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My DVR List
I've been having problems with my DVR. First, the second tuner stopped working so I couldn't watch in my room. Then it started taking longer to respond to commands. Now during playback it pauses every few seconds and the sound cuts out to the point that some recordings are unwatchable. Today, it started making clicking noises, which most likely means the hard drive is physically dying.

I guess I'm going to have to get a new one (and possibly upgrade to HD). Hopefully I can catch up on my recordings but I have about 80 hours of content. If my HD finally goes, I might lose a whole season of 24, Lost, Survivors, The Clone Wars, Caprica, No Reservations and various other items. Boo.

I also need to catalog my DVR recording queue so I can recreate it on the new HD DVR when the time comes, so here it is:
  • 24
  • How I Met Your Mother
  • Gordon Ramsay's F Word
  • House
  • Top Gear
  • Lost
  • Heroes
  • The Office
  • Family Guy
  • Last Restaurant Standing
  • Fringe
  • Kitchen Nightmares
  • Robot Chicken
  • Parks and Recreation
  • Dirty Jobs
  • Mythbusters
  • Star Wars: The Clone Wars
  • Primeval
  • Ace of Cakes
  • Bleach
  • American Dad
  • Top Chef
  • Good Eats
  • Attack of the Show
  • Verminators
  • Wrecked
  • No Reservations
  • Ninja Warrior
  • The Next Food Network Star
  • Warehouse 13
  • Top Chef Masters
  • Community
  • Glee
  • 30 Rock
  • Caprica
  • Survivors
  • Human Target
  • The Cleveland Show

Posted 05/08/2010 06:43 PM in Geek Stuff, Ramblings, TV | Total Comments: (3)
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That is a big list...
Hulu's helped me keep up with shows as they air (or up to five weeks afterward), but it can be difficult to find legit means of watching earlier episodes from this season or before. Other than backing up the data somehow, perhaps it would be best to prioritize your viewing based on the possibility of buying or borrowing season sets at a future date?
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Submitted by traissodorm on 08/18/2011 01:49 AM

you need either hr24 or h24 model rcerivees and and bridged home network system (cat5 into each room or home plug hardware ). it uses your internet network to play dvr programs in other rooms google for info about replay quality in other rooms, i heard there is an issue with this, although i cant verify it i am confidant that directv will work it out with software updates..if its even truealso requires a swm slimline hd dishdss new whole house dvr is not at all like dish networks dual tuner rcerivees
Submitted by LVsJdGYZIDhgQQH on 01/04/2013 06:45 AM

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