Hi, I recently retrieved the PVR 9200 that I bought for my Mother many years ago - she no longer needs it and I would like to use it. I already have an identical box here (I bought two so I could support her use of it over the phone - button by button with an identical remote). Her one still has a 2007 version of the software which is significantly worse than the current (1.00.23 @ 2010) version I have. The reason for the difference is that like many people of her generation she always insisted on unplugging EVERYTHING before going to bed - so the box had no opportunity to update OTA. 1.00.23 @ 2010 is no longer available from Humax - their website is atrocious - will not recognise 9200T at all - and their reply to my query was quite curt - FU would have been slightly more terse AND a much better representation of their respect for their users. I expect someone on this forum could provide a copy BUT.... RS232 is probably my least favourite technology of all time - I'd be much happier knapping a flint knife if it would help. On the other hand my experience with humaxrw suggests that copying disk-to-disk would be much more straightforward. Probably take less time to set up and be finished copying by dinnertime. The fly in the ointment is the age of the box - I recall that in that era EEPROMs were widely used - so now I'm not confident any more... Would a whole-disk copy carry the software over or not? Thanks.