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Topic # 30021 27-Jan-2009 08:32
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Hi,

I cant seem to get my BGT3540 to view DVB-S after a reboot. Ive tried connecting both DVB-S connectors to power pass on my splitter but I still get no signal.

The only way is to view a immage thru my twinhan AD-SE200 with power pass then the BGT3540 fires into life.

I have the internal power connector connected.
What do the different indicator lights on the board mean?


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Carl


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  Reply # 192357 27-Jan-2009 19:16
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Not sure if this helps but - with my VMC build I only got this card tuned and working once I figured out that you have to tune it using one of the DVB-S inputs but play it through the other input.At best it is now intermittent but mostly has issues with stuttering  pixilation and is not really that usable. – 64 bit Vista, BGT 3540 and ATI Radeon 4850. Would be interested in if / how you get it working.

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