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# 39893 20-Aug-2009 19:39
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Im hoping someone can tell me how to reprogram my Topfield. Under "factory settings" someone pushed  "reset all data". Now we have lost everything!!
I have done much googling and button pushing but are getting nowhere. My first stumbling block is the only optus satellite available on the list is Optus B3. Does this mean I need to update firmware to get other satellites on the Topfield or can I manually install Optus D1? Maybe I should just go and buy a new decoder.

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  # 249300 21-Aug-2009 08:50
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Hi Guy, You will need to manually install D1, you may find it easier to take it to a tech who can do it rather than try and explain it all here.

Cyril

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  # 249737 22-Aug-2009 22:19
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Thanks Cyril, I found the info I needed on www.satnax.co.nz and it worked. Got all channels including prime!!

 
 
 
 


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  # 256436 17-Sep-2009 11:36
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Hey not sure what happened when you googled but usually you can find all the info you need to reload your channels on the Topfield website http://www.topfield-newzealand.co.nz/

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