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Des



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Topic # 66097 12-Aug-2010 09:16
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Hi there,

I've got 2 instances of DVBViewer running with a dual DVB-S/S2 tuner card, and all relevant channels scanned and loaded in.  I've also got (a trial version of) DVBLink streaming both DVBViewer instances into W7 MC.  They're all coming through with pretty much full EPG data.  Beautiful.

I have a standard Jaycar Card Reader built (no mods) and connected via RS323 cable to the COM port on my motherboard.  I have ACam 0.6.18 downloaded and loaded into both DVBViewer instances.  And I have NewCS 1.65 downloaded.  And I have a 45xx MySky card!

But at this point I'm stuck, and really need some help getting the card reader side of things setup, configured and running.  I've played quite a bit with the NewCS configuration, but I have no idea what it should look like when it's working, or what tells me why it isn't.

If someone could give me a hand with this, it would be HUGELY appreciated!

Thanks heaps.

...Also, DVBLink isn't supporting DVBViewer anymore...they want me to try using TVSource.  Does anyone know much about it?  I'm reluctant, given I've already purchased DVBViewer.
...and also, I hear OSCam is a good alternative to NewCS...but I don't even know how to install it.  Does it require linux emulation or something?

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Des



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  Reply # 366637 12-Aug-2010 09:24
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Sorry, ACam 0.6.0.3...

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  Reply # 366673 12-Aug-2010 10:41
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Have a read of the post I just chucked up...

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