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Discussion in 'DIRECTV HD DVR/Receiver Discussion' started by Scott Kocourek, Nov 30, 2011.
I posted a link to the DMA list back towards the beginning of this thread.
My bad. Somehow I overlooked it. Thanks.
Yay to Dec 21 hopefully
I'm in the NJ and my DMA is in the New York market, which also isn't listed. However, according to DTV tech support, based on my account records, my HR22-100 DVR is slated for sometime this Fall.
If you pull his leg any farther, it will reach the Gulf.
They may be holding off on NY just based on the sheer number of people.
The Champaign Springfield Decatur dma got the new guide this morning. Looks good.
Got the new HD GUI in Buford, GA this morning.
What was the firmware version number?
It is 0x57b
I'm using the redh.com/dtv site to find the download times but I'm a bit confused. When I select H/HR, the time at the top of the page is PT, however, when I look at the times for the most current version and transponder it seems to be CT. Is this a problem with the site, or am I just not understanding the numbers?
BTW, I did manage to get my two HR24s updated this morning at 5:30 am ET. Tomorrow I'll update my H25. My market is scheduled for next week so I'm only getting it a little early.
I live in the Atlanta area and received 0x57b on both my receivers last night. Looks good so far.
New HDGUI LIVE. Woooo Hooo.
I got mine on all 7 DVRs at 3:41 A.M. in Atlanta Area (Peachtree City, Ga.)!!!
I noticed this morning my HR24-200s and HR20-700 got the HD guide update overnight. Metro Atlanta, Marietta/Kennesaw area
Looks like the Western US is among the forgotten !!!
It's not a geographical list, it's by DMA.
I have one of my HR21s on an HDMI switcher. I usually use it as an overflow DVR and the switch is usually on the primary HR21.
My Slingbox Pro is connected to the slave HR21. When I went to watch it, I had a huge nag screen saying my TV or Cables aren't HD and that I needed to hold the EXIT button until the HR switched to SD mode. WTF?
I'm assuming this has to do with the new UI since the message didn't look like a normal DirecTV message. Atlanta, GA here.
Do you have a more updated list?
I notice that most major California DMA's are on that list, EXCEPT the Los Angeles area, which is of course.... where I am.
That's understandable, the Los Angeles DMA alone probably has about 1 million DirecTV customers or so, (just like the New York DMA) and they probably want to roll out to smaller DMA's first and tackle the HUGE DMA's a little later on.