Advertisements I recently upgraded my stock Roamio with a 2TB WD Green drive I mistakenly bought for my Mac a couple years ago. (It's energy-saving features kept it from mounting properly in the Finderenough to make me want to pull my hair out.) I was hoping to use MFSTools to clone my my drive and expand to the full 2TB, so I avoid repairing my Comcast cable card, and to save all my programs that I hadn't already downloaded with cTivo, but I gave up after getting so confused between all the different versions for Linux and Windows and no support for the Roamio. (I learned the hard way that only v3 does and it hasn't been officially released yet.) So I was able to get most of my shows back using pyTivo, and surprisingly all my OnePasses were saved (stored in my account on Tivo's servers I take it?). The only problem I've encountered is my cable card is not working with On Demand or HBO. I called Comcast and they went through the usual steps that do nothing, then I called the cable card provisioning number and gave them the Data ID but they couldn't get it to work either. So I have to wait until Wednesday for a tech to come out. I made sure to tell the agent to notate in capital letters that the tech MUST BRING A FEW NEW CARDS WITH HIM or its a waste of time. But I was wondering if there was something else I can try first to avoid having to deal with a Comcast subcontractor that doesn't give a crap? I've restarted the Roamio countless times but I never performed a reset with the new drive in it. Would a reset then another call to Comcast do anything? Thanks in advance.