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Wannabe Geek


Topic # 48545 15-Nov-2009 22:11
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Hi there,
Im a new member to Geek zone but ive been reading the forums for a few months now so thanks too all who have posted such great advice.

Im having problems with freeview I get a picture but any wind at all and the picture becomes un watchable and have run the tool recomended on here called ScanChannelsBDA.exe and got these results. (note this is just a small sample i ran the test for quite some time with similar results.

# locking 674000, 8
# signal locked = N present = N strength = -8000 quality = 0
# signal locked = N present = N strength = -8000 quality = 0
# signal locked = N present = N strength = -8000 quality = 0
# signal locked = N present = N strength = 12000 quality = 0
# signal locked = N present = N strength = -10000 quality = 0
# signal locked = N present = N strength = 10000 quality = 0
# signal locked = N present = N strength = -8000 quality = 0
# signal locked = N present = N strength = -8000 quality = 0
# signal locked = N present = N strength = -10000 quality = 0
# signal locked = N present = N strength = -10000 quality = 0

I notice the strength is all over the place and the quality is 0 how can i have a picture with quality 0 and does this mean my aerial is pointing in the wrong direction?
Thanks in advance.

Cameron

PC is
Asus G31 MB with Intel Pentium Dual Core 2.6Ghz and 4GB Ram
Haupauge hvr1200 pcie DVB-T
ATI Radion 4350 512mb

Aerial
Medium Gain UHF aerial multiplexed with a VHF aerial

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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 273325 15-Nov-2009 22:13
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I forgot to say im using Windows 7 and media center :)

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