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post #4261 of 4267 Old 07-20-2014, 08:32 AM
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Page up/down doesn't wrap

I have a new CM DVR+. To be consistent it would be nice if when navigating the Guide, the page up/down buttons wrapped to the top/bottom like the line up/down buttons do. Or maybe someone has found a solution that I'm not aware of ?

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Thanks. I got a great deal on the Premiere so decided to try it. If it doesn't work I can Ebay it for more then I paid. The Roamio was too pricey and I was concern about the age of the series 3. My research confirms what you said. It will be a gamble.


I really want to try the CM but since this was a lower cost solution with low risk I decided to try it.
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Went to set up a recurring recording, this evening, and found the only commands the DVR+ would heed were channel up/down and power on/off. Furthermore, when changing channels the PSIP information didn't show. Unplugged for 20 seconds and it was okay again.

Hoping this is not a recurring problem. This is the kind of software glitch that used to drive us nuts with the Panasonic DVD recorders.

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Went to set up a recurring recording, this evening, and found the only commands the DVR+ would heed were channel up/down and power on/off. Furthermore, when changing channels the PSIP information didn't show. Unplugged for 20 seconds and it was okay again.

Hoping this is not a recurring problem. This is the kind of software glitch that used to drive us nuts with the Panasonic DVD recorders.

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What firmware level?

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What firmware level?

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108R (0.5)

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video freezes, power button does not respond

While watching TV on CM DVR+ the video broke up and froze. Changing stations was possible via the remote but only the audio changed. The video remained frozen. Pushing the power button on the front in and attempt to reset the CM DVR+ had no effect. Unplugged CM DVR+ and plugged back in. CM DVR+ and TV viewing continued as normal once the system finished restarting. CM DVR+ is 3 weeks old. Anyone else seen this problem?
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are you surprised ?

that's "normal" behavior of buggy FW, so you should be tolerant and just do what you did - cold reboot

btw, the issue could be unique to your spot: station equipment, errors by your multipath or a radar or something like that
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