Strangely my living room box does not do this and I tested the cable in the bedroom and basic cable is working. As of an update yesterday the bedroom NB3 froze and started displaying Cd00. So I changed the box.
Rebooted innumerable times and always ends up at that Cd00. This is a new box which I swapped out today at Rogers Store so obviously the problem isn't the box, but what is it?
It reboots normally, perhaps taking a little longer than the other box but completes it. The clock shows for about a minute then Bingo...Cd00. On the TV the usual red line loading is showing, it completes...and nothing. I can't switch the box on or off or do anything except unplug it once more.
I've spoken at length with Rogers and they seem to think it's a network error but I got the distinct impression that they actually don't know what that code means.
Ideas anyone? I'm out of them and I really don't want to have Rogers visit if I can help it. Because they always expect me to move furniture out of the way and then find the problem is at their end not mine.
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Hi all, try rebooting your NB3s from the service menu instead of pulling the power cord. I have two NB3s. One of them always gets updates normally without any issues and without me having to reboot it. The other NB3 is always problematic. Whenever I reboot it by unplugging the power cord, it never works, even if I do it multiple times. However, if I reboot it from the service menu, it resolves the issue on the first attempt almost every time. I have no idea why since either way of rebooting the box should accomplish exactly the same thing.
Thank you so very much.
I rebooted from the menu and not only did this fix my clock problem, but it also finished downloading the new upgrade.
I am so pleased I do not have to phone support for help now.
Again sincere thanks.
To reboot from the menu; Go to Settings / Troubleshooting / Diagnostics / Reboot the box
Cd00 is not an error code. It indicates that firmware is downloading and is currently at 0% progress.
As the firmware downloads, the display will change to Cd10, Cd50, CdXX where XX is the download progress percentage.