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Topic # 59803 12-Apr-2010 22:06
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Hi
I have a subscription with SkyNZ
I want to use Dreambox  Instead of SKY Decoder
Can I?

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  Reply # 317551 12-Apr-2010 22:24
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You can. but want they do is install the sky decoder and then. after they install it. use your dreambox and plug it in. and unplug the sky one out. and keep the sky decoder.




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  Reply # 317554 12-Apr-2010 22:35
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Hi cws82us
Can you explain how in detail?
Now I'm using sky decoder also I brought dreambox from my home
but without any installation


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  Reply # 317564 12-Apr-2010 23:13
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Hardly brain surgery, apply power, connect cables and insert card, maybe you can tell us which details you need.




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  Reply # 317566 12-Apr-2010 23:16
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lnb setting
frequency
ect

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  Reply # 317600 13-Apr-2010 06:19
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http://www.lyngsat.com/optusd1.html

For lnb freq copy setting off Sky decoder or visually identify the lnb, dual throat are 10750 MHz, others 11300.




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  Reply # 319532 16-Apr-2010 22:08
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I try with 10750 MHz, others 11300 and 11800
but I can not get any Chanel!
any help??



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  Reply # 319709 17-Apr-2010 17:46
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I solved the problem
Now I got only free channel work

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  Reply # 319778 17-Apr-2010 21:38
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you need to go to the yellow button and download SCAM. Then it'll probably work.



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  Reply # 319816 18-Apr-2010 02:04
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I try with scam 3.49 but it not work!

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  Reply # 319955 18-Apr-2010 17:12
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maybe it's the type of card you have... some don't work, there's posts on it here.

SCAM 3.52 is the newest I think



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  Reply # 320014 18-Apr-2010 20:10
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I try with SCAM 3.58 but it not work also!

How can I know if my card doesn't work??

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  Reply # 320092 19-Apr-2010 07:31
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am1399: I try with SCAM 3.58 but it not work also!

How can I know if my card doesn't work??


What series number does your card have on the front? 17xx or 45xx? Like PC based solutions I don't think 17xx cards will work in the Dreambox reliably.

CCCam is also a far more reliable option and allows easy connectivity with acamd on a PC if you have a DVB-S tuner.

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  Reply # 320131 19-Apr-2010 09:59
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yes, I just advised to use SCAM cos it should just works. CCcam + NewCS work better, but it's a bit of mucking around to get it working.

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  Reply # 320134 19-Apr-2010 10:06
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allstarnz: yes, I just advised to use SCAM cos it should just works. CCcam + NewCS work better, but it's a bit of mucking around to get it working.


There is no need for NewCS if you're using CCCam



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  Reply # 320452 19-Apr-2010 21:00
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I have 3 number on my card
18****** (8 digit) this number wrote in agreement
NZ17***B
0046********
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Do you thing I download CCCam from dreambox direct ?
and which ver?

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