As a new TiVo owner (2 Premiere XL4's), I just want to enjoy my new toys but sadly that hasn't been the case... Out of the box I was getting a few random reboots approximately one every day or two. After speaking with tech support, they had me check my signal levels which were around 95% and SNR at 38. They told me that my SNR was too high and that it was most likely responsible for the reboots. They also mentioned that this could diminish the life of my TiVo's which concerned me. That said, I was encouraged to purchase a mixed bag of attenuators to try to bring the SNR down between 29-35 which I did. I started with a 3db which made no difference in the diagnostics screen, I then tried a 6db, again no discernible difference, then a 10db which brought the SNR down to 36 still too high according to support, so I finally tried the 20db which brought my signal down to around 86% and SNR to 34. The one thing I immediately noticed was that the RS corrected errors shot up from around 20-30 to well into the thousands on some tuners. Tech support told me that as long as I don't see any RS uncorrected errors, I should be ok. All of this occurred yesterday, and since then twice I have been watching TV on one of my TiVo's only to see the message "This channel is experiencing a network issue" on a particular channel or sometimes every channel. Rebooting the TiVo solves this temporarily. I'm so exhausted and frustrated because I feel like I have to choose whether to go back to no attenuators and risk diminishing the lifespan of my TiVo's, or deal with loosing my channels frequently and having to power cycle them...
I appreciate any help...
President Obama Talks About the Sequester
Kevin Hart monologue
The Situation Room
Goin' Out On Top
Macklemore and Ryan Lewis perform
..Dennis Rodman and Kim Jong-Un
..More Top Stories
..Really!?! with Seth & Kevin
..More Top Stories
The Walking Dead
Reading for a Dove commercial
Macklemore and Ryan Lewis perform
Man did that cold open start slow, I really enjoyed the second half of it though.
That must be one of the longest monologues ever, holy crap it just seemed to go on and on.
I remember liking Goin' Out On Top a lot more the first time they did it, though it did get funnier as it went on.
I really like Macklemore and Ryan Lewis, thought they sounded pretty good.
Today I bought a used TiVo Series 3 HD. I plan on using this unit for OTA channels. Allow me to explain my situation.
I currently have comcast internet only. However, the cable line that comes in for my internet, I've been using a splitter on it, one line goes to my modem and the other to my Vizio TV. My Vizio TV has a built-in digital tuner, and I have been getting OTA channels through the cable wire the entire time with no issues.
So today, after I bought my TiVO S3 HD, I thought the mentioned above would work as well for the TiVo. I ran the set up and the channel guide for "antenna". No channels were found using the pre-existing cable I've been using that has been working for my Vizio TV.
Now, the question is, do I actually have to use an antenna if I'm on antenna mode. I mean, the OTA channels are coming over the coaxial cable just fine for my Vizio TV. Please advise.
Second question. My friend who work for comcast has just about every channel for free. He's willing to get me a cable card to use with my box. Obviously we don't live under the same roof, what are the likelihood that the cable card he gets for me will work with my box. I don't have a subscription and don't plan on getting one. Thank you everyone.
I'm thinking of picking up an XL4. I currently have a stream and a premier.
Would the two Tivo's simply work independently with the ability to transfer content show by show or is there an additional folder that would allow you to easily see what's on the other DVR?
If there is deeper integration I would assume it's NOT so robust that either tivo sees that it has X amount of tuners based on the number and type of Tivo's. I.E. I try to start a recording on a tivo with both tuners recording and it seamlessly uses a tuner on the other Tivo.
How does the stream interact with multiple Tivo's? Does it work with both well or is "setup" required when you want to switch between them.
Question for you 4 and XL4 owners out there. I was a former Tivo (original series 3) and gave up on it because it was so darn slow and unresponsive.
Since I am diving back into the Tivo world, my question is are there any speed differences between the 4 and XL4, or is the difference purely HDD, remote and certifications?
I am really interested in the new bundle deal Tivo is offering right now (4, Tivo Stream, Mocha adapter for $300), but would spend a little extra if the XL4 was faster. Added hard drive space isn't a big deal for me
My contract is up and I went to tivo.com to look into a new Premiere 4. There is a special offer to get a bundle with TiVo Premiere 4, Stream, and MoCA adapter for $299. Seems like a great price.
Has anyone been able to get this bundle with a Premiere XL4? I'd jump at getting the extras for only $50 more.
I used to run av cables to my tv from my receiver & had tv ears plugged in to the reciever and all worked fine.
