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Thread: Does ANYONE have a SINGLE-DRIVE image for a DSR6000?

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    29 Does ANYONE have a SINGLE-DRIVE image for a DSR6000?

    I am looking for a drive image from a SINGLE-DRIVE Philips DSR6000 or Hughes GXCEBOT so I can upgrade my dual-drive system. (Sony T60's have different remote codes and other small differences.)

    Yes, I *know* that mfstools will 'divorce' my drives but since there is no working DirectTivoMad to expand the A drive I need a copy from a real SINGLE drive system to obtain the maximum amount of space. (I want to add a 100GB as the second drive.)

    Also, does anyone have a image of the released v2.5? I'd also be *very* interested in it as well...

    THANKS!

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    Want to send large files?

    If you want to send someone a large file via email try http://icl.cs.utk.edu/ibp/mail/mailformindex.html Some mail servers will only let your send up to a 10meg file. This one lets you send any file!

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    He thanks for the link...


    It works great...



    I recommend that we give up on the forum's ftp site and just email it. It stays on their site for up to 10 days.


    Klips
    Last edited by Klips; 08-31-2001 at 01:44 AM.

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    Anybody still needing a DSR6000 image?

    I might be able to help, email me.

    Klips

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    THANKS for the url GoneSilent!

    THANKS for the file Klips!

    -Surgeon-
    Last edited by surgeon; 08-31-2001 at 01:18 PM.

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    Are these 2.0.1 single-drive backups for the DSR6000?

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    Virgin, 2.0.0, 115MB, single

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    Does this forum need access to an ftp server? If you need it let me know. Also Kilps, could you email me the file. I have added my email to my profile.

    Thanks!!!!

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    Thumbs up

    Could some please please Give me a single drive backup of DSR600R?

    One of my Tivos died.
    2.5 is not transferable between machines anymore.
    My backup was corrupted. (Those old pre-mfstools backups!).

    mailto://mishagray@home.com

    I could return the favor!

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    Got one! Thanks Klips!

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    Thanks for all your help everyone. My TiVo is alive and well! I now have a virgin MFSTool 1.0 Backup image for the DSR6000. If anyone else need this image drop me a private line.

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    30 Also need DSR6000 Single Drive image

    have one of the dual drives DSR600 and am having a problem making a backup. I plan to replace the 15gb drive with an 80GB WD.

    Now running 2.5 software. Have DL the CD from Hinsdale.

    Appreciate your help

    Bill Marsh
    Atlanta

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    I just ordered a DSR6000, the place I got it from told me it is a single drive unit.

    Can someone point me in the right direction. I want to add a larger drive at some point, just not right now. (no funds) What do I need to do before I plug it in?

    If someone can help me with this I can help with EMU setups.

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    Angry limited

    Could some please please Give me a single drive backup of DSR600R?

    One of my Tivos died.
    2.5 is not transferable between machines anymore.
    My backup was corrupted. (Those old pre-mfstools backups

    e-mail to limited@netrzero.net

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    tivostuff.com, and then do a clear and delete everything after the install. You can dial in to go to current if you dont want the extras included.....

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