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Topic # 193780 23-Mar-2016 23:03
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Hi.

 

I have tried scanning for new channels on the DVB-T (Terrestrial tuner) on Win7 Media centre but can't get Duke to show up. I had TVNZ Pop up which is still listed but doesn't show anything.

 

I have Duke on the DVB-S (satellite) tuner OK, just not the terrestrial one. Any ideas short of deleting and retuning from scratch? which I really don't want to do as I have 3 DVB-T tuners grouped and the DVB-T channels guide data linked to the DVB-S guide info. 

 

The TVNZ pop channel info is showing in Media centre as 578Mhz, Locator info 8746:27:1204

 

 

 

I believe the PID has changed to 1205, How do I get the ID to update to 1205? "Scan for more channels" doesn't do it.

 

 

 

Regards Allen


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  Reply # 1518756 24-Mar-2016 00:04
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Quick question, what's the dvbs transponder for Duke?




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  Reply # 1519064 24-Mar-2016 13:48
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I was going to have a go at this over the weekend - I'll let you know how I go.

I also want to try getting Prime, Maori and Choice from a different mux, as I have the issue with them freezing when wanting to skip forward or backward.




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  Reply # 1519283 24-Mar-2016 20:30
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CYaBro: Quick question, what's the dvbs transponder for Duke?

 

 

 

the same transponder as TVNZ popup was on 12483 H,  SR 22500,  PID 1903 I think


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  Reply # 1519284 24-Mar-2016 20:33
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AllenG:

 

CYaBro: Quick question, what's the dvbs transponder for Duke?

 

 

 

the same transponder as TVNZ popup was on 12483 H,  SR 22500,  PID 1903 I think

 

 

 

 

VPID: 520 APID: 658. PCR; 520





 

 

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