mad tivo fan!!!
Registered: Jun 2003
Location: Renton, WA
yes I did use the -s 127 option.
I really appreciate the help here. Sorry I didn't pick up on the mount information in there.
So let me answer your questions
Does the TiVo get its Guide data correctly if you use the dial-up?
I don't have any way of testing this in my house because I don't have a phone line, just cell phones. The original setup of this box was at a friends to get the 3.0 software to support my USB.
I forgot to ask, does the 'indexing' date in System Information advance after a daily call? Also, do you get 'raw' Guide data (the on-screen EPG, Browse by Channel etc) and it's just the indexed data (Search by Title, SP's, etc) that's missing?
Hmm...as I have tested it, browsing by channel and moving the guide up 12 days works...but the indexing data does not. So I guess it is just the indexed stuff that doesn't work.
I see your 'little revelation' in the Hinsdale thread that this TiVo connects through a firewall rather than a dial-up. You do realise no everyone on this board knows every detail of your setup and it's easier for us to figure out what's going on if you tell us these things?
Yes this is a broadband connection. USB, wired not wireless.
Thus I'm thinking your idea about the NTP port on the firewall is a more likely explanation for your problems. AIUI, the problem occurs when the clock drifts more than a certain amount, so it could well be that your clock is fairly accurate and took a good while to drift out by enough and that just coincided with your upgrade.
I can check my firewall to see if its denying anything coming from/to TIVO...
Wow, TiVo CS really dodged a bullet with this one, didn't they?
READ WHAT I SAID!
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