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Topic # 43145 18-Oct-2009 17:54
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Well i've successfully installed the 7500 from DSE and have all channels etc working fine.

My only queries, is it possible to add more channels? (I have a VHF aerial and SKY dish and am running through Optus D1 Satellite).

Secondly, the "i" button on my remote doesnt bring up next programme info, though my EPG works fine.

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  Reply # 264880 18-Oct-2009 18:47
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If you check out this the forum post: http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?ForumId=83&TopicId=40511


That will tell you how to add SBS to the unit you now have.


I'm pretty sure that the "i" button on my old unit did bring up the information about the current program, however the unit I had liked to finish doing it's thing with the EPG before letting you do anything further.


Lastly ... a small bugbear - your link to the DSE site includes your session, in the top right hand side of the page is a link designed for copy and pasting...


Cheers,
Wazza

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