Thanks for the suggestion. I've done that with no luck. Still get the "Network Unavailable" message (and of there's a TiVo wireless-G adapter plugged in and working).
Redid what TiVo had me do before, I enabled home applications or whatever it's called. I have downloading and sharing enabled on the TiVo site. In the first call I made, they had me disable those on the site, wait for TivoToGo status change from a,a,a to i,i,i and then enable them and wait for status to go back to a,a,a. Unfortunately it only went to a,a,i and was still there a week later. I switched it back to a,a,a but no happiness.
Guess I'll have to start a third call to TiVo. Hope this one is more like the first (understood what I wanted, even though the steps didn't fix it) and not like the second (never did understand what I wanted, I think).
BTW in blowing everything away and starting over, of course it re-scanned antenna channels. I have an indoor omnidirectional propped up in a Montreal window (just testing) and last time I got all the local stations, or all that TVFool predicted anyway (I think one's hidden east of MR). This time I didn't get Global, didn't get 35 (?), and DID get CBS and the two PBSes! I don't know why.
I think the results are roughly in line with TVFool (http://www.tvfool.com/?option=com_wr...1349b8424f10c0
not my usual profile) though it says I should get NBC before the second PBS, and for some reason has Fox and ABC in yellow (attic) same as WETK, even though they're at the same location as CBS (maybe different power? I dunno).
Weird to get these additional stations and not get Global.