Now I have a new Pioneer receiver so I ran an hdmi from tivo to receiver & hdmi from receiver to tv. Now I can't get audio out the tv ears from either the tv audio out, the tivo out or the receiver. anyone know what could have happened?
I have a Tivo HD, whose fan has just bit it. I could spend $25 to replace the fan or just upgrade to a new box. Thoughts? Tivo has refurbed Premiers for $99. $75 worth it for the new box?
I read the thread Sudden problem transferring from Premiere to PC
and it seemed the fix was to edit the edit the curl.config or curl.conf located in the %USERPROFILE%\AppData\Local as pointed out by Krellion (Response 18
However, when I looked in this location, I did not have either file.
I am using Windows 7 Ultimate and TiVo Desktop 2.8.2.
I have been under the weather and have not checked on it for awhile.
Do I create this file ( curl.config or curl.conf ?) and add cookie = "sid=abc"
? And is there an easier way to have the Desktop download everything or do I have to manually choose each one?
(I tried pyTiVo but I just could not get my head around it unfortunately.)
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I have a Seagate Backup Plus Drive. It gives the date and time of the transfer in its Dashboard, but so far, I can't find folder names or folder contents there or in E under Computer.
How do I pull up the contents or where do I find it?
Note: This is the first time I've used an external drive for anything, so maybe I'm doing something wrong.
**Note: I guess I'm just supposed to simply drag and drop or use "Move To" to transfer from my computer to the external hard drive. I'm still not sure what I was doing in the Dashboard that gave me only the date. What's the Dashboard for then?
I have a new installation of Pytivo and I am only seeing config and pull on my web page. I have defined two shares--one local and one on a NAS. They both show up in the web conf and the file but not on the home page.
I see people talking about setting the username and password but I don't see anything on the tivo side that has username and password. Just media access key which is specified and works (I did a test pull).
I know this is just a newbie thing but can somebody tell me which magic setting is missing and if its user/password where do I get those?
I, of course, ran into the transfer problem everyone seemed to have around 2/15, but after I fixed it (with the help of a great thread on tivo community), I transferred a video which came across about 40% smaller file size than reported on the tivo premiere itself. Tivo Desktop is my default transfer mechanism.
First I transferred some files via kmttg (using all defaults) when tivo desktop didn't work, and everything seemed normal. Then I got the tivo desktop transfer working & transferred 2 more files. One came across normally (HD), the other (SD) didn't.
I didn't compare file sizes until I noticed the playback seemed inferior to me (B&W movie on TCM). Then I noticed tivo reported this a around 4.1 GB, but what came across was only 2.5 GB. I then tried a kmttg transfer. In kmttg's view of the tivo's program list, showed 4.10 GB, but when I brought it across, I got the same result (2.5) as Tivo desktop. Ostensibly, the file size reported by tivo is not supposed to be accurate, but I find that it typically is very close... and 2 GB/min of SD for this channel is pretty typical.
I transferred a second movie reported as the same size (4.1 GB) from the same channel, with the same result (~2.5 GB).
It's driving me crazy that I can't determine whether I have an anomaly or a real quality issue.
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Lots of :rolleyes: moments in this episode, but nothing can ever top the FBI helping Hank dig up the clock, letting him take it out, and then letting him go home with it to open it up by himself.
Seriously? none of the writers, producers, show runners, actors, directors, executives, ...etc. saw this and said "wait...what?!"
OP is a thread crap! I refuse to stop watching the show!
Fox just announced its summer schedule, and there's quite a bit of shuffling:
8:00 - Raising Hope repeats
8:30 - The Goodwin Games
9:00 - New Girl repeats
9:30 - The Mindy Project repeats
So You Think You Can Dance? (two-hour episodes; like last season, there will be only one episode per week)
Masterchef (the first night is a 2-hour episode; after that, it might be a repeat of the previous week at 8:00 followed by a new episode at 9:00)
8:00 - Does Someone Have to Go? (you may have heard of this as "Someone's Gotta Go", which was a failed 2009 pilot; it's described as "The Office meets Survivor," where someone from a "struggling" company "could be" fired)
9:00 - Hell's Kitchen (which started in mid-March)
8:00 - Bones repeats
9:00 - The Following repeats
Major League Baseball
(Fox's new late night animation block starts July 27)
Sundays - the same as it is now, but all repeats
When Fox wants to move a show to a new day, it likes to do it in the summer, so this could be a signal that they want to move the comedies to Monday nights; we'll know more at upfronts in May.
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