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HD DVRs, Receivers, and R22 0x0736 - Issues/Discussion


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#121 OFFLINE   DrummerBoy523

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Posted 07 October 2013 - 02:29 PM

You may have to. Go back and read the whole thread, and I think you'll be illuminated.

 

 

What are your ARSL's?  I found that by tweaking the ones I had I was able to prevent my HR24-500 from getting the slow responses.

 

My example was: "AALL HDTV Rangers" in Sports -> Hockey

 

I changed it to "AALL Rangers" in Sports -> Hockey and my HR24 stopped having issues.  It was explained that HDTV is an unnecessary keyword and could be causing problems - but the HR24 would automatically prefer HD over an SD recording airing at the same time.

 

It was also recommended to change mine to "AALL Rangers Events" in Sports -> Hockey which would only record the live games, thus skipping over Pre-Game and Post-Games.  I didn't switch mine over yet (HR24 is in a bedroom now and I don't use it as often since getting the HR44) - but that is also an option.

 

Here are my ARSLs

 

on my HR24:

 

AALL PURDUE EVENTS NNOT WOMENS & Sports, Football

AALL INDIANA EVENTS NNOT COLTS INDIANAPOLIS & Sports, Football

ANDY GRIFFITH & Audio & Video, Black & White

 

on my HR21:

AALL PURDUE EVENTS NNOT WOMENS & Sports, Basketball

AALL INDIANA EVENTS NNOT WOMENS PACERS & Sports, Basketball

 

any thoughts on why these would lock up both our boxes regularly?


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#122 OFFLINE   LiQiCE

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Posted 07 October 2013 - 05:55 PM

Here are my ARSLs

 

on my HR24:

 

AALL PURDUE EVENTS NNOT WOMENS & Sports, Football

AALL INDIANA EVENTS NNOT COLTS INDIANAPOLIS & Sports, Football

ANDY GRIFFITH & Audio & Video, Black & White

 

on my HR21:

AALL PURDUE EVENTS NNOT WOMENS & Sports, Basketball

AALL INDIANA EVENTS NNOT WOMENS PACERS & Sports, Basketball

 

any thoughts on why these would lock up both our boxes regularly?

 

I'm not sure why - I just know it caused issues for my HR24-500 and my old HR23-700s which I don't have anymore.

 

My theory is that it has something to do with the Far in Advance guide, since ARSLs have to search all guide data - maybe the extra data from far in advance is causing the ARSL searches to hang or slowdown.  That is just a theory though.

 

If you're having a lot of slowness issues - you can try removing the ARSLs and see if that fixes the problem.  I know it isn't a perfect solution but it would make your HR2x usable again and then you can manually search for things and record them.

 

Hopefully it will be completely resolved in a future S/W release.  Personally - my problem seemed to be fixed with the 0x0736 release.


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