Advertisements About one week ago while using TivoToGo to transfer recordings from my Tivo to my PC I started receiving the message The network location cannot be reached. For information about network troubleshooting, see Windows Help along with the status showing Interrupted. The transfer starts at zero percent and never gets any further. With TivoToGo still in this interruppted status I look in my recording destination folder (in my case C:\tivo) and I see a 1 to 3 meg partial .tivo file so I know it is starting the transfer. I enabled all logging and re-started my PC as required to activate the additional TivoToGo logging. The Tivo Log File (DownloadManager.log) shows the following error message: 08/18/2011 10:00:31.359-04:00 0x00000c08 CURLExe::CurlExeInternalData:arseErrorFile: 306: !!!###Error during download: curl: (28) Operation too slow. Less than 1 bytes/sec transfered the last 30 seconds I am running a Series 2 Tivo with single tuner My Tivo software version is 9.3.2b-01-2-140 My PC is running Windows XP Professional with the current Windows updates I am running TivoToGo version 2.8.2 I am running the AVG Freeware version of virus protection software I am using a Linksys wireless router but am using a wired Linksys USB200M adapter to connect the Tivo to the PC. While the transfers fail 98 percent of the time I was successful in transferring two half-hour programs a couple of days ago. The problem doesnt seem to be with one particular channel or program that I have recorded and am trying to transfer. Each time it fails I power off/on the Tivo, power off/on the Linksys router, and my PC to reset everything. I tried my second PC which is running TioToGo version 2.8 with the same failure message. Since I have the capability to restore PCs from my HP home server I restored my second PC to a backup I took a year and a half-ago which just had bare bones Windows XP Home Edition on it. I installed TivoToGo version 2.8.2. I tried the transfer again and it still failed with the same message. I thought that this attempt would prove that it is not my AVG Freeware anti-virus software. I also turned off Windows XP automatic updates so it cant be a Microsoft Windows security update that is causing the problem. I have Windows Firewall turned off on both PCs. While searching the Tivo support forums I noticed that the only other instances of someone else getting this message that there did not seem to be a concrete resolution posted to this problem. I read also that I can transfer using a standard browser and bypassing the TivoToGo software. I put in the IP address for my Tivo in the URL of my browser and entered user name tivo and password my Tivo Media Access Key. I picked the download option for a particular recorded show and it still fails (I get a small .tivo partial file on my C drive). I believe this proves that it is not my TivoToGo software that is broken. I did however completely un-install and re-install TivoToGo version 2.8.2 (even once tried an older version I have (2.6.1) and while the message was a little different the transfer still failed with a partial file transferred). At this point I think that the only things that it can be are: 1) The Linksys USB200M adapter so I have ordered a new one (still waiting for it to arrive to try it). 2) The software level of my Tivo box (9.3.2b-01-2-140) but I dont know when the Tivo software was last updated on my Tivo box. Maybe I just got this update when the problem started and there is a software bug in the Tivo software. 3) The USB ports on the back of my Tivo (I have tried both) are going bad or something on the Tivo mother board is going bad. Any help or other suggestions of what I might try that anyone can provide would be greatly appreciated. I also have the complete Zipped log files if someone would like me to e-mail them.