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Discussion in 'TiVo Premiere DVRs' started by ShawnAker, Jan 11, 2015.
I think the drive in my Tivo Premiere TCD746320 is failing and want to start with a new drive and clean install. Would appreciate a link. Thanks!
TiVo Premiere become non-responsive during playback
Hello - My Premier 320GB drive failed - no partition table. I need a clean TCD746320 image to get my unit back up and running. Is there one available?
I posted to this other thread.. But I'm in the same boat, need an image for TCD746320. Thanks.
Dvr Backup And Restore Software for Windows (DvrBARS)
DvrBARS does not launch for me. I get an indicator on Windows 10 for just a moment to wait (the mouse symbol with the spinning circle) and then nothing. How can I easily copy the VHD image to a new, and larger than original, drive? I have a Windows 10 computer, and Xubuntu Zesty 17.04. Thanks.
Do you have an SD card reader in your computer?
HAHAHA! You're good, you certainly know this well. Will disconnect it and retry.
You can just temporarily disable the card reader in BIOS or Device Manager (no reboot needed) to run DvrBARS.
Well.. After a ton of work getting a new drive, and putting the TiVo image on the new drive, I've discovered that the boot problem was not resolved. The same issue remained. So, on a hunch, I thought I would just run a SATA power cable over to the computer and try booting the TiVo with the hard drive connected to the PC rather than the TiVo power supply. Bingo, TiVo booted. So I suppose my power supply is going out, and I'm going to have to find a used Premiere to scavenge. Thanks for the image and advice!
My TCD746320 Premiere is stuck with the flashing "starting up" screen. I'm picking up a new hard drive, and would be grateful for access to an appropriate image.
Having a problem with a TiVo 746320 I just bought, After initial welcome screen, I get a screen with Rainbow snow and a black box in upper left corner. Nothing from then on. Since this unit has lifetime, I want it to live!
Have you tried component video or a different HDMI connection? That doesn't look like any "bad drive" that I've ever seen.
Maybe the TiVo is outputting a format that your TV can't handle. Try pressing the Format button on the top right front of the TiVo and try a different video output format. Continue pressing the Format button to cycle though the different output formats.
I have tried other output and get the same exact thing.
Nothing works. Just stays that way.