Filing for divorce

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  1. Pralix

    Pralix Well-Known Member

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    I am "decomissioning" my DSR6000 for now and would like to take the 80 gig drive I added out. I t was originally a single drive system. I performed a full system reset and everything is back to defaults. All the instructions I have found involve a backup. I don't need one. Is there an easy way to divorce these drives?
     
  2. funtoupgrade

    funtoupgrade New Member

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    Nope. You must restore from a good image to the one drive that will remain.
     
  3. Diana Collins

    Diana Collins Well-Known Member TCF Club

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    You need to do a "minimal" backup (the "don't preserve recordings" option in the Hinsdale guide) and then restore that backup. The minimal backup divorces the drives.
     
  4. Pralix

    Pralix Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for the info. The divorce was granted last night.
     
  5. tomm1079

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    and i figured this thread you where going to say "my wife is trying to take the tivo...should i put up a fight or get a new one. I really want to keep all my thumbs up and down"
     
  6. Tracy RainH2o

    Tracy RainH2o Photo Man

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    I hate it when relationships don't work out. ;)
    When dealing with a Tivo, it is for the best.
     

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