Troubleshooting steps to follow, like a checklist
- If you can't watch the network at their Live streaming website, nothing Channels can do. Like nbc.com/live or check availability buttons at Channels Support - TV Everywhere Availability for your Provider
- Make sure your package or container (if running in one) is up to date.
- Update to the latest DVR prerelease version see this article for how
- Run troubleshooting from the DVR web UI Support>Troubleshooting and make sure all green checkmarks. (If it says Chrome corrupted or not up to date it should offer a green fix button to press.)
- Make sure your chrome or headless chrome is up to date. (Current included version is 97)
- Close all browser windows and open a new private/incognito browser window to access your dvr (Some users had to access the DVR web UI remotely or using secure HTTPS to add a source)
- Open a second tab in the same browser window and login to nbc.com/live, dismiss any popups/notifications your provider may display on login.
- If adding a TVE source, click and HOLD the Login button.
- Before rescanning individual channels, use Update Password under the gear dropdown next to your source in the DVR web UI and just key in your existing Provider password to clear the chromedata folder (which is only used for Spectrum and Xfinity per this post)
- Individually rescan channels with issues using Rescan Channels under the gear dropdown next to your source in the DVR web UI.
- Reboot your server or restart your package or container if running in one.
- Remove and re-add your source, then individually rescan any channels with issues.
If all the above fails, submit DVR diagnostics from the DVR web UI Support>Troubleshooting.
More tips in the following posts