All, I had a failing drive in my DSR6000 (DirecTiVo) so used InstantCake to make a new one with a large drive (250G), since the old one only supported 127G drives. I baked it, reset everything, and things seemed to work fine. A couple of days later things started acting funny, so I rebooted. When it was powering up, I got a message (looked like an InstantCake type of graphic on the screen) saying that my DVR was upgrading and that I should wait. I was worried that this would kill the kernel that supported large drives, but when it finished I checked the status and it said I still had ~250 hours. Good. Now I'm noticing that some of the old programs won't play anymore and it gives me an error on the screen that says something like, "The program did not record because there was no signal on the input." I know that's not the case, since I've seen programs work yesterday and disappear like that today. Has anyone seen this? I'm REALLY worried now that the new seasons of TV shows are upon us -- I don't want to lose any recordings! If anyone has any ideas, let me know - this really has me worried! Thanks.