All, New here, searched a bit but couldn't find much on my specific problem. On the early morning of 4/23, any season pass I have stopped recording. If I check the To-Do list, every season pass, shows 2 checkmarks ,but the next recording column shows "None scheduled". -I tried adding a new season pass for a item I found on a local channel that was running in a few hours, and it saved it successfully, and still showed None scheduled in the To Do List. -Deleting and recreating the same season passes did not fix -If I find one of the shows in the guide it would normally record as a result of an existing season pass, it shows "this episode will not be recorded". -Reviewing the "View Recording History" does not display a status for any of the season pass shows it is skipping. -I probably have 20 or less season passes. -I've changed the order of them, rebooted -I've changed settings within some of them, rebooted -I am able to schedule new single items manually, they record successfully. All old recordings seem fine, it's like my DVR got stuck in a time loop [resume] I've had quite a history, if you want the full skinny read the bottom of the post. I had been rebooting regularly for various troubleshooting and eventually it displayed an S03 in the connect status. I pressed enter at the channel list and went through the mini guided setup. It took at least 15 hours, but the Garbage Collection ran and schedule downloaded, and everything seems fine right now. Does anyone know what I can do to fix a scheduling issue? have a preference to keep all the recordings I have. Thanks for your consideration in advance! System details TiVo Series3 HD (annual) 11.0n.K1-01-2-652 Service level valid 060518 Today's date Wed May 9 2018, 7:30pm Program info to May 21, 2018 External eSATA WDC500 gb "WDBook" that was compatible with the TiVo at the time Service Connection Last Success Tuesday, May 8 10:08pm (attempt in progress) GC Wednesday May 9 5:29am Indexing Wednesday May 9 6:11pm Guide View Cache to Monday May 14 11:30am idle [Full] This DVR has been in action since mid 2008 it's in a open entertainment center so heat isn't an issue. For the last few years I have been experiencing intermittent reboots, and it got more serious. As a electronics technician I finally opened it in the fall of 2017 expecting to see bulging caps on the power board. To my surprise they all looked perfect, and after reading around the next obvious culprit is the HD itself. I ran the kickstart for disk checking and SMART failed. I found DvrBARS on a forum and used the tool to image the internal drive to another 160GB drive I had around. That fixed my stability issues immediately and everything worked, my shows were fine and everything returned to normal. Fast forward to 4/23, season passes stopped recording. Everything else on the DVR works normally. I thought maybe the 2nd 160GB drive was bad, I never did any testing with it. I setup a 250GB hard drive I had laying around and used the SEATOOLS utility to erase the hard drive and fully test the drive. I recaptured a new image from the 2nd 160GB drive with DvrBARS and pushed it to the 250GB drive, which worked as expected, but didn't fix my season pass issue. At this point I had a good backup and I tried so many things, I deleted thumb ratings and suggestions (I have suggestions off anyways) which didn't help I then finally decided to clear and delete season pass content, after documenting all my current season passes. Of course, it got stuck in a reboot loop, and nothing I did could save it - kickstart 57, 58, and 56 were all unsuccessful. I rolled back to the 2nd 160GB, under the assumption that the disk itself is not the problem. It booted successfully and eventually got an S03, which I was hoping maybe had been the root cause this whole time. Goto [resume] above for remainder of current state.