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Topic # 108043 23-Aug-2012 22:48 Send private message

I have had my Tivo for a couple of months, we have been recording hard out during this time, but tonight when I tried to record a program, I was presented with the device activation messsage. 

What gives? I successfuly activated this device two months ago.
When I went to the Tivo site and attempted activation again, the site reported that the device was already activated.

Anyone got any thoughts? 

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  Reply # 676207 24-Aug-2012 07:02 Send private message

One of our three TiVos did that last week. Restarted it and all good.




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  Reply # 676226 24-Aug-2012 08:08 Send private message

BigHammer: One of our three TiVos did that last week. Restarted it and all good.


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They are just a computer after all.  Sometimes they need a fresh start.  Worked for me.




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  Reply # 676555 24-Aug-2012 19:02 Send private message

Thanks I'll give that a try...I figured cause it wasnt running windows it wouldnt need a reboot Laughing

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