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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 584752 21-Feb-2012 19:25
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Hi, There are a few options going lower in number etc from HD 1080i until you get to Native.
Some of the lower settings below 700 down to Native are not supported.

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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 584754 21-Feb-2012 19:27
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Hi, There are a few options going lower in number etc from HD 1080i until you get to Native.
Some of the lower settings below 700 down to Native are not supported.

 
 
 
 


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Wannabe Geek


Reply # 584797 21-Feb-2012 20:36
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Hi,
I was a little out re my reply.

1080i 50 supported
720p 50 supported
576i 50 supported
576ip 50 not supported
1080p 50 not supported
Native not supported

Mike

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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 718176 16-Nov-2012 11:17
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I too, have experienced 'lockups' and every other possible 'cockup' since buying the S7090PVR.  Have contacted DishTv who suggest all the problems are "signal related".  Of course my 'professional" installer claims his work is OK and that all problems are DishTv technical issues.   Have tried 'reboots', 'factory defaults', Over The Air firmware upgrades.  Nothing seems gto last more than a couple of days before problems recurr.
Signal strength & quality fluctuates slightly around 86 - 88%.
I would like to manually download the latest firmware upgrade to avoid the suggestion that the signal strength/quality cant handle an OTA upgrade, but can't find any reference on DishTv website!
Can anyone tell me how to access the firmware update from DisTV website?  (plain english please for this non-geek)

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  Reply # 718806 17-Nov-2012 16:39
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Sure, go to this webpage by clicking on the link:

http://www.dishtv.co.nz/vmchk/Satellite-Receivers-satBox/11-satBox-Ultra-S7090PVR-Freeview-Satellite-DTR/flypage_web2_lite.tpl.htm


Then go to the bottom of the page and click on "Download Here" with your USB drive already inserted.

Follow the instructions and you are ready to upload to the S7090

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Reply # 718813 17-Nov-2012 16:53
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Go to Dishtv.co.nz   (for updating to latest firmware for S7090PVR)
  • click on product  7090PVR wait for page to open
  • click on More info
  • go down to the bottom of the Description page is the latest firmware installer v1.4e
  • follow the instructions that are downloaded onto your pen drive -  print them out if necessary
  •  NOTE you will need a pen drive to take the downloaded file to the dish unite

Hope this works for you..   signal strength is a little low should be over 90 - 95% for best results

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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 718821 17-Nov-2012 17:09
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IansOne: Go to Dishtv.co.nz   (for updating to latest firmware for S7090PVR)
  • click on product  7090PVR wait for page to open
  • click on More info
  • go down to the bottom of the Description page is the latest firmware installer v1.4e
  • follow the instructions that are downloaded onto your pen drive -  print them out if necessary
  •  NOTE you will need a pen drive to take the downloaded file to the dish unite

Hope this works for you..   signal strength is a little low should be over 90 - 95% for best results


Many thanks for the info. and comment re signal strength. The download has no identity; I assume it's the latest?

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