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post #1 of 7 Old 02-21-2007, 05:06 PM - Thread Starter
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Is there a way to set the TV Guide setup so you don't get the Delete/Save menu at the end of a recorded show? I just delete a show by accident again today. Any help would be appreciated, thanks.
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No, sorry, no way to set it up that way.
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Is there a way to set the TV Guide setup so you don't get the Delete/Save menu at the end of a recorded show? I just delete a show by accident again today. Any help would be appreciated, thanks.

Sorry, SOL. Pray for the supposed Comcast Tivo box. I've lost more than a few recordings because of the cableco box's dumb interface like always returning to top of list of recordings after you delete an item. Tivo asks you to confirm deletion at least. Oh, well ....

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I was afraid of that. Thanks for all the quick replies. TiVO's got to be a lot better than the Moto box but the Moto box is way better than nothing.
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The Comcast TiVo will be software riding on the Motorola DVR box, so some aspects of the issues won't change, even with the TiVo software (since they're reflections of the underlying hardware and/or firmware). You're correct, though, that it's way better than nothing.
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http://www.tivolovers.com/Photos/CES2007/

Coming soon to Comcast, for a few extra bucks every month...

Hmmm. Growing up I always considered "a few" to mean under 10. I guess times really have changed .
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