Steve Heistand steve at heistand.org
Sat Jun 14 22:10:14 UTC 2008

2008 10607617 that would appear to have issues.
but Im doing another HD record test just for kicks at the

"Why is it so hot inside this handbasket?"
Steve Heistand
steve at heistand.org

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From: Brian Wood <beww at beww.org>
To: Discussion about mythtv <mythtv-users at mythtv.org>
Sent: Sat, 14 Jun 2008 16:05:59 -0600
Subject: Re: [mythtv-users] Fwd: ONLINE ORDER#XXXXXX HD PVR UPDATE

> On Saturday 14 June 2008 15:45:12 Rick wrote:
> > What would be nice is for Hauppage to release the serial number block of
> > the units with the faulty chips. I think serial #'s from 2108 on are
> > good and some later 2008 ones, but I'm not sure because nobody is
> > telling us.  I've got two of the units and wasn't planning on using them
> > until they worked with mythtv.  Now I've got to figure out how to test
> > them just to see if I've got faulty units. Oh the travails of an early
> > adopter!
> FWIW Mine is 2108 - 10607668
> It does not appear to have the overheating problem. I have been able to 
> capture clips over 1 hour with Windows.
> I'm still waiting for someone with a "bad" unit to measure the power draw, 
> that might be an easy way to tell the god from the bad. Mine draws 8 watts.
> beww
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