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All you have to do is remove the drive from your TiVo, put it back in your PC, and issue the following command with tpip 1.1:

tpip --swapped -s /dev/hdX

The "--swapped" is what you probably missed and, if left out, results in an invalid swap header.

If you use tpip 1.2, the command is:

tpip -1 -s /dev/hdX

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mfryd,

Pay attention now:

All you have to do is remove the drive from your TiVo, put it back in your PC, and issue the following command with tpip 1.1:

tpip --swapped -s /dev/hdX

The "--swapped" is what you probably missed and, if left out, results in an invalid swap header.

Again:

The "--swapped" is what you probably missed and, if left out, results in an invalid swap header.

If you use tpip 1.2, the command is:

tpip -1 -s /dev/hdX

Yes, there are MANY people with an HDVR2 with more than 127MB or WORKING swap space. Your plan is a bad one since all you probably need to do is issue the correct tpip command to fix the problem and 127MB of swap space isn't enough.

Scott
 
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