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# 100753 18-Apr-2012 11:53
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First funny in nearly two years of ownership.

Last night went to add to my Season passes.

Surprised to find many items in the Find Programs menu gone !

And the Sesaon Passes were corrupted - all episodes in the Passes were noted Will not be recorded.

Surprised

WTF ???

A power-off restart restored the menu but the Seson Passes were still fubar.

Frown

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  # 611103 18-Apr-2012 12:25
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Maybe it was a power spike that corrupted things. I suspect that you will have to do a factory default before you can report it as a fault to TiVo..




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  # 611114 18-Apr-2012 12:48
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How long is the warranty?
I was curious and just googled tivo disk replacement and found this:
http://tivocentral.co.nz/nztivo/imaging/

If the instructions are correct and it looks like its not the hardest thing in the world to replace?




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  # 611139 18-Apr-2012 13:37
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robjg63: How long is the warranty?
I was curious and just googled tivo disk replacement and found this:
http://tivocentral.co.nz/nztivo/imaging/

If the instructions are correct and it looks like its not the hardest thing in the world to replace?


That's for a Series 1 TiVo.

Imaging a TiVoHD is slightly different. You use WinMFS in Windows to copy a TiVoHD HDD, rather than a linux-based boot CD (with custom modded image) for the Series 1 TiVo.

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