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# 100584 14-Apr-2012 01:06
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Hi I'm having problems I Can’t get any Signal strength or Signal quality setting up TVSource for the first time Ver 4.1.1

Settings I’m using

Diseqc – None
LNB type Ku-Circular
Lof 1- 10750000
Lof 2-n/a
Lof SW n/a
Provider Opus D1 (160)

Card is Hauppauge WinTV-HVR-3300 and working fine with WinTV v7 HD software

Windows 7 64bit

Any help would be appreciated.






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  # 621997 8-May-2012 23:27
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Sorted

uninstalled dvblink TVSource 4.1.1 and installed Mediaportal TV Server.

Mediaportal TV Server Setup was effortless, works great with xbmc pvr and is open source.

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  # 622005 8-May-2012 23:40
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I'm having the same issue with a TBS6984 card and TVSource 4.1.1.
Card works fine directly in WMC.
Problem is I have to use TVSource as we have to use WMC so that the Xbox 360s can be used as extenders.
No option to change to MP here unfortunately which is a shame as that's what I use at home myself.

How did you get XBMC pvr setup with TV Server? Do you have a link to a guide or something that you used?
Is that you posting in the DVBLogic forum with the same issue with the HVR-3300?

 
 
 
 




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  # 622018 9-May-2012 00:10
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Hi CYaBro

How did you get XBMC pvr setup with TV Server? Do you have a link to a guide or something that you used? 

http://wiki.xbmc.org/index.php?title=HOW-TO:Watch_TV_in_XBMC and I used the margro mediaportal guide


Is that you posting in the DVBLogic forum with the same issue with the HVR-3300?

Yep, no response I'm glad I used the 20 day trial period.
I was also looking at the Xbox Media Browser option

I'm now waiting on my raspberry PI

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  # 622186 9-May-2012 13:04
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Just an update on this.

I got the TBS6984 working in the end, after playing around with the LNB settings.

First I removed all 4 tuner devices, in TVSource, and added them again.
Then I had to use KU Universal with LOF1 of 10750000 and LOF2 of 10750000 and LOF SW of 12800000.
Nothing else would work.
I modified the Optus D1 1600.ini file to suite Freeview and Sky and all channels working great now.



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  # 622386 9-May-2012 17:42
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Cheers for the update, it great too know dvblink TVSource was sending others insane.

 

Now I’ve got my DVB-S card working , I’ve been reading your posts regarding HTPC’s and Sky tv with interest. (I should have brought the TBS6984 like yours)

I’ve got a Smargo reader so all I need is a blue card, looks like a good time to upgrade sky.

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