DEPontius at edgehp
Feb 23, 2012, 3:35 PM
Post #4 of 6
On 02/23/2012 06:12 PM, Grant McChesney wrote:
Re: Picked up my "only for Tivo" M-Card tonight
[In reply to]
> On Thu, Feb 23, 2012 at 3:59 PM, Dale Pontius <DEPontius [at] edgehp
> <mailto:DEPontius [at] edgehp>> wrote:
> My new HDHomerun Prime came yesterday, and this evening I went to the
> local Comcast to pick up my M-Card. They told me that they were told
> that their M-Cards were "only for Tivos", but they were willing to give
> me one anyway, and wished me luck.
> I presume that the "only for Tivo" story is out of ignorance - by their
> management. Either that or they want to prioritize Tivo users ahead of
> Media PC users. When I mentioned a Media PC, they didn't offer any
> other solution, just the "only for Tivo."
> Am I correct, that an M-Card is an M-Card is an M-Card?
> Or is there another path I should be taking, here?
> I haven't opened opened the packaging yet for the HDHR, figuring that if
> things went really far south it's easier to return an unopened package.
> Dale Pontius
> M-Card (Multi-steam) is what you need. I've found it much easier to
> tell them it's for a Tivo when picking it up and activating it.
I was just reading the directions a few minutes ago, and they had 2
sections - "General Instructions" and "Tivo Instructions".
I just figured I'd ask here before breaking the seal on the HDHR.
Is there advantage to setting up an HDHR with ClearQAM first, before
adding the M-Card to the mix?
I presume I want to verify some basic functionality before calling for
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