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Topic # 85020 11-Jun-2011 16:31
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Was playing around in the service menu of my Tv ,which deleted the ch info.
Rescanned , now I have placeholders for TVNZ Sp extra  , Demo,Dolby D 5.1 demo,One digtal,
Ten digital and a few others.
Any idea  ?
Steven Ellis are you there ?

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  Reply # 480118 11-Jun-2011 18:21
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Oooo - interesting! Smile

Whereabouts in the country are you? Would I be correct to assume these placeholders are on the TVNZ mux?

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  Reply # 480125 11-Jun-2011 18:36
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Odd. Likewise where are you based.

On Waiatarua (Auckland) we have placeholders for two new Rotorua channels on the Kordia Multiplex but nothing else.

Might be worth re-running your scan and seeing what pops up.




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  Reply # 480343 12-Jun-2011 15:58
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I had a whole lot of extras show up on the laptop once a while back when doing another rescan because I had moved, Didnt pay much attention to it and reception was so bad where I was that nothing worked.




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  Reply # 480373 12-Jun-2011 17:55
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I'm in the Manawatu. I found the new channels in the SDT, NIT and EIT (EPG) tables, but there is no info in the PMT yet. No hidden testing streams that I can see here...



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  Reply # 480374 12-Jun-2011 18:00
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https://cdn.geekzone.co.nz/imagessubs/blog1f6a63ab47c5eb494c7cf6a5bf638142.jpg

Nothing there on the speccy now.
Here is the list of extras

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  Reply # 480399 12-Jun-2011 19:15
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Hmm, I only see the 2 Rotorua channels, not the other Dolby and Demo channels...



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  Reply # 480406 12-Jun-2011 19:30
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Sorry , forgot
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  Reply # 480434 12-Jun-2011 21:12
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Looks like the TV had defaulted to some OZ channels.




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