So did mine and now the box is even slower than before.
When you go to play something from recorded items it takes ages to register the remote control instructions and i have tried it with two different remotes and its the box.
Whatever the upgrade (enhanced) i dont think it had enough black box testing - what it is with companies these days and their so called testing before rolling out upgrades - its almost as bad as Microsoft - I think i am going to cancel my Tivo anyway and just use my Talktalk box i bought off ebay for £15 as i actually have more channels with it than I do on VIrgin (M) Tariff - ie all the CBS Channels , Men and Movies , Horror Channel etc
Virgin is only good for broadband and mobile these days!
Actually you are correct it updated a month or so ago and the box got slower - updated again last week - with every update it does seem to get slower but its got to the stage now that its quite annoying and i thought the slow talktalk recorded items selection was slow until now!
There is actually a simple fix for the slowness of remote responding and this will get technical - your Tivo programmers need to put the infra-red response subroutine on an irq redirect / event (similar to how an NMI responds) rather than just using a looping subroutine within the main code which is the current way the program works! Some of the Tivo code is quite inventive but some of it is downeright sloppy - i can only presume this i where it was modified after the event by virgins instructions or in-house programmers to work with the Cisco IOS!
That and the fact the box is out of date - The current Tivo Cisco hardware 8620DVB only has 512mb onboard ram to run its program and cache all its data - thats less than a modern Smartphone lol
Luxury, 1st commercial program I had to write was for a 6800 variation with built in 1K ram and 1K eprom, it had to run the traffic lights in Norway. coding was done by hand and on a Ferranti Pegasus to burn the Eprom.
Nice one dmac i remember going under 1k with the ZX80 but nothing commercial just adventure games in machine code! I also remember the days of having to write floating point maths on a non floating point cpu and 8-bits - wire frame graphics like David Braben used in elite - now that was one helluva programmer way beyond my maths and abilities in machine code!