Line 6 command line should read "mfsrestore -s 350 -xzpi /mnt/Your cd drive/25xtreme.mfs /dev/hdc /dev/hddOriginally Posted by newbr
then after the restore is finished, enter this command
#umount -f -a -r
press control, alt, delete to stop all process's . when the computer restarts, turn off the computer.
Remove the HD's from the computer, install it in you Tivo and allow it to boot. This will verify the restore worked.
Pull the HD's out, reinstall in your pc, and insert the 252xtreme.iso cd.
hit enter twice to load and log in.
if this is the first time your tivo has been upgraded to 2.5.2 ,then you will need to flash the prom with the -p switch.
I always included the -p switch after every upgrade just to play it safe. even if the prom has been flashed before, flashing it again won't hurt it.
After the upgrade is complete, remove the drives and place them back in your tivo and allow it to boot up.(it will reboot at least once after flashing the prom)
after a successful boot, power down the tivo, remove the drives and install them back in your pc.
install the lba48.iso disc in the cd drive and power your computer back up and boot to the c.d.
follow the on screen instructions for the kernel update.
Remove from pc and install in tivo. after the boot-up
go to the system info screen and verify that your recording capacity is about
450hrs or so.(maybe more or less)
One thing to note is that when you use the command line switch "-xzpi" above, the "x" is to expand the drive thus not needing to run the mfsadd command.
I'm no expert by any means, I just upgraded to 2 Seagate 200gig hd's and this is how I did it.
Hope it helps