I somehow deleted one of my Favorites and cannot find it again. It is a TV related site that was called something like epiguide, not even sure, but I think the name began with epi. It is a very basic site with little graphics and mainly text.
One feature on the site was a list of cancelled TV shows by year. Since I originally found the site while not even looking for it, you would think it would be easy to locate, but it has been a week now and I can't find it.
Rarely, but every now and then when I used the link, I would get a message that I was not authorized to view the site but by just navigating away from the page and using the link again, I got access.
I am hoping someone will recognize the site I am talking about by the paragraph above.
The new movie based on the book airs tonight at 7:00 CST.
Looking forward to it, read the books when I was 13.
I like so many of you have the error message on some of my channels.
"this channel is not authorized please contact your cable provider"
Well they have been trying to fix it for months
new cable cards, boosted signals, etc.
comcast has really dropped the ball here.
Anyway tivo said I needed a motorola cable card vs cisco that I have. They also suggested an attenuator. Well, after a three week wait, a comcast tech shows up supposedly to install all this stuff and has none of it. Says they don't carry cable cards at all.
I call tech support back and they tell me comcast doesn't supply or support cable cards any longer, they've been removed from my market. Sorry!
I just bought a roamio pro and 4 mini's
Anyone else hear of this?!?!?
Not sure where to start.
Using kmttg to move programs to my Mac was slow but acceptable using wifi adapters. This was on a network with 2 HD boxes.
But I've upgraded everything, adding a Premiere XL4 and a Mini to replace one of the HDs, and converting to a MoCa network. (So one old HD, the Premiere and the Mini are on the network.)
Now it's taking 24 hours to move 10gb from the Premiere to my iMac. I'm assuming it's something in the network but I have no idea where to start looking. Kmttg works fine otherwise (recognizing boxes, listing content etc).
Any ideas what's going on?
I need to get real high speed internet (currently using clear, which runs on cellular bands and is erratic).
I currently have directv, which I've had for about 10 years--and bought to feed the directivo, not for itself. After the tivos dies, we ended up with these wretched dvrs of theirs (horrid, nasty things).
It appears that the only way for me to feed a tivo again is either OTA, or Cox.
And as I google around, I'm getting mixed answers on what a Romio could and couldn't do with Cox.
1) Do I need a tuning adapter in addition to the cards? http://www.tivocommunity.com/tivo-vb...d.php?t=505630
seems to say so, but I'm not finding it on their website.
2) Am I really unable to stream most recorded shows to iPads in the house, or even a tivo mini? A couple of pages said that only the major network shows won't have the copy once bit set, and that this prevents the streaming. (I really don't care about offsite streaming).
3) And I take it that the video on demand still doesn't work?
I originally bought this THD new in May of 2009. At that time I upgraded it with a MAXTOR 1TB HDD and saved the 160 GB HDD that was replaced.
Earlier this week I got home from work and the THD was stuck on the Welcome Powering Up screen, so I replaced the Maxtor 1TB HDD with the 160 GB HDD and the THD booted right up - I let it update the SW to 11m and successfully re-paired the MCARD (I have FIOS) and ordered a 2 TB HDD that I will use going forward.
Prior to receiving the 2 TB HDD the system locked onto the Welcome Powering UP screen once again with the 160 GB HDD in there after working for 3 days. I checked all of the PS voltages and got 12.5VDC, 3.3VDC and 4.8 VDC and discovered two 1000uF Caps that were "bulging".
I have the 2 TB HDD (a WB AV-GP HDD) but I am not sure what to do with it.
Today I replaced the two "bulging" Caps and tried the THD again with the 160 GB HDD and still get the Welcome Powering Up screen locked.
I am currently using Ultimate Boot CD to check the 1 TB HDD that I replaced with the 160 GB HDD this week.
After all of this I am wondering what I should try next??? If the THD somehow damaged the 160 GB HDD (this drive was only used one time when I originally booted up the THD to check it out and then was immediately replaced with the upgraded 1 TB HDD) after I installed it, I do not want to take the chance of damaging the new 2 TB HDD.
Netflix automatically updated yesterday. Now, when you play an episode of a tv series, it cuts off the end of the credits and automatically starts playing the next episode.
So, if you fall asleep, get called away, or distracted by life, the next episodes will play whether you want them to or not. Besides messing up the queue of where you are in a series, this also is a huge waste of bandwidth. When Netflix starts charging us more for bandwidth consumption, this is going to be a problem.
This new "update" also means, after an episode ends you have to be quick if you don't want the next episode to start because it starts in just a few seconds. Also, any episode outtakes or previews at the end of an episode are cut off.
If you fall asleep, instead of Netflix just sitting on the silent main page, which doesn't interfere with sleep, Netflix begins playing the next episode, and then the next, and next, and next. This is awful! You have to remember what episode you were on when you drifted off to sleep, and go back to it. Your queue is now out of whack.
Netflix needs a setting to auto-play sequential episodes or NOT. Cutting off the end of every episode is also unacceptable. Continuing to play next episodes without interaction needs to be an opt-in choice.
Wasting all that band width is an issue for everyone. With the recent dismantling of Net Neutrality, high-consumption services like NetFlix can be charged more (and pass along higher costs) for heavy use of band width. This stupid update just adds to the problem of crowded bandwidth.
Newbie here. Just got a Roamio Plus and a Mini and I'm having networking issues between them. I've seen lots of posts of various issues with this kind of setup, none of them frankly with clear root cause or resolution and none quite addressing the issues I'm seeing so starting my own thread.
