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Discussion in 'TiVo Series 1 - UK' started by ColinYounger, Jan 16, 2009.
And my mate, who has one BNIB, but doesn't (yet) use it.
Don't know if that counts.
Got a Cachecard + RAM sitting on the shelf. Is it worth putting in the TiVo, or do I give up on the wonderful beast?
TiVo has been gathering dust for a year. Just turned her back on again due to a new setup with a basic Sky box for freeview in the bedroom.
Put it in the Tivo along with a new larger hard drive and it will suddenly seem like you have a whole new wonderous beast.
www.steveconrad.co.uk/tivo/cachecard.html and www.steveconrad.co.uk/tivo/tivoweb.html and www.steveconrad.co.uk/tivo/upgrade3.html
Or buy a drive with all this stuff installed from www.tivocentral.co.uk or www.tivoheaven.co.uk and partner it with the new Cachecard and the RAM.
And never used in the UK either
If we are counting spares then I have two more:
I thought we were counting USERS?
Yes we are but I guess the last poster didn't realise that as its rather a long thread by now.
Have a UK Tivo that's been in use for the last 8 years and is still going strong.
Been going since 2000.
Yes you are correct, and I guess this is just for general interest, but surly the interesting thing to TiVo is how many subscribers there if the goal is to influence their return (but I guess they know how many are there from their logs).
Do you mean 392 Nikki?
I tried to turn the figures into something a bit more optimistic without actually lying. Global users?
I don't thinks there are anywhere near 110 million Tivo customers, even on a global basis.
I think just over 10 million is probably more like it, although I couldn't seem to immediately track down a figure using Google.
Pete - there are 2 types of people in this world: those that understand binary, and those that don't.
Don't you mean 10 types?
Not that I can comment on people making silly mistakes, ahem...
I understand binary I was just slow on the uptake in realising that was what Nikki meant.
"there are 10 types of people in this world: those who understand binary, and those who don't"
it's a classic joke - c'mon