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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 24274 19-Jul-2008 18:49
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Just purchased DVBviewer after using mediaportal for a while, it seems a bit too unstable for me, I've been in the nztivo scene for a number of years so am used to stability.

Just following the DVBViewer guide here http://www.geekzone.co.nz/Fossie/4566
and when it comes to scanning the frequencies it doesn't find any channels. Scan finishes in 5 seconds.  Pic below.

If I restart the mediaportal TV Server service and scan if finds the channels fine.  So it's not my aerial.  Any ideas?
Im running Vista Ultimate with the Nova T 500 card. running on a Intel Q9300 Quad 2.5Ghz






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  Reply # 149564 20-Jul-2008 00:37
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Got it working, couple of reinstalls later..




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  Reply # 149567 20-Jul-2008 00:56
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I find it easier to just do the frequencies manually and click scan frequency. It is a lot faster.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 149576 20-Jul-2008 07:10
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I had the same problem. Leaving the start and end freq on default worked for me. Didnt seem to want to work entering the range from Fossie's guide.

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