Advertisements I'm on FiOS in Long Island, NY. I have a Roamio, a mini and two Premiers in my home. The Premiers travel to college with my daughters, so I no longer rent Mcard cable-cards for them from Verizon. The Roamio which has an Mcard continues to receive all channels (as does the mini, which slaves one of the Roamio's tuners). The Premiers, on returning home this May, repeated guided setup for FiOS NY (to revert back to our channel lineup from whatever they use in college), and all but the most premium channels were received properly. That is, until very recently. As of now, all channels, even the major network and local channels, present "not authorized". If I perform a channel scan, channels that appear to be clear QAM can be found, and tuned, but there is no guide data associated with them. Ex. CBS-HD can be found on channel number "72-137" or something to that effect (I don't recall the exact number.) If I repeat guided setup for cable only, specify my zip code, and specify that I will not be using a cable card, FiOS isn't even one of the available options. Specifying that I'll install an MCard later does list FiOS as an available provider (two variants, actually), but after the entire guided setup is repeated, the channels are still gone. Moving the coaxial cable from the Cable input to the Antenna input and repeating guided setup for antenna-only finds no channels, neither does a subsequent channel scan when configured this way. Questions... 1) Does anyone know exactly what changed on Verizon's end? 2) Is there anything I can do to restore the (non-premium) channels without renting an Mcard? (They return to college in a few weeks) 3) Is there any way to run guided setup for generic clear QAM over the cable input so I'll at least have guide data and proper labels for those funky channel numbers? (Some sort of unknown or generic clear QAM cable provider option, for some other zip code, maybe?) Thanks!