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Wannabe Geek

# 43563 20-Oct-2009 21:44
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Hi there im a new member on here and have a problem with a YESS DVB-S2600U Freeview decoder.
Heres where it started i pluged it all in as according to the manual and i got a "Bad signal" message come up on the screen, So after some reasearch i learned that i needed to change the LNB setting to 10750.  I did this and still nothing.  So i did some more reasearch and i got some more ideas to try by changeing another couple of setting that apparently worked for other people and still nothing.  I decided to start from scratch (very bad idea) so i clicked on the option in system settings to "restore to factory defult" and now i have lost the Optus D1 sattilite option and also all my NZ TV chanels in my list.
I have no idea what to do from here does anyone know how i can get it back to how it was before?

Any help would be most appreciated. 
Im not completely clueless but am really lost on this one.
Do i need to reinstall the software for this decoder?
If so where can i download it from.
Then if some one could tell me exactly what settings my decoder should be on that would be great.
Im still getting Signal = 98% and Quality = 0%

Well thanks heaps

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Ultimate Geek

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  # 268893 31-Oct-2009 22:10
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Have you tried this topic?
Search for S2600 to find other topics.

Steve Cosgrove
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Wannabe Geek

  # 268991 1-Nov-2009 13:05
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Yip cheers i did as much of a search as i could on this site and the net.  In the end i had to update the software and after doing that it worked fine straight away so all good now
Thanks for your help.

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