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SamCdbs

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Receiver: HR24/100 (not internet connected)
Software: 0xb9c
Updated: 1/23

Problem: Picture goes into a sort of "stutter" when scenes change, sort of like slo-mo for a few seconds. I have read this is a symptom of non-updated software. Also gives message "This receiver has become disconnected from the home network." when in the "list" function in recordings. I have, many times, "forced" a software update via reset and 02468 and every time it "finds" new software, goes to the "downloading new software" screen and gets to 97% and then blinks and says 100%, then goes to the regular receiver reset and ends back up at the current software with no update.

Same thing happened for about 2 weeks prior to the 1/23 update, then the thing just updated "naturally" in the middle of the night one night, and all was well until the a few days ago.

Thanks in advance for any help.
 

vazhog

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Suggest you try - a search on CLEARMYBOX -then search all - the receiver will reset -flush the guide and rebuild. Reloading the Same firmware Does nothing - your current software hasn't changed since you got it - even thou it says "NEW" software.
 

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Right, the software the OP listed is the current National Release .... so hes not gonna get anything newer unless he decides to jump into the beta software.
 

SamCdbs

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Tried what you said. After about a half-hour of the same symptoms, it has seemed to clear up and operate properly. Thanks.

PQ seems better as well, for some reason.
 
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