I have not seen any references to the WD10EURX so I thought I would comment on my experiences.
Western Digital AV-GP Green Power WD10EURX-73FH1Y0
Product of Malaysia
14 Feb 2012
Purchased for AU$137
My TiVo is a TCD663160 running software version 11.3b5-01-2-663 and purchased in March 2009.
The old drive was a WD1600AVJS-63WNA0, Product of Thailand, 04 Jul 2008 and still working fine.
The screws on the back of the case and on the disk tray were Torx T10 but the screws under the drive were T15.
I booted my PC standalone and ran WDIDLE3 on the new drive to find it was disabled out of the box.
I used it to set the timer to both 8 and 300 seconds to establish that WDIDLE3 does work with this drive before setting it back to the default 'disabled'.
HDDScan said that AAM was not supported on this drive but not an issue as this drive is very quiet.
I ran the Seatools Long Generic test which took 2hr 30min to verify that the drive was fine.
I connected the old and new drives and ran WinMFS beta9.3g which took 44 min to copy my drive.
I expanded the drive but did not SuperSize it.
The above was run on my Win XP SP3 PC (E5700 @ 3.00GHz with 2GB memory).
I placed the new drive in my TiVo and it booted normally.
I soft booted it and it was fine (as you would expect with IDLE3 disabled).
It has only been running for 24 hours so this is not exactly an exhaustive test but it has recorded 6 programs and I have watched 2 of them.
It appears exactly the same as before except that I now have 200 hrs of HD recording space.
Note that this is an 'Advanced format' drive using 4K instead of 512 sectors.
There are a few posts speculating on potential issues but I could not find posts with actual problems so I decided to 'suck it and see'.
I would be interested if anyone with knowledge of my version of the Linux kernel would care to comment on these 'advanced format' drives
Last edited by BurnieM; 30-03-2012 at 07:10 PM.
TiVo HD with dual HD tuners and now 1 TB disk upgrade
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