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Master Geek


#111554 7-Nov-2012 11:13

Has anyone managed to apply a software change to their PVR's for the performance problems after TV3 change.

If so what the PVR model was and the software that fixed the issue was.

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Uber Geek


  #713450 7-Nov-2012 11:57
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Have you had a look at this thread:
http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=83&topicid=110373&page_no=4

Last couple of posts indicate that maybe something has been done at the freeview end to resolve the issue.
Has it made any difference to your gear?




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Master Geek


  #713471 7-Nov-2012 12:30

At Present only the JC Matthew PVR is reported as performing differently, still trying to find out what else was affected.

 
 
 
 


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Ultimate Geek


  #713729 7-Nov-2012 19:21

Just checked mum's zinwell pvr and it works a lot better than it did last week. Still a bit slow and glitchy but tv3 recordings can be fast forwarded and rewound ok.

Why two threads for the same question Focus0?

Are you losing focus? Lol




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Ultimate Geek


  #713735 7-Nov-2012 19:24

And the similar new topics were made within 6 minutes... Mods may want to close the other thread for you...




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Master Geek


  #713920 8-Nov-2012 07:49

The Topics are similar, ie TV3 and Freeview, however questions are different.

I am after feedback on anyone who has applied a software update to the affected PVR's that has worked in this thread.

The other topic is general question about who and what has been affected.



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