The reply was a request for more information. Recording 2 programs at one time, I have to watch one that I recording or I have to cancel the recording to switch to another channel. Where did you get the driver you're using? No matter what drive you put in, it will never use more than 160Gb. It would be nice if it could start the minute late. I really do not want to spend the money yet, as you say the files are encrypted and it appears you really know your stuff. Here is a post I had in a different forum: New member here but been into video for a long time. I understand exactly why this is, as they want to force you to have the drive locked, from turning it off, when you remove it.
The recordings are encrypted, hence not usable outside of the box. Remember, I'm a little slow on this, so I'd appretiate details. Any ideas how to fix this, or what to ask my cable company or Motorola to do? My cable company says there are no known issues but what else would they say but to give them a call if I want. The back of the box has special screws that I was easily able to remove. So I'm not surprised that you couldn't get it to work, you went against rule 2 above. Any idea why the video out or S Video out won't give me video on the tv? I suppose it depends on who your cable provider is, but for mine it works fine.
I can look for similar software for the Mac. Applications dependent on service provider and third party application developer. Pressing this button now scrolls through the favorite channels list. Enable remote tune attempts to be successful regardless of the state of the set-top box. I'd raise hell with the cable company at this point. Two or three bricked on me, so they gave me a 6416. Look at Time Warner now forcing internet bandwidth limits.
When I watch the show I've recorded, every 10-15 seconds the picture will scramble and sound will go off. It is the network broadcast that determines initial volume levels. After initializing the drive, nothing can be seen from stock windows. This tells me it is not copyright protected if I'm able to record to my Handycam. Other times the box ignores all commands for 5-30 seconds, and then start responding again.
From what I have read, it is impossible to enable them. The lucky part was that this was about fifteen minutes before the first recorded, with two of them being recorded that night. The text Clipped will appear in the scheduled recording list, next to the recording dot. Recording 1 minute of the 1 series in my priorities. Does anyone know of a way to get these inputs to work? I'm giving my cable company another chance though - seemed like a lot of people like this box, so I'm getting another one later this week.
Can anyone help me out with this, I'm at a loss. And that's because I coincidentally have the and installed lets and other players read. What is the point of buying a dvr that won't record because it thinks it's full when it's not. I haven't yet figured out why. I have no problem with it not scheduling a show fortunately. This includes ext2, 3 and many more.
So just to be sure, are really sure they are encrypted? It only shows 0% full. Doesn't seem to be any rhyme or reason. Has anyone else come across this problem? Originally Posted by rainmaker002 Anyone know if this is possible with Shaw in Vancouver? Makes it almost impossible to watch anything I've recorded. When it comes back up that ghost recording should be gone. I bought the unit refurbished on Ebay for a steal. I figured out how to record and play, but thats it. This is your firmware version.
Any suggestion on the best way to capture? I can see that if I just replace both cables I will not have to break the glue joint, although I am not very sure if the opposite side of the sata cable in the dch6416 is a standard plug. So I doubt if they would be any help. Press it again if the display black text on white background does not come up within a second. The firmware is roughly like the and core code of your computer's operating system. But, if it does, let us know. What's happening is: On a schedule program, if I should turn off the system, it will adivse that it's recording and if shut off the system the program will stop recording, the other option is to cancel powering off and continue to cancel.
Look at your coax cables and make sure they are all intact, for some reason dogs and even some rodents like to chew on these. So, We'd like to copy off some, or all, of the shows on the box before the cable guy comes to fix our system and maybe switch our box. More lines of text available. The Cox representative was probably confusing your system with another. It's analog, for gosh sakes! I've tried googling it, but haven't found any info execpt for using one with the scientific atlantic boxes.
Once this symptom showed up, the audio ceased coming across on the capture. External drives are not supported and the internal drive is not upgradeable. . The problem I have is program recording. Once this symptom showed up, the audio ceased coming across on the capture. Is the data on the drive even readable in a computer? If I pre-record, and decide to shut down for the night, it warns me if I continue my action, it will cancel it as well. Every single time the screen goes black, changing channels fixes it.