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Can you undelete??

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Here's the deal. I watched a show my wife really wanted to watch. Their was a really funny part at the end so I replayed the last few minutes to see it again....then when I exited out of the program in a hurry and I deleted it from the DVR. Can I get it back. Does this thing have a recycle bin?? somewhere?? maybe?? 
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Too bad.  No "undelete."  TiVo has that feature, but not Comcast.



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I don't think there is an undelete function on any of the DVR boxes.

 

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Too bad.  No "undelete."  TiVo has that feature, but not Comcast.



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This would be something GuideDog could add to wish list.

 

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I need to know also!!!! Please. It's an emergency! I totally on accident deleted it, I'm so angry with myself, but I need to find out how to recover it. It's just our stupid box too, when we record something, and we try to fast foward through commercials it always goes live, or back to the begginning, it's frustrating; so we have to press the buttons very slowly and at the right angle, so I pressed it fast and then realized what I did, and then thought, "No, I pressed it fast it didn't delete," and BAM! It deleted.  Please help!
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The answer is still the same -- no undelete.



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Somebody should invent that Cause I did the same thing and now I feel bad because somebody else wanted to watch it