Advertisements Here's a weird one. I assume it's time for a new Hard Drive but figured I'd ask before I go there. On Sunday I was transferring a show from my PC to the Roamio (upgraded 6 years ago with a 3TB WD Red) using PyTiVo Desktop. In mid-transfer the TiVo rebooted itself, But when it recovered the transfer had completed and the transferred file played fine. All the existing recordings played fine, but no new recordings made after that would play. I did a hard reboot. And after that nothing would play - even the programs that would play after the soft reboot(s). When I navigate to a program in the Recordings list and press Play, the screen just blinks and refreshes. Playback never starts. Any new PyTivo transfers will play if I start playing them during the transfer, but not after the transfer completes. New programs are being correctly recorded and will transfer to the PC, and, again, if I then transfer them back to the TiVo I can play them if I start playback during the transfer. I ran a couple of Kickstarts (54 - disk scan, completed fine; 57 - Media File Scan - nothing reported; and I tried a 52 - Emergency System Reinstall, but that didn't actually do anything) Re-doing guided setup made no difference. The weird thing is that absolutely everything seems to be working fine - recording, guide updates, transfers, etc. - except playback of recordings on the device.My hunch is that the glitch on Sunday corrupted data in some part of the file system which playback relies upon to identify, locate and play back the video file on the drive. My last ditch effort will be a complete delete and reset (once I have moved files I wish to keep) and if that doesn't work I will have to start over with a new drive to get a virgin system image installed (I imagine I will have to rollback from Hydra once that's done, but that's another story). Anyone ever seen anything like this? And/or have any other suggestions for remediation? Thanks!