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Topic # 55260 27-Dec-2009 13:50
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Hi everyone. Just bought the JCMatthew DVB-TB01JCM. Went to their site to get the firmware update that lets you PVR and can't find it.
Am I just dense or has it gone?

Can anyone help me find it or email it to me?

(cameragod(at)gmail(dot)com)

Thanks.

 

 

 

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  Reply # 285867 29-Dec-2009 17:20
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Lots of views no replies. Any Ideas at all???

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  Reply # 285868 29-Dec-2009 17:28
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Call JCMatthew on their 0800, otherwise all I could find was http://jcmatthew.com/support/download.html

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Master Geek


  Reply # 285881 29-Dec-2009 18:23
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It's gone dude, I was looking a week ago in case there were updtes to fix some of the issues.
ALL links have been pulled, including from the FreeviewShop support site.

Seems that they finally decided to quit working on the PVR functions given all the other issues they have with the unit. Making the firmware unavailable at least tops the problems spreading.

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  Reply # 285883 29-Dec-2009 18:26
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I have the firmware dated "0609" (Jun 2009?) with PVR function, does anyone have a place to host it for downloading??

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  Reply # 285889 29-Dec-2009 18:38
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Is that not what I just linked you to?

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  Reply # 285903 29-Dec-2009 19:19
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rscole, I wish it was. The JCMatthew site doesn't have the firmware for the -TB01 unit. The -TB02 seems to be the USB dongle version, which is why there's only a driver download.



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  Reply # 285911 29-Dec-2009 20:07
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drjay: I have the firmware dated "0609" (Jun 2009?) with PVR function, does anyone have a place to host it for downloading??


How big is it?

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  Reply # 285913 29-Dec-2009 20:11
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2 files, 7MB total

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  Reply # 285915 29-Dec-2009 20:24
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4.2M zipped :-)

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  Reply # 285917 29-Dec-2009 20:30
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What are you guys smoking?!

The JCMathews site has the firmware on it. rscole86 linked to it above, I've just downloaded both the 200609 firmware and the reload file to test them. They're both on the site with the instructions, I wouldn't have thought there was a need to host them elsewhere.


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  Reply # 285921 29-Dec-2009 20:38
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Insane lol, I'd swear that wasn't there before ;)



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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 285942 29-Dec-2009 22:20
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Thanks guys. It literally must have gone back up today... or I'm going mad... madder. :)

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  Reply # 286022 30-Dec-2009 10:33
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No you are quite correct.

The .co.nz mirror removed all traces of it. No NZ support now it seems.

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  Reply # 286028 30-Dec-2009 11:00
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Cameragod, do you have what you need now or should I email it to you?



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  Reply # 286062 30-Dec-2009 13:42
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Got it now thanks everyone. The HHD I have hooked up is the wrong speed so I need to buy a new one... any tips?

Thanks again.

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