My RTV5000 started rebooting any time I scroll the guide past the last channel, or scroll up from the first channel.
I tried double-clearing the guide data. No help.
So I thought that I must have a poison channel. Of course you can't remove it because the Add/Remove screens also cause a reboot.
I was going to try the trick of clearing the guide and then interrupting the channel load, but I caught a break: tonight when it was doing the guide update, it did the thing where every channel is empty until it finishes. So I quickly went to the Add/Remove channel screen to remove the new high numbered channels.
Add/Remove did not cause a reboot this time, leading credence to the poison channel theory. I did get all of the new channels x'd out before it loaded the guide data.
Only problem is: it didn't fix the problem.
I did notice that the new channels are actually 4 digits in the cable box. (The cable system now has a lot
of channels. I wouldn't be surprised if there are more than a 1,000.)
Does anyone have an idea what could be causing the crash?
It is acting like the problem isn't displaying a particular channel, it is the act of displaying the dividing point between the last channel and the first. But only when there is guide data loaded.
Does the ReplayTV have a problem when the cable system has 4 digit channels?