I'm currently using an Edge as my primary Tivo and a Romio in the bedroom.
I decided to dust off my perfectly working older TiVo Premiere to use in my newly finished basement.
When I did use this Tivo it was originally in the living room directly wired to the router but now I want to use it...
My house was hit by lightning the other night and although it was plugged into a surge protector, it fried my wireless adapter. The TiVo is okay! With Covid and having a new baby, I need my shows/streaming. Anyone know where I can get a Wireless N Adapter that doesn’t cost a fortune? I’m up...
My devices (1=Bolt; 3=Roamio; 2=Mini's):
Question: What are the part numbers/cost I would need to convert my devices to wireless interconnect?
I had a water pipe break and my network cabling in my home seems to of been damaged!
Trying to decide if it is worth the effort to get it...
I am not as knowledgeable as I could be in the worlds of Home Theater and Iphones, so I will ask your assistance please!
I have a Tivo with RCA audio output jacks which is used to supply all input to our primary television. I am using those to drive a pair of Sony wireless headphones.
Can you use any USB wireless adapter in a Tivo Premiere? I noticed that Tivo only sells one. But its only 802.11g. I wonder if you could use any usb wireless adapter that uses 802.11n. I saw one listed on Amazon. But it cost about $128.99
I recently switched my cable company and decided to try their DVR. I wasn't happy, so I switched back to TiVO. The problem is I changed my network name and password. I need to reset my N adapter, but I have an old model that doesn't have the reset button (or the Client/Bridge switch). I think...
Calling all oldtimers....I mean Humax drt800 experts:up:
For faster transfers and ease of set up should I use:
1. AGO100 wireless G
2. ANO100 wireless N "bridged"
Please consider I have little to no Tivo knowledge and even less computer literacy,:eek:
THANKS VERY MUCH for any help:)