I just added another HDVR2 to my collection. All my other DTiVos are wired in via FA120, but they've become pretty costly on eBay. The USB200M v1 is pretty much non-available. Is there another wired solution for 6.2 w/backport drivers that's actually still made at a sub $20 price? Thanks.
Thanks, I ordered a Airlink-101 ASOHOUSB over the weekend. Much cheaper than trying to bid on an FA-120 on ebay.
I'm using a Dlink DUB-E100. Works as well as the FA120. Might buy a few more and sell my FA120's on eBay. The prices they're getting are almost twice what I paid for them.
Last edited by labbie48; 08-15-2006 at 11:24 AM. Reason: Typo's
Just an update, I am having no luck with the Airlink-101 ASOHOUSB. I carted everything to work today to set up and I typically get no lights on this adapter. If I unplug it and plug it back in, sometimes I'll get a power light, but I never get a link light. I'm going to bring in an FA-120 tomorrow and see how that goes just to verify it's not a problem with the USB ports.
Last edited by robr; 08-23-2006 at 08:39 AM.
I'll try tomorrow with the FA-120 and if that works, I'll just pay the extra $$ and get one on eBay. It's worth the extra $30 if it saves myself the time required to try to troubleshoot further.
Last edited by robr; 08-23-2006 at 08:40 AM.
If you used an unnamed automated tool to hack your tivo, perhaps that tool did not add the appropriate entries to your /etc/hotplug/usb.map. Take any further discussion to the forum that supports that tool.
As a rule of thumb, D-link generally prints the HW version on or near the UPC label of a retail box.