I recently decided to upgrade the hard drive in my aging Toshiba SD-H400. I've imaged a new drive using Instant Cake for my device. No issues there.
Previously when using the TiVo I used my TiVo Plus trial and was able to switch the Now Playing list into a folder view that put each show in a separate folder. When I returned to TiVo Basic mode the folders remained. Now that I have reimaged a new drive I've lost the folders. Is there any way to change the Now Playing List view without signing up for TiVo Plus for a month?
Another option I'd considered is cloning my original TiVo drive with a tool like Clonezilla then extending the partition out to fill the new bigger drive. Having not carefully examined the drive with a partition tool I don't even know what kind of partitions TiVo's use, are they standard FAT32 or ext3. Are their any other strange things I should look out for. Ie: bootloader, or MRB settings. Has anyone cloned an existing drive, would it work?