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Topic # 93882 1-Dec-2011 11:54 Send private message

I want to check that we're running the latest firmware... My box says 11.3b4-01-2-663, model TCD 663320...

 




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  Reply # 552200 1-Dec-2011 11:55 Send private message

Same on both boxes here.

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  Reply # 552311 1-Dec-2011 16:06 Send private message

My one year old Tivo currently runs 11.3b4-01-2-663 like yours. The new one I bought on Trademe last week was running 11.3-01-2-663 after being booted up for the first time, then within a few days had the same firmware as the first. Strange, as I thought b4 might have meant beta. Both showing Maori EPG.

And whadda know, Telecom have just door knocked me in Mairangi Bay and offered me another one free if I continue with them for 12 months. Funny thing is, I will use it too. Happy days.

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  Reply # 552315 1-Dec-2011 16:14 Send private message

same here, both boxes

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Reply # 552386 1-Dec-2011 19:44 Send private message

freitasm: I want to check that we're running the latest firmware... My box says 11.3b4-01-2-663, model TCD 663320...

 


Is your real-time connection listed as "Active"?

What is reported for your "Program Information To:"?
Mine says "Sunday December 18th" 

Do you have Maori TV checked as a favourite?
Can you see your TiVo from your browser?  (I'm clutching at straws for you now)  

Any clues here?
 

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  Reply # 552392 1-Dec-2011 20:07 Send private message

freitasm: I want to check that we're running the latest firmware... My box says 11.3b4-01-2-663, model TCD 663320...

 


Same version here 

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  Reply # 552445 1-Dec-2011 23:12 Send private message

Mine says 11.3b4-01-2-663, model TCD 663160

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  Reply # 552447 1-Dec-2011 23:19 Send private message

Mine is also 11.3b4-01-2-663, model TCD 663320 and I can see the Maori EPG. It was just "there" when I accessed the guide this evening.

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