off the end of shows, about 30 seconds too early. It's not just one channel, it's all. This is Comcast in Chicago. Tivo is set to the correct time - I forced a connection just to make sure, before and after I checked. It matched the time of my iPhone perfectly.
Anyone else noticing this? I can't pad all recordings with an extra minute because some would overlap.
Anyone watch? I'm halfway through and might delete the SP. they're trying so hard to hit every geek/nerd stereotype is just ridiculous. It's the nerd version of product placement.
This thread is inspired by tonight's (1/17/13) episode of Grey's Anatomy, so I'm going to pose some questions and I'm not going to conceal them in spoiler tags.
IF YOU DON'T WANT GREY'S ANATOMY SPOILERS, DO NOT READ!
OK, here goes:
Five doctors sue the hospital and win a $75 million settlement. The insurance company finds a loophole and doesn't have to cover the loss. The hospital has to pay but doesn't have the money. So it decides to declare bankruptcy and close its doors.
Is this something that happens in the real world?
Is this something covered by federal law or state law?
Which Chapter covers a nonprofit hospital's bankruptcy?
Where does the winner of the lawsuit stand among the creditors? At the top? At the bottom? Can the bankruptcy court reduce the winning plaintiff's settlement to pennies on the dollar?
For some reason "Season Pass & Other Options" is not listed when I hit record from the channel or channel guide.
Record this episode
Season Pass & other options
Explore this show
Record this episode
Explore this show
Not sure what's going on, any ideas?
I have a brand new HR10-250 box and it's snowing pretty bad here and I have had to go out a few times to deice the dish to get service back but my box does a weird thing and not sure I can turn this feature off? (if it is a feature) Once I deice the dish, our service is perfect til the ice builds backup on the dish and we lose signal and I get that but what I don't get is why my box reboots itself when I lose signal. As soon as the signal drops to nothing, box will reboot and I get the message..Welcome Powering Up. I have a brand new HDD in the box and I doubt that's the issue as it only happens when I lose complete signal?
I just got off the phone with Charter and they told me that they no longer do professional installation of cable cards, and that I can pick them up at the office when I return their dvr box.
Is there anything I should be aware of regarding steps I need to take regarding installation for my premiere? I'm anticipating the worst in regards to this set up - is it more complicated than popping in the card and running through the on screen setup?
If there is any where online that I can find instructions for dummies, that would probably be the most helpful. I didn't find Charter's website to be particularly useful in this regard.
FYI - The new to SyFy series Continuum shows Original Air Dates of middle of last year (probably when they aired in Canada or where ever the show came from). Thus, a Season Pass set as 'NEW' will not catch the new episodes. Set it as New & Repeats if you want to catch the show....
Still no thread? I am so glad to have Raylan back. I watched last week's episode 3 times and am rewatching "Where's Waldo" for the third time. Art's "Marshall stiffy" and Tim's deadpan "That's a nice image." was great. Every scene with Art was worth rewinding. Not sure if we'll see any more of the Truth clan but that was a public service ad on the dangers of inbreeding.
Lots of little threads to unravel. Looks like it could be a fun ride.
Nice recap at http://tvrecaps.ew.com/recap/justifi...n-4-episode-2/
(some minor spoilers.)
Just a FYI,
The first episode of the new show 'Do No Harm' is available on the NBC website. The first episode is also available via magical means. It begins airing on Thursday, January 31 10/9c.
Dr. Jason Cole (Steven Pasquale, "Rescue Me") is a highly respected neurosurgeon who has it all - a lucrative career, confident charm and the gift of compassion. But he also has a deep, dark secret. One morning, after waking up disoriented in a wrecked hotel room amidst near-naked women he's never seen before, he knows one thing: it happened again. Every night at the same hour, something inside Jason changes, leaving him almost unrecognizable - seductive, devious, borderline sociopathic. This new man is his dangerous alternate personality, who goes by the name Ian Price. For years Jason has battled Ian, keeping him in check with a powerful experimental sedative. But now his - their - body has developed a resistance to the serum, setting Ian free once again. And to make matters worse, after being suppressed for so long, Ian is hell-bent on taking revenge on his oppressor. With everyone Jason cares about at risk - patients, friends, coworkers and even the woman he loves - he must stop…
Does anybody know if I can use Plex on my VirginMedia TiVo box?
