Originally Posted by billmich
Here is another weird thing that the good doctor might know...
You're Comcast, right? Not exactly sure how their
boxes communicate with the DVR.. without Googling it, I'd assume they use a low frequency for software data communications much like the bidirectional way boxes talk to the headend. I don't know the specs of your amp, but if it doesn't amplify the frequencies the boxes use to talk to each other, or there's other garbage at those frequencies, there's your problem. Again, this is a WAG, but I'd say data is being lost when your boxes try to fetch the list from the DVR. They don't get all of the list. Bet if you rebooted the box and tried, again, the list of recordings would change. The recordings are all still there. But any listing that arrived at the client box garbled got thrown out. I'd make Comcast come out and fix it unless you did all the cabling, yourself. Cablecos tend to charge by the hour if they have to fix customer wiring.
While I'm at it, not trying to beat Matt to the punch, but I had to look it up for my own reasons, so I figured I'd post what's currently scheduled:
October 15th OTA NFL afternoon games (subject to change)
CBS is the double-header network and the Lions are away on Fox, so none of the area Fox affiliates will be carrying either of the 4:05 games.
FOX: Detroit Lions at New Orleans Saints
WWJ: New England Patriots at New York Jets
WTOL: Cleveland Browns at Houston Texans
WWJ/WTOL: Pittsburgh Steelers at Kansas City Chiefs