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Toshiba rs-tx60 stopped updating guide

I've gone through all the troubleshooting associated with the phone connection. Could the modem have gone bad even though it tests OK? It shares the line with my DSL and I have a filter before the TiVo. Before this happened I thought the HDD went bad because playing back it would freeze, restart, and hang. But now that has gone away and it has stopped updating the guide ("no info").

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Try a USB Network Adapter Compatible with the Tivo's

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