Currently VM are trickling the apps available to proper TiVo boxes at a painfully slow rate, e.g. still no Android support*, despite it being on TiVo for nearly 2 YEARS now and absolutely no sign of Plex ever being made available...
* only iPhone support, despite Android outnumbering iPhones by more than 3:2 in the UK and the mobile phone branch of Virgin Media not selling iPhones!
I sure hope someone here has an answer or at least some info for me. Last night I unplugged my Series 3 to move it into a different room. After plugging it in, it rebooted all the way to "Almost There, just a few minutes more" and just as it's about to be done...goes to "Welcome Powering up" And it will do this forever. However if I pull out one of the cable cards so there is only one in the bottom (doesn't matter which cablecard is in there), it boots up fine and works fine with one tuner. If I try to insert a second one, I get an immediate reboot and it starts looping again. Frustrating as I'll get out since it seems you're waiting forever for these to boot up. Anyway, just didn't know if someone knew anything about what the culprit could be, or should I just use one cablecard and be done with it? Thanks a ton in advance! :)
Anyone else watch this sketch show starring comedian Nick Kroll, which premiered Wednesday night?
I was laughing out loud all the way through the "Wheels Ontario" segments, to the extent that I had to use the jump-back button a few times so I could hear dialogue I missed. (Although I think I laughed the most at the ultra-Canadian names in the opening credits -- "Mackenzie Ng" was probably the best.)
I'll just quote the important pieces..
According to several published reports (like this one in Broadcasting & Cable
), Fox Networks is on the verge of changing its Fox Soccer channel into an FX spin-off network, tentatively titled FXX, with a focus on both comedy and a slightly younger audience to differentiate itself from FX.
"It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" was specifically cited as a series that would relocate to the new channel; its seasons tend to begin in September, which is what B&C said is the target date for launching FXX (or FX2, or whatever it's ultimately called).
Read more at http://www.hitfix.com/whats-alan-wat...y6FShKM2Zg1.99
OWN's original schedule only had the Thursday episode listed with Friday being a repeat. They are in the process of updating the guide information to reflect the second episode that will air on Friday. If you have your Season Pass set for "New Only" you may want to schedule it manually (just in case your box doesn't connect in time to process the info automatically).
Original 01/17 New at 2100 EST
*Add 01/18 New at 2100 EST
Title says it all, need to move it to new box, just wondering.
I'm an old guy, or at least that is what my nearly 16 YO daughter thinks and I love all things Spiderman. The Spider Friends years IMO are an embarrassment, but I really liked the MTV series and the more serial one that ran for several seasons post 80's with the cool guitar riff at the start.
The Spiderman where he goes to counter earth, it's OK, but I like to see Spidey in his native element, so on to Ultimate Spiderman.
Sure this one is about a Kid, but after watching a few of these on Netflix I'm hooked. Each episode leaves me feeling like I'm going to burst out laughing at any point. It's there built up inside my chest and just looking for a way out. This show is really well done and portrays Spidey as a smart mouth and hilarious kid.
I'm digging it.
Go watch it, it's really good.
In answer to a query of TIVO regarding the implementation of 3D service, I received a rather vague answer. No, TIVO didn't have any 3D content but yes TIVO was 3D ready. What does that mean?
ESPN has a 3D channel and many cable providers have on-demand 3D movies (depending upon your subscription to HBO, Starz, etc.). Understanding that TIVO doesn't usually pass cable on demand programming, it falls to Internet providers such as Netflix, Amazon etc. to obtain content. Of all these none have 3D content except VUDU! VUDU does have 3D movies for rent or purchase.
Does anyone have any scissors to cut through this knot?
I was wondering if its possible to copy the contents of a vhs tape to tivo and then transfer that recording to my mac?
How painless or not painless of a procedure might this be? The big bonus for me that I could see is archiving many tapes at a time, and then doing just letting it run with the computer so that I don't have to babysit footage, like I was doing when I tried this project a long time ago with my vcr hooked up directly to my computer.
Any thoughts would be appreciated.