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Topic # 189513 2-Jan-2016 18:31
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I had Kodi with NextPVR setup on my PC. I am using DVB-S Tuner (Hauppause HVR-3000)

Everything was working fine, until last night it stopped working.

Now I am getting this error, every time I select a new channel. 





I am using Kodi 15.2 and Next PVR 3.6.6

I am getting a black screen on NextPVR as well, when I tried to run to see if it works there.

I have re-installed both Kodi and NPVR numerous times, but no luck.

I am also getting this message in my action centre



and I have updated the drivers too but the message is still there...

Not sure what else i can do to fix this issue. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks SB

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  Reply # 1464879 7-Jan-2016 09:14
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  Reply # 1464915 7-Jan-2016 09:55
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can you watch tv through nextpvr itself?

also you're way bettter off asking on forums.nextpvr.com, sub will likely help you (the developer) or someone else.  theyre usually pretty quick there.





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  Reply # 1464952 7-Jan-2016 10:29
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No, I can't. I get black screen.

I think it's the TV tuner issue. The weird thing is that it was working until I accidentally pushed the seek back button (I think), whilst I was watching Live TV

I'll try their forum too. Thanks

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  Reply # 1464966 7-Jan-2016 10:38
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I had this problem with a Windows box and HVR3000 tuner.

If reinstalling the drivers fails you can physically remove the card and re-seat it in the PCIe slot (I would take it out and put it back in a few times- seems the contacts might touch better after doing this).

If that fails you can also totally uninstall the card including drivers and reinstall it (then Windows would install/find the new drivers- again not sure what Ubuntu would do, it's a few years since I used it). 

I also had success once doing a roll-back to last restore point with a different Hauppauge tuner- but that was also on a Windows box, so not sure how you would go with Unbuntu




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  Reply # 1464993 7-Jan-2016 10:59
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Ok, I might try a full uninstall and re-install.

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