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Topic # 32882 26-Apr-2009 12:52
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Hi

I'm using Windows Home Premium(64bit), Cyberlink Powercinema 5.1 and a Hauppauge WinTV-HVR-2200.
I receive the following freeview channels: (all the crap channels :-) )
Maori
Parlement tv
Test channel
Chinese
Reserve 5
Reserve 6
Freeview HD
tvCentral

I do not receive
TV1
TV2
TV3
C4

I used to be able to view all freeview channels untill about a week ago. (I rescanned the channels and since then were not able to view them all)

I also tried using GB-PVR but it also receive only the channels in the first list

Can anyone help me?

cheers,
yoho

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  Reply # 209467 26-Apr-2009 13:23
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What sort of aerial do you have? If you've tried different programs with the same results it's potentially a signal issue.



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  Reply # 209481 26-Apr-2009 14:25
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thanks, it is a good quality UHF aerial, I used to be able to get all channels untill about a week ago.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 209483 26-Apr-2009 14:33
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Where are you? It appears you are only getting the kordia mux. I don't use PowerCinema (had it but uninstalled it). Can you manually enter frequencies/channels to scan?




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  Reply # 209494 26-Apr-2009 15:41
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Hi. I'm in Mt Victoria, Majoribanks street. I cannot find a way to to enter frequencies in Powercinema. It does a a scan and will only dispaly channels it found. (It does show that it receives a strong signal)

I will try another viewer that allows manual scans



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  Reply # 209496 26-Apr-2009 15:43
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In Wellington

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