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Topic # 31881 2-Apr-2009 22:16
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haha i just noticed this arvo that my hills hsm0075 box has turned back the clock an hour just two weeks early i know why it has and it's because the firmware is 2yrs old and doesn't take in to count the changes made daylight savings times so where do we get a new firmware from to update the daylight savings change it start and stop dates hills website is attrocious for trying to find out anything for this box

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  Reply # 205032 2-Apr-2009 23:07
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Athlonite: haha i just noticed this arvo that my hills hsm0075 box has turned back the clock an hour just two weeks early i know why it has and it's because the firmware is 2yrs old and doesn't take in to count the changes made daylight savings times so where do we get a new firmware from to update the daylight savings change it start and stop dates hills website is attrocious for trying to find out anything for this box


Is this a freeview certified box or a standard satellite STB?




Generally known online as OpenMedia, now working for Red Hat New Zealand as a Solution Architect for all things Linux, Virtual and of course Cloud. Still playing with MythTV and digital media on the side.

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