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Try it on your Tivo and if it doesn't work
What is the model number of the hard drive?
Under Tivo System Information, it should report the model number of the eSATA drive.
If you have an Intel based Mac, check out the following.
It's much faster booting directly to linux using MFSLive Linux Boot CD....
How about fixing tivoapp so we can use more than 2 TiB on Tivo HD and Tivo HDXL.
If you use BlessTivo and add a drive on a DTivo with software 6.4a, mfsadd crashes with the following error:
assert: OutOfMemoryCrash, line 147...
It's not fixed in 11.0
That would exceed 16 partitions and won't work.
I'm not sure if he tested long enough to see the kernel panic.
Don't buy 1.5 TB drives yet because it won't work in TS3 and THD.
Linux kernel used currently does not support a single...
If you consolidate partitions, mfstools does not know how to handle that. I don't think WinMFS does either.
You don't have to make a full...
Try to make a backup using mfstools. I don't think you can anymore.
I think one possible solution is to take the drive out of FAP and put it in Antec MX-1.
Sorry, WinMFS doesn't do that yet but currently working...
mfsrestore -s 64 -zpi /mnt/dos/tivo.bak /dev/hdb
If that doesn't work, your Seagate drive is too small to fit that dvr40.bak image.
I wouldn't say drastic not few things did change. More to follow I guess...
Anyways, got a picture. This is what I had to do to my two THD so...
Before you buy another eSATA cable, open up your Tivo and find inside where eSATA port is, press the top metal on each edge until it makes "click"...
You can use Mfslive Linux cd if you want and then turn supersize on using winmfs later.
Both Mfslive linux and WinMFS copy over shows if you use the right commands or clicks.
2-3 hours should be enough for USB2 transfer.
Try not to use WinXP b/c it will mess up sector 0, boot sector or 1st 512 bytes on the hard drive.
I have not tried it on WinXP sp1 since I...
If you use WinMFS (mfscopy and backup/restore), supersize and CC settings are preserved.
If you turn on supersize from WinMFS and then do a...
If you use SATA port it's lot faster 3-4 hrs.
USB 2.0 takes slightly longer.
10+ hours sounds like you are using USB 1.0 perhaps?