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Topic # 30472 9-Feb-2009 21:58
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I am looking for a cheap effective decoder to view sky. I have sky now and a dish on roof so dish not needed. I have my view master ultra lite from Canada that picks up optusd1 and pulls in the fta channels after adding the satellite, but am unable to view other channels(if you know what I mean). Could someone push me in the right direction for decoder and if I can download files from here to help me in my quest? I have been told to get a dream master from a friend but he doesn't know any more than I which isn't much. Cheers      Pat (fustrated Whakatane immigrant)

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  Reply # 195007 9-Feb-2009 22:30
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Can say in short you won't get an answer to this question as what your asking to do isn't legal and cardshare is against the rules of this forum

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  Reply # 195016 9-Feb-2009 23:00
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dvbn.happysat.org might be able to help you.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 195017 9-Feb-2009 23:11
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