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Topic # 29128 24-Dec-2008 17:32
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Hi

I decided to replace my Current tv software with DVB Viewer which installs and finds all the Freeview Stations.
The problem is when I try and view any channels I get a error Invaild Pointer

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Is this a common problem or am I doing something wrong.


Cheers Andrew

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  Reply # 186004 24-Dec-2008 17:34
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  Reply # 186008 24-Dec-2008 17:46
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I just tryed changing the rendering and still get the same error ... :(

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  Reply # 186011 24-Dec-2008 18:12
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Im using the Cyberlink h.264 Codec that came with my cards so Im guessing it should work as it works in power cinema

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  Reply # 186014 24-Dec-2008 18:22
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I am only running 3.9.2, I didn't relise 4.0 had been released. Will update and try with the new software



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Updating to 4.0 made it work :D


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  Reply # 186227 27-Dec-2008 00:54
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I thought I should still share how I solved this very same problem, by running C:\Program Files\DVBViewer\Filters\Register_DVBSource.exe
and problem solved.

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