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Topic # 123247 30-Jun-2013 17:45
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I have a brand new sat Box, DishTV s7070r freeview satellite box by DishTV.

It lets me into the window that allows me to book recordings but when I try and see what I have booked in the library it says 'Media Not Alive'. How do I fix this?? I'm not sure it is even recording, and I sure can't see anythin in the library to watch, delete etc

Thanks lots  Laughing

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  Reply # 847478 30-Jun-2013 18:56
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It sounds like it can't access the hard drive for some reason. I'd check to make sure you have the latest firmware, and if that doesn't correct it, give Dish TV a call.

http://www.dishtv.co.nz/vmchk/Satellite-Receivers-satBox/82-satBox-S7070r-Freeview-Satellite-Receiver/flypage_web2_lite.tpl.htm

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  Reply # 847481 30-Jun-2013 19:21
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Silly question but ,have you connected a hard drive to it?

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  Reply # 847524 30-Jun-2013 21:48
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that's true isn't it

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  Reply # 847535 30-Jun-2013 22:44
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I've got one of these and I think it's a heap of junk. It continually loses place if I try rewinding a program and jumps to the current time, discarding what has been recorded in the process. I get random reboots and sometimes the output is different shades of green requiring a reboot. Worst piece of machinery I've ever brought, bar none.

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