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Topic # 84659 4-Jun-2011 17:07
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Hi,

I am sure this is covered before, but I could not quite find a definitive answer.

Can you, with a legitimate sky card from your own myski HDI box, get a DVB tuner of any description, that will let you watch sky on your PC?

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-Al

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  Reply # 477788 4-Jun-2011 17:19
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Yip. Plenty of threads on here discussing this issue in very great detail.



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  Reply # 477922 5-Jun-2011 09:13
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So can you do it?

If so - link?

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-Al

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  Reply # 477931 5-Jun-2011 09:52
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Have a look at the HTPC forum where the first few sticky posts include a few on this topic. A quick search shows there are plenty more as well.



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  Reply # 477959 5-Jun-2011 11:43
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Brilliant - see I never would have thought about the HTPC forum, as I think its more a Sky thing...but there you go.

Got that Cisco IP phone firmware done by the way - bit of a mission.....

-AL

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