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Since more and more people are having the Favorite Channels and Channels I Receive loss problem and getting absolutely nowhere with DirecTV Support when phoning them regarding the problem, I thought it appropriate that this thread get bumped back to the top. So, what do you have to say now SpankWare for DirecTV's great Support Organization? Read the posts made in the last few days in that thread, it's not just me that thinks DirecTV's Support is sub-standard.

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Since more and more people are having the Favorite Channels and Channels I Receive loss problem and getting absolutely nowhere with DirecTV Support when phoning them regarding the problem, I thought it appropriate that this thread get bumped back to the top. So, what do you have to say now SpankWare for DirecTV's great Support Organization? Read the posts made in the last few days in that thread, it's not just me that thinks DirecTV's Support is sub-standard.


You know, I was going to let it all go and let you wallow in your pity party, but noooo.... you have to call me out again. Clearly somebody has a bone to pick. Who are you crusading against now, DirecTV or me?

I don't use either the Favorite Channels or the Channels I Receive, so I have no background on either these features or the issue at hand. I'll be happy to take a look at it, but my charity of doing all this for free may end before a resolution. I'll let you know what I find out.

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Wow, you're fast. Nothing personnel, but a lot of people are calling this problem in and getting really frustrated dealing with the CSR's and being told they never heard of the problem and yada yada yada. DirecTV IMHO will not admit that they have a problem. Ever. Period. Like they're GOD and can do no wrong. Well they're not, and they have problems, and constantly covering them up does not do anything for their creditability.

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How can one not use "Channels I Receive"?

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I've never lost my "Channels I Recieve" or my "Favorite Channels". I go through the channels I receive lsit occasionally and deselectome of the ones that pop in there, live PPV movie channels and sports channels.

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How can one not use "Channels I Receive"?


I have seen "Channels I Receive" in the setup menu, but I have never accessed it in any way. I assume by doing so you can remove channels from the lineup that you don't get, that way TiVo never tries to mess with them. Then apply additional filtering using favorites. I use neither one of these. As a platinum sub, I get most everything, plus a few extras. I have no use for favorites. I know what my favorite channels are and I can tune to them in the guide very quickly(if the guide were only as fast). By not limiting myself to a smaller list of channels, I can peruse all programming using the guide and them make my recording decisions based on what looks interesting.

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You use it to add channels you DO receive that aren't in the randomized set it comes up with, and remove those you don't. Do you really get all of the distant networks (in their various incarnations), all of the local sports networks, the foreign language channels, etc? If you don't remove these, then wishlists and suggestions will match them. If you only use Season Passes and all of the channels you're interested in are set by default, then I guess you can ignore it. Until the list gets emptied by something DirecTV sends out, which is happening to many of us.

Just because you haven't seen the problem, that doesn't mean the problem doesn't exist.

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You use it to add channels you DO receive that aren't in the randomized set it comes up with, and remove those you don't. Do you really get all of the distant networks (in their various incarnations), all of the local sports networks, the foreign language channels, etc? If you don't remove these, then wishlists and suggestions will match them. If you only use Season Passes and all of the channels you're interested in are set by default, then I guess you can ignore it. Until the list gets emptied by something DirecTV sends out, which is happening to many of us.

Just because you haven't seen the problem, that doesn't mean the problem doesn't exist.



Are you suggesting that my receiver would be unaware of a channel I should receive? I would be very surprised to find that an unconfigured "Channels I Receive" is a partial list of channels, and that there are others I should add. I'm not saying it's not true, I just find it very hard to believe that my programming provider (DirecTV) wouldn't notify my receiver of all available channels. Having said that, yes I get almost every channel that's in my guide. I can't say for sure because I haven't checked them all.

I'm not saying the problem doesn't exist because I haven't seen it, I'm saying that I don't modify those settings that everybody else does and as a possible result I don't have the problems others are seeing. I do not, and have no plans to ever look at or modify the "Channels I Receive." I have never experienced the problems listed here. I think these two things are related.

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Since more and more people are having the Favorite Channels and Channels I Receive loss problem and getting absolutely nowhere with DirecTV Support when phoning them regarding the problem, I thought it appropriate that this thread get bumped back to the top. So, what do you have to say now SpankWare for DirecTV's great Support Organization? Read the posts made in the last few days in that thread, it's not just me that thinks DirecTV's Support is sub-standard.
So what does a problem that people are having w/ another D-TiVo feature have to do w/ the "problem" you started this thread over? You said in a previous post that you'd come to accept the issue you started this thread over, that would leave you still dealing w/ the standard "reset" response you got via e-mail. Would it make you feel better if said employee were dismissed just prior to the Holidays? Then you call out SpankWare in the post, that certainly won't escalate the roundabout between you two, huh?

Is this really a technical issue at hand or a personal one? We're entering a time of year when, IMO, people ought to make an effort towards some harmony, regardless of where the world at large stands. If you really have a problem w/ DirecTV that you feel they can't/won't resolve, then is it up to these boards to resolve it? I'd say it's up to the individual to deal w/ DirecTV until it's either addressed or, if not, the individual finds another multi-channel provider.

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I'm not saying the problem doesn't exist because I haven't seen it, I'm saying that I don't modify those settings that everybody else does and as a possible result I don't have the problems others are seeing. I do not, and have no plans to ever look at or modify the "Channels I Receive." I have never experienced the problems listed here. I think these two things are related.



As I mentioned in the other thread, modifying the settings will not affect this problem...and it is most definitely *NOT* related (not in that respect, anyway).

