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Topic # 89406 1-Sep-2011 17:59
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Greetings

In an attempt to get Feeview Satelite service I've just installed a Hauppauge WinTV-HVR-4400 card

It seems to work ok for exisiting analog TV reception

But  when I autotune it for DVB-S it doesnt find the freeview channels.

It does find lots of encrypted channels, and a few foriegn language channels - but no freeview

I'm looking at Optus D1.

I've got LoF set  at 10750, which seems right for my dish

So what am I missing?

Any suggestions gratefully received

Thankx

Jim



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  Reply # 515250 1-Sep-2011 18:34
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What software are you using do watch TV?

It may be that the Freeview transponders aren't being scanned.
You might need to add and scan them manually.
They are 12456 & 12483.




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  Reply # 515255 1-Sep-2011 18:40
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jim.cox: Greetings

In an attempt to get Feeview Satelite service I've just installed a Hauppauge WinTV-HVR-4400 card

It seems to work ok for exisiting analog TV reception

But  when I autotune it for DVB-S it doesnt find the freeview channels.

It does find lots of encrypted channels, and a few foriegn language channels - but no freeview

I'm looking at Optus D1.

I've got LoF set  at 10750, which seems right for my dish

So what am I missing?

Any suggestions gratefully received

Thankx

Jim





 foriegn language channels are on Optus D2




 

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 515260 1-Sep-2011 18:47
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What software?



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  Reply # 515285 1-Sep-2011 19:23
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B1GGLZ: What software?


Using the WinTV that came with the card

(Also trying the latest version from the Hauppauge website)



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  Reply # 515293 1-Sep-2011 19:47
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injuised:

 foriegn language channels are on Optus D2


Looks like that may be the answer

The list of stations I get matches the D2 list pretty well

Looks like the dish is pointed at the wrong sat :(




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  Reply # 515297 1-Sep-2011 19:51
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As injuised said, you may be looking at the wrong satellite. No foreign language on D1 but plenty on D2.
Try googling Optus D1 and Optus D2 you'll see what I mean.

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  Reply # 515303 1-Sep-2011 20:01
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I had a similar problem with my HVR-4400, I used exactly the same settings as used for my HVR-3000, but for some strange reason that where I went wrong, I spent quite some time making changes to the LNB settings and eventually it found all the channels.

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