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Master Geek


Topic # 73063 8-Dec-2010 10:43
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Hi guys, as above I have a working Windows 7 Media Centre with a Hauppauge Nova-S Plus tuner, and I would like to buy and add a USB DVB-T stick. Is there any gotcha's i need to know about getting the second lot of channels So that I can record two channels at once.

I am assuming that my Satelite EPG will still work ok?

Cheers

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Ultimate Geek


  Reply # 414676 8-Dec-2010 15:19
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Insert USB stick
install drivers.
Reboot
Scan for channels in MC
Add guide listings to channels (from Sat EPG)
Enjoy!




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Master Geek


  Reply # 414683 8-Dec-2010 15:38
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Thanks, I was hoping that it would be that simple

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