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Connect the TiVo directly to your TV and re-test.
I have no problem controlling my TiVo while displaying Comcast's 3D channels other than the...
Put your TiVo in Standby mode and it will ignore the notifications.
Mine are always in Standby when I am not actually watching something.
1. Shows can be transferred directly over the LAN connection from an S3 to an S4 as long as they are not copy protected.
2. The drive can be...
My Premier spends most of its time in Standby. Recordings made while the unit is in Standby will not be interrupted by the periodic emergency...
The TiVo is not 3D aware. It doesn't even catagorize 3D recordings as HD.
The progress bar is a mess when overlaid on a 3D signal.
I have that...
Can you receive anything with nothing connected to either input jack on the TiVo?
You may be close enough that you may be encountering severe...
I consistently get all of the Tekzilla episodes on my Premier.
Are you deleting them as you watch them? The default is to keep 5 episodes. If...
Standby mode does one other important (to me) thing.
It prevents emergency alert notices from interrupting an in progress recording.
Your S3 used two cable cards. If "S" cards were installed they are of no use to you. A premier requires one "M" card.
Yes if you only drive it down hill.
I always put my TiVos into Standby mode. It prevents EAS tests from disrupting recordings.
It does not go into Standby automatically.
For any station that has an SD channel and an HD channel disable the SD channel in the TiVo channel list.
Put both TiVos on your network and you can transfer any show that is not copy protected from one to the other. Anything from a premium channel...
In that situation the cablecard will work for everything except the extra cost channels such as HBO. The Data field changed and it will be unable...
Put your TiVo in Standby mode and it will ignore the test.
So which is it?
Your first post says M card.
This post says S card.
An S card will not work in a Premier, it must be an M card.
If the card was put into the wrong slot that probably scrambled the pairing. When put back in the proper slot it would generate new data. That...
Just be sure that you put the Comcast cards back in the same slot that they came out of.
I have two M cards in my S3 and they work just fine. The spec for an M card requires that it also function in S card mode.
If it's a TiVo HD, yes.
If it's a TiVo S3, no. The S3 always requires two cards.