So I'm sure the night before Thanksgiving might be tough to get some technical support from a kind stranger, but I just lost all my HDHomeRun Channels, and I'm looking for a little help.
I've had a Prime for well over 6 months now, and I love it. Today I got a new Extend, and I simply wanted to add that to my system. I opened config, and got a uPnP error message and this helpful link:
I have a Netgear Nighthawk R7000. I went to advanced and turned uPnP off, and turned uPnP back on, and I'm not having much success either which way... the Extend is connected to the same (I believe unmanaged, but I'm not 100%) gigabit switch as the Prime which has been working for months now.
So earlier this morning before I'd gotten home and hooked up my extend, I'd found this thread on their forums detailing a firmware update for Extend which had fixed instability issues: https://www.silicondust.com/forum/vi...?f=113&t=62815
Sure enough, my the out-of-the-box firmware version of my Extend was the "problem" one listed in that thread (20161019beta1), so I went to the Downloads page and downloaded new firmware for Windows configuration.
It looks like it updated BOTH my Prime and my Extend. Before I did this, my cable channels (via Prime) were working just fine. Although the scan had detected 3 antenna channels available, if I tried to tune to them, they wouldn't come in in HDHomeRun View.
Now, post-firmware-update, I've lost all channels. Both the Prime and the Extend. I got nothing.
Any help/suggestions would be appreciated.....
[Update] - I think I'm squared away. I was trying to do the config/update from a Win10 laptop, for convenience, but I think I had to head downstairs to my old beast of a Win7 Desktop (that I'm still using for DVR duties) and rerun config from scratch. The fact that my DVR firmware hadn't updated with the rest of the firmware updates was throwing everything into a tizzy. Now that I have all 3 (Prime+Extend+DVR) on the latest firmware, things are back to normal. I'm mildly disappointed that I'm only getting my local NBC affiliate, and not CBS/Fox (from a reception website I looked at, I new ABC was gonna be rough for me, particularly for a $35 in-house-antenna), but that's out-of-scope for an HDHR Prime thread... having my 3 Prime tuners functioning is WAAAY more important to me than getting a couple extra antenna channels. Crisis averted for the weekend's holiday festivities. Hope all my fellow AVS'ers have a great one!