I have never changed the "channels I receive" settings on my 2nd unit, yet 2 days ago, I turned it on and......voila! Nothing. Black screens on almost every channel.

It has nothing to do w/setting "channels I receive" or "favorite channels." It isn't simply a guide issue....it's not so much the disappearing guide data, but the unit acts as if DTV has suddenly made changes to your account and 'blocked' the majority of the channels you are normally able to watch....until you reboot, and then "boink!" all is back to normal.

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So what does a problem that people are having w/ another D-TiVo feature have to do w/ the "problem" you started this thread over? You said in a previous post that you'd come to accept the issue you started this thread over, that would leave you still dealing w/ the standard "reset" response you got via e-mail. Would it make you feel better if said employee were dismissed just prior to the Holidays? Then you call out SpankWare in the post, that certainly won't escalate the roundabout between you two, huh?

Is this really a technical issue at hand or a personal one? We're entering a time of year when, IMO, people ought to make an effort towards some harmony, regardless of where the world at large stands. If you really have a problem w/ DirecTV that you feel they can't/won't resolve, then is it up to these boards to resolve it? I'd say it's up to the individual to deal w/ DirecTV until it's either addressed or, if not, the individual finds another multi-channel provider.

What I've said if you read it is that I've accepted the fact the the particular issue that I used as an example was a poor choice (example) to use in this thread and that I have resigned myself to the fact that it is probably operating as designed.

What I have said numerous times in this thread, and I will say it again for you, is that the issue was not purpose of this thread, the purpose of this thread is to show that DirecTV's Support of DVR's is extremely lacking, their first answer seems always to be "Reboot it". The second is call us.

Well SpankWare contends that DirecTV has good Support and if you call in and know how to work the CSR's you can get your problems resolved. I want to see what he has to say when numerous other people have been calling in and have been getting stonewalled.

I do not want anyone to get fired, except maybe the Management that has chosen the policy that the CSR's have to use. As I think I've also said in this thread, is that I truly believe the CSR's are trying and genuinely want to help but they are prevented from doing so by Management.

Now, if you would have kept up with this thread and have read ever post you would have known that and you wouldn't be asking.

You would also then understand that mentioning Favorite Channels and Channels I Receive loss problem and how DirecTV continues to claim they are unaware of any such problem when two people at TiVo acknowledge it and have been in contact with DirecTV regarding it, continues to show that DirecTV's support is very poor.

I'm all for harmony, DirecTV can start by acknowledging this problem that has been around for over a year in 4 releases of the OS on DTiVo's, and telling their customers that call in with the problem that they are aware of it and working on it instead of saying they never heard or it. They can also improve their support.

One person trying to get DirecTV to resolve this issue will get absolutely nowhere, the fact that this problem has existed as long as it has is proof of that. Even many people calling DirecTV is getting nowhere. And yes, I think a public Forum is the perfect place to air things like this out. If you can't get their attention by direct communication then bad press may.

Now pay attention: The purpose of this Thread is to show that DirecTV's Support of DVR's is extremely lacking. I'm repeating myself strictly for your benefit, most of what I've said here has been said before.

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Never in my life have I witnessed more effort being put into something so insanely useless as this "debate". BlankMan, it's clearly time you divested yourself of all high-tech items in your home, it's apparent that you have extremely unrealistic expectations when it comes to reliability and service. Not to mention way too much free time.

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Never in my life have I witnessed more effort being put into something so insanely useless as this "debate". BlankMan, it's clearly time you divested yourself of all high-tech items in your home, it's apparent that you have extremely unrealistic expectations when it comes to reliability and service. Not to mention way too much free time.
Amazing. I expect things to work. And that's asking too much. And I'm not the only one. Hmmmm....

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Are you suggesting that my receiver would be unaware of a channel I should receive? I would be very surprised to find that an unconfigured "Channels I Receive" is a partial list of channels, and that there are others I should add. I'm not saying it's not true, I just find it very hard to believe that my programming provider (DirecTV) wouldn't notify my receiver of all available channels.

Yes, that's exactly what I'm suggesting. You'd think it would work the way you describe, and it DOES work that way on non-TiVo DirecTV receivers, but not on the DTiVos. Instead you get a "default" selection of channels that has no logic to it that I can see - it includes a bunch of channels that many people, even those on Platinum, would not be eligible for and leaves unchecked some that most do get.

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Yes, that's exactly what I'm suggesting. You'd think it would work the way you describe, and it DOES work that way on non-TiVo DirecTV receivers, but not on the DTiVos. Instead you get a "default" selection of channels that has no logic to it that I can see - it includes a bunch of channels that many people, even those on Platinum, would not be eligible for and leaves unchecked some that most do get.


Since I am unaware of any channels I'm missing from my lineup, both from the new units and the T60, could you provide me with some examples of what should be checked but isn't? As best I can tell, I have every channel I should and every channel I previously had on my UltimateTV receiver that was replaced with my now "primary" DSR7000. I'd be curious to hear what some of your unchecked channels are.

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I uncheck all the Shopping Channels and Religious Channels. I don't want any suggestions from any of those channels. Nor do I want to watch them or see them in my Guide.

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I would have to wait for the next time it screws up to make note - I have printed out a numbered list I refer to....

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Well the Favorite Channels loss happened to me again today so I called DirecTV support, you can see a pseudo transcript here:

http://www.tivocommunity.com/tivo-v...281#post1553281

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Just thought I'd get this back up to the top and what better way of doing it then to link to a post the shows SpankWare might be coming around to my way to thinking.

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I updated the original post of this thread with an example of how bad DirecTV's Support really is that not refutable.

So it's time to get this thread back into the limelight.

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