The Roamio and mini are connected via gigabit ethernet. When I first connected them the mini quickly found the Roamio but when I tried to stream video (either live or recorded) it would stutter, dropout audio and eventually lose the connection. Usually a V87 error but sometimes other errors.
I eventually, through trial and error discovered the following. The mini was connected to the network through a Netgear hub. Among the other devices attached to the hub was an Airport/Time Capsule. Unplugging the Airport allows the mini to work flawlessly.
I've repeated this a few times. The most recent time I had the Airport unplugged and the mini working fine. When I plugged in the Airport after a minute or two I began to get audio dropouts, video stuttering and freezing and within a few more minutes a dropped connection completely.
I'm not sure about next steps, so I'm looking for ideas. One possibility is upgrading the hub to a switch. But before I go spend money on new hardware I'd like to have a better understanding of what's going on. Just throwing money at the problem doesn't feel like the right answer in this case. It's rather disappointing that Tivo is so sensitive to these network conditions.
my 1st time post.
Santa got me a Roamio plus and i love it. Love the super fast interface and streaming.
For network connection i used wireless connection for Roamio, my router is Lynksys 4500 N. The signal strength was 62-68%, it was okay but i would not always get great picture quality in Netflix streaming. When i ping the Tivo Roamio IP i would get response time from 20ms to 130ms.
So i decided to run Cat6e cables. I hard wired both location where Tivo Roamio and Tivo XL are located.
Now Tivo XL gets constant response time 1ms, its steady. Doesn't drop, even if i use Netflix stream or transfer shows from Roamio. Steady 1ms response time. great, right!!
On the other hand Tivo Roamio is averaging 11ms-16ms in same scenario, that really bugs me.
Its not the network line, because when i connect to same network plug my Laptop, TV, Blu-ray or xBox and stream to it i get 1ms.
any ideas guys?
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On both Premiere Tiv'os I can't download the program guide. It will connect to the internet (troubleshoot/help will show all is fine) After connecting to the internet it will - preparing: OK, (done) then Connecting (done)-then when Getting info (downloading) it will then FAIL with a display of "connection interrupted". Any ideas-everything else works, Netflix all the laptops. Thanks
my in-laws still have about 80 channels of analog service and only analog service. no digital, no cable internet even.
they have 3 tvs hooked up, (each with a series2 btw). I was really mad to learn however that along with their regular monthly service, they pay for two additional outlets.
so presumably, the first one is included for the "first" tv, (whichever one that is), and then they pay a fee for each of the remaining two!
I think this is bogus (at least in the USA). this is regular analog, and I see no reason not to call up the cable company and tell them to remove the charges going forward. my understanding is that you can split the signal as much as you want once inside a normal, single family residence, and you don't have to pay for doing so.
am I correct? can someone point me to a WWW with the legal / law stating such? I want backup when calling the cable company.
I own the Tivo Premiere 4 (TCD750500) and we are missing shows that WERE recorded.
This morning, our box was 100% flu, which is not really an issue because my wife tapes a lot. However, there was only about 19 recordings being shown. My wife was confused by this, so she deleted a few shows and for the hell of it, deleted recently deleted items.
This reduced it to 94% for basically 19 HD shows and 2 SD shows. Even if the SD shows were HD, that would only be 28% full.
I pulled the plug for 15 seconds and then later did a reboot from the menu, but it wasn't fixed.
I noticed that "Record Settings" is not shown-- this is where you set the quality of your recordings. I have this on another box, so I don't know for sure if this box is supposed to have it.
FINALLY, my wife realized that she is missing tons of her shows. 94% is probably correct for what she had taped, but now none of the shows are visible. What is up with that?
Thanks for you insight/solutions!
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I'm on Mediacom cable and they are starting to offer TiVo's which appear to be the newer TiVo's that include as they describe "whole house" DVR's using TiVo mini.
According to them, their TiVo's will not function with the real TiVo as they claim they are flashed with custom firmware which for example that allow two way communication with their cable cards (to enable PPV and on demand features). I find this difficult to believe as the common platform exists and every aspect to of the my case companies TiVo's is identical to the new Roamio using the mini boxes to run off the main unit. I'm not sure if I believe them as they know very little about TiVo and the service that TiVo offers, the last service guy was fascinated with my TiVo last summer when I had a service call to fix a issue I was having with my Internet access, while he knew what cable cards were he didn't know of that TiVo's could utilize them as he was lost when he was confirming my cable service was working as he browsed channels which I showed him the signal meter in the TiVo ui.
Has anyone expirenced worked with such and can you confirm that Cc branded TiVo service will in fact not function with the standard networked TiVo service? I was pleased to hear my cable company making this change but disappointed that one would have to choose between on or the other and not use both together.
On a side note, are there any cable companies that have two way communication abilities to allow purchasing PPV and on demand features with their cable card? This is something I always wish I had on my TiVo which I guess I can have now but would have get rid of my true TiVo in lieu of my cable company branded TiVo's.
On a side note, I guess it's been awhile since I logged in here, better update my signature!
So we finally received the new Pandora HTML5 app, but I also see a little down the list is the old Pandora App. If I am correct soon the old version will be deleted from the list or are we suppose to compare the two between lag times. Once I signed in with our account all of the playlist appeared. Was a little hard to adapt to new layout but overall seems to be going smooth. Overall like the new change. :D