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What does [ time shift speed ] mean? And in Pvr it always displays c. Drive. It it won't allow selection of usb. It displays [ usb 0]

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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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