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Topic # 85701 23-Jun-2011 19:24
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Well, Ive bitten the bullet and gonna have a crack at getting sky up and running thru the HTPC via a card reader (legally of course)


However, having a play with DVBLink and TV source and I just cannot get any channels in tvsource. I have the LNB settings correct, but signal strength and qualit are zilch. Same settings in MC and I can pick up all channels off D1.
I have Server installed, rebooted, installed source, rebooted. Read the how to docs and how tos on about 5 different sites, and it should come up. But on Optus D1 - nothing. 
What have I missed?    




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  Reply # 485235 23-Jun-2011 22:27
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Have you got the correct headend settings for your LNB (I had this same issue)
I ended up with:
Diseqc = None;
LNB Type = KU-Linear (Universal);
LOF1 = 10750000;
LOF2 = 10750000;
LOF SW = N/A;
Provider = Optus D1 (160);


Also it may pay to check your 1600.ini as well

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  Reply # 485593 24-Jun-2011 20:02
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Yep, that's the settings i have for my LNB.
Below is the 1600.ini file - looks ok to me. Still no signal.
[SATTYPE]
1=1600
2=Optus D1

[DVB]
0=13
1=12331,H,22500,23,DVB-S2
2=12358,H,22500,23,DVB-S2
3=12483,H,22500,34
4=12456,H,22500,34
5=12421,H,22500,34
6=12519,H,22500,34
7=12546,H,22500,34
8=12581,H,22500,34
9=12608,H,22500,34
10=12644,H,22500,34
11=12671,H,22500,34
12=12707,H,22500,34
13=12647,V,12600,13




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