Question about Pioneer DVR-633H-S
The problem is in your hard drive it hasn't gone bad but will go bad pretty quickly. You do have on erray of hope though go through the menu and set your DVR back to factory default settings. This should solve your problem if you think you have cotracted some kind of virus that is making your DVR act erraticly. This takes your hardrive back to the point when the firmware from the factory was installed. You will lose your current programs but you will basicly have a new DVR.
Posted on Aug 29, 2010
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