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Master Geek

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# 51802 1-Dec-2009 12:01
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We have released new software for the HT9200DTR.

The changes that have been made are:

1) Increased support for different makes of HDD and size.
2) Improvements in HDD performance
3) Performance improvements when Timeshifting
4) Minor bug fixes.

Note: Some users have reported orphaned programs in the RecordList when a series is finished. This is not a bug. We are required to keep these
In the recordlist for a certain number of weeks so that the receiver can pick up the series recording when the new season starts.

A link to the software is below, instructions on installing the software can be found here.





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  # 278243 1-Dec-2009 13:01
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Is this going to be released as an OTA (Over The Air) update too?

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  # 278292 1-Dec-2009 13:55
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Supplementary question: Will recorded programs, scheduled recordings, etc all be lost - I note that step 3 says "The receiver will clear everything and then restart".

 
 
 
 




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  # 278322 1-Dec-2009 14:40
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wongtop: Is this going to be released as an OTA (Over The Air) update too?



Yes, OTA update is planned.



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  # 278324 1-Dec-2009 14:42
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wongtop: Supplementary question: Will recorded programs, scheduled recordings, etc all be lost - I note that step 3 says "The receiver will clear everything and then restart".


No, you will not lose everything,. We have updated the instructions.

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