So far I don't notice any major speed differences in the interface, but I am happy with the extra space. There is a manual update? Originally Posted by Jeffs386 try hooking the box up with component cables. Locked into a bad situation I guess. I imagine they will fix with an update though. Brighthouse has been essentially useless. So basically just leave the cable box on and turn off your tv best solution because it doesn't really turn off anyways. Or has someone found a work-around? I'm going to try to bypass my receiver tonight to see if I can get it to work at all, then start adding components to the pipeline to see if I can identify the issue.
I have to go in manually and reset it to 1080i. Originally Posted by GatorWorm Smoof15 is dead on with this one. One thing i could say for you guys is to leave your cable box on. Originally Posted by steve1022 The issue i'm having though I didn't have with the 8300hdc 4:3 guide. The cable box is constantly taking updates as far as the tv guide, software upgrades and flashes which tells the cable box what channels it is supposed to be broadcasting and making sure that you have not altered the internal card to recieve additional channel frequiencies that are not being paid for. The platform provides faster processing of applications while also supporting bandwidth management objectives.
To check your firmware version; while watching a channel just hold the Select button down on the remote for about 10 seconds until you see a flashing icon on the unit's display, then press the down button. I'm curious to see if anyone gets this resolved. Originally Posted by Ratman Keep everyone up to date as to how that works out. Not liking this at all. I hope so anyway, I hate the 4:3 guide.
I would hate to go back to the 8300. It just seems wierd to me and if left that way for extremly long period of time could cause some sort of screen damage I expect. But it probably won't hurt anything, either, so if you have time to kill, go for it and see what happens. So I have it here now. The cable box is going to actually use the same amount of power if it is on or off the only thing that is doing when you hit the power button is turning off the input. Can't say I'm really surprised to be punted back and forth. Advertisement Print version Many people prefer to read the documents not on the screen, but in the printed version.
I do not have the resolution problems some of you are having. I hope so anyway, I hate the 4:3 guide. Unplug all electronic devices before connecting or disconnecting any device cables to the set-top. On the outside sidebars you can still see the show that is paused. Their proposed solution seems to be a box swap for everything.
The option to print the manual has also been provided, and you can use it by clicking the link above - Print the manual. On the outside sidebars you can still see the show that is paused. Has anyone else observed this behavior, the buffer functionality or lack of and resolution switching? Pete Fl Brighthouse to no avail. It appears to be an hdmi bug. Can you still hear the hard drive when it is off? There is a manual update? Can't say I'm really surprised to be punted back and forth. I will try setting the resolution to auto to see how that affects the resolution output. Originally Posted by Netbookjunkie Thought the updates are automatic.
This exists up to the current firmware version 3. I'll update if it makes a difference. Brighthouse has been essentially useless. If we're really lucky, it will also fix the remote lag. Thought the updates are automatic.
If you want to quickly view the content of pages found on the following pages of the manual, you can use them. Summary of the content on the page No. If we're really lucky, it will also fix the remote lag. I was just wondering if anyone else had the problem. You will see Diag on the display for a few seconds then the diag screen will pop up over the show you're watching.