My WD DVR Expander Died

Discussion in 'TiVo Series3 HDTV DVRs' started by msdonnelly, Mar 31, 2008.

  1. bizzy

    bizzy New Member

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    I'm not expecting perfection, I am simply calling into question the reasons Tivo and WD think they can lock us into, and charge a premium for this product.
     
  2. JonathanMeyers

    JonathanMeyers New Member

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    I've had mine for about a year. Working great.
     
  3. bicker

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    Yup here too. So the "charging for the premium product" is well-justified. There is nothing to "call into question". Anecdotal incidents don't raise such questions. Stuff happens.
     
  4. msdonnelly

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    My replacement drive from Western Digital (I had bought it direct) arrived about 6 business days after I reported it dead. Hooked it up and was quickly back up to speed. I put the dead unit in the same box and shipped it back to get credit for the up-front replacement and all is well. While my drive might have died young I was quite happy with the service from Western Digital!
     
  5. Dkerr24

    Dkerr24 Lost in Big Bend

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    Will any external SATA drive work with the Tivo HD unit?

    I'm sure this has been answered before, but I'm a DTivo customer - I really have no experience with the standalone Tivo world, so please go easy.

    I am considering dropping Directv and just going with a Tivo HD unit with OTA signals.
     

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