Lost S3 Desktop Pic Viewing

Discussion in 'TiVo Series3 HDTV DVRs' started by Testpattern, Oct 5, 2007.

  1. Testpattern

    Testpattern Testpattern

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    I went to view some recent photos on my S3 this morning only to find no info presented for my published music or pictures. My network appears to be functional since I can play web radio without any problem. However, when I interrogate my IP address TiVo tells me there's nothing there?

    Any idea why there's nothing highlighted in my music or pictures or why TiVo thinks there's no IP address yet plays web radio just fine?

    Has something changed with the fall update to 9.1?


    Thanks,
     
  2. Krellion

    Krellion ...

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    Have you tried restarting the TiVo Desktop software, rebooting your computer, and/or rebooting your TiVo?
     
  3. Testpattern

    Testpattern Testpattern

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    Yes to all but rebooting TiVo. I'll give this a try.

    Since my previous post I've discovered a number of other problems with 9.1. The reboot move may be beneficial to all.

    Thanks for the taking the time to respond....
     
  4. showpony

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    What ever happened to this?? I have the same problem. Live365 works fine, but it cannot find my pictures or published music. The TiVo server is running on my PC's desktop and the correct files are published. And the network can talk to the TiVo since I am recieving channel updates and the other features work that use the wireless broadcast.
    I have the latest TiVo desktop and have tried all of the above steps of unplugging EVERYTHING (PC and TiVo) and restarting. So I think this is a software issue? But is it on the PC end or the TiVo end and what can be done to remedy it? Anyone else had luck in fixing this?
    And I can't even pinpoint a date when this happened. It has been a while since it has worked thought.
     

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