2011-07-24, 06:07 PM
If you purchased the unit, you can remove the drive, clone it to a larger drive and see what happens. If it doesn't boot up, you could put the original drive back in. Of course, it's easy for me to say this, but I don't own my PVR and I don't want to deal with the consequences if it doesn't work.
2013-06-29, 03:24 AM
Is there any updated info on this, after 2 years?
2013-06-29, 11:39 PM
The only update I have is that Telus now says that you can record up to 198 hours of HD on the current PVRs. That should satisfy most people. ;)
I haven't seen anything new on hard drive upgrades for any of the Canadian telcos (which all run MediaRoom). I haven't checked AT&T lately though.
2013-07-20, 11:50 AM
hello all... i have just gone back to Telus and got all new equipment... anyways i had my last PVR sitting in the corner and not activated as only allowed one PVR which they dont swap for another terminal.. anyways if anyone wants it for testing ( i live in edmonton close to downtown) please contact me before i freecycle it or worse put in the bin.... if i get more than one reply i will do a draw... oh and fastest pickup always gets in faster. i live close to downtown