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The clock settings should be set to Auto so that the clock is set by the broadcasted signal; this will automatically update when the clocks change.
Note that Recording start and end times should be set to On Time to ensure that the broadcaster's start and end signals are used. If either of these are changed, the timing becomes manual, and functions such as Series Record are not available.
Possible failure of the main control panel, possible the processor is malfunctioning or faulty.
remove and fix back all connections and connectors.
if there is no action or response then the processor/associated circuit/mother board can be defective
It depends on your processor speed, amount of memory, USB speed, video board, and audio processor mostly. If they are equal in all aspects (or the laptop is better), then you have a software problem most likely... You might try reposting with the details of your two systems.
No it doesn't according to TWC. I have a 3270 and it doesn't support it. I got this info from the local TWC president. You can have PIP if your TV supports it by splitting the signal and watching it on another input.