I have a Bolt+ 3TB model. The drive died, and TiVo replaced it. The new drive has now died. I decided I didn't need that much capacity, so I ordered a 2TB drive, thinking it might hold up a little better, and a lot cheaper. On the off chance I could save my recordings, I pulled the bad drive an put it into an old Linux box I had lying around, and booted into the MFSTool live CD. Turns out there is a S.M.A.R.T. error on the drive, but it's still readable. But when I try to copy the data to the new drive, I get an error that the target drive isn't big enough. I understand that the new drive is only 2/3 the size of the original, but it wasn't anywhere near full of recordings. I would have expected there to be enough room for what was on it. Is what I'm trying to do simply not possible?