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    Preparing to re-image HD

    Hi,

    As advised in the 'howto' I've made a note of various pieces of info before I start this process. However, I cannot find out what the current IR Code is or how its set, fast/medium/slow. If this is possible perhaps someone would be kind enough to point me in the right direction, please.

    TIA

    John

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    Firstly I assume you are talking about a series 1 TiVo.

    I no longer have a Series 1 running, so can't confirm the steps.

    But in a wiki I wrote in 2005 I talk about confirming the settings.

    You need to open TiVoWeb and go into the MFS section.

    The next bit is very hazy, but I think you click on setup and then find where it says source=, I think there will be a number that is clickable next to it.

    You should find a field that says "CableBoxCodeNum =" then your number will be next to that.

    Don't forget to backup your season passes also, if that's important to you.

    Peter.
    Please search this forum and our Website for your TiVo questions before starting a new thread. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by petestrash View Post
    Firstly I assume you are talking about a series 1 TiVo.

    I no longer have a Series 1 running, so can't confirm the steps.

    But in a wiki I wrote in 2005 I talk about confirming the settings.

    You need to open TiVoWeb and go into the MFS section.

    The next bit is very hazy, but I think you click on setup and then find where it says source=, I think there will be a number that is clickable next to it.

    You should find a field that says "CableBoxCodeNum =" then your number will be next to that.

    Don't forget to backup your season passes also, if that's important to you.

    Peter.
    Spot on Peter. Nothing wrong with your memory :-) Thanks.

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