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Time shift speed on a PVR usually relates to the speed of the recording. It depends on how fast you want to fill up your drive. The faster the drive fills up usually gives you a better quality then a slower recording speed.

As far as the USB goes. "USB 0" is usually the first USB connection. Some electronic devices and electronics in general start counting at 0 not 1. Just plug it in the USB port and select USB 0. It should work for you.

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I have a 2009 GMC Acadia. What should the ERS mode be in on a normal basis?

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ERS mode allows you to choose the top-gear limit of the transmission and the vehicle's speed while driving down hill or towing a trailer. The vehicle has an electronic shift position indicator within the instrument panel cluster. When using the ERS Mode a number will display next to the L, indicating the current gear that has been selected.
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Press the plus/minus button located on the shift lever, to increase or decrease the gear range available.
When you shift from D (Drive) to L (Low), the transmission will shift to a pre-determined lower gear range. The highest gear available for this pre-determined range is displayed next to the L in the DIC. See Driver Information Center (DIC) and DIC Operation and Displays for more information. The number displayed in the DIC is the highest gear that the transmission will be allowed to operate in. This means that all gears below that number are available. For example, when 4 (Fourth) is shown next to the L, 1 (First) through 4 (Fourth) gears are automatically shifted by the vehicle. the transmission will not shift into 5 (Fifth) until the + (Plus) button is used or you shift back into D (Drive).
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Can you record from a smart tv with arecording box

First of all you need to check if your TV supports recording. Some 2010 models do and most 2011 have it implemented. Look for stickers or logos such as:
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  • Sony
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  • Philips
  • Panasonic
  • Toshiba
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    part time or the full time system,
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    read the operators guide first, if a part time system only
    as i suspect, stop driving on dry pavement.
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    the non grand Cherokee. early

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    • 1987-2001: New Process NP242 Selec-Trac, full-time or part-time, 2.72:1 ratio with low range
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    New updates available for service issues such as freezing and start up/ recording issues (firmware 2011) are also available from the DGTEC website.

    Please update software first before replacing hardware...

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    I will use PeToUSB to format my Kingston Data Traveler with 2GB.

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    To start the process of copying the Windows XP source files to the USB Flash Drive, click GO in the main window of WinSetupFromUSB. Depending on the write speed of your USB Flash drive it may take a while to copy all files.

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    At the end the following notice about the Windows installation process should be displayed:

    WinSetupFromUSB - notice

    Click OK and close WinSetupFromUSB with EXIT.
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    The ESC key is used by ASUS for the Eee PC series.
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    Windows XP/2000/2003 Setup - First and Second parts

    Press Enter or wait 10 seconds to get to the next menu:

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    First part of Windows XP Home Edition setup is already selected. Press Enter or wait 10 seconds to start the Text mode part of setup. During this part you can create, delete and format partitions and finally the setup files are copied to your hard disk. At the end the system will restart automatically.
    7. Windows Installation - Part 2

    After restart, boot the PC again from your USB Flash Drive. The same menu should be displayed:

    Windows XP/2000/2003 Setup - First and Second parts

    Press Enter or wait 10 seconds to get to the next menu:

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    Second part of XP Home Edition setup+Start Windows for first time is already selected. Press Enter or wait 10 seconds to start the GUI mode part of setup. During this part you will be asked for your product key, timezone, usernames and other necessary informations. At the end the system will restart automatically.
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    After restart, boot the PC again from your USB Flash Drive. The same menu should be displayed:

    Windows XP/2000/2003 Setup - First and Second parts

    Press Enter or wait 10 seconds to get to the next menu:

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    Second part of XP Home Edition setup+Start Windows for first time

    Second part of XP Home Edition setup+Start Windows for first time is already selected. Press Enter or wait 10 seconds to Start Windows for the first time. The Windows installation process will be finished and finally the Windows Desktop will appear.
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    If you don't plan to use the repair option and want to boot directly into windows, you have to do the following:

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    Delete the following line:
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    Save changes to the file.

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    If you want to keep the repair option, you can reduce the time to display the operating system options from 30 to 5 seconds:
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