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Topic # 57100 3-Feb-2010 00:45
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I need some help been reading lots of threads but cant seem to get things working

DVB-S geniatech card
NDSCam 0.0.0.5 / 7
Jaycar Reader

Problem I have is I cant start NDS Cam or get an ATR I have read some where about a mdapi filter but this sounds like only for media portal all I am after is watching sky from DVBDream application
I have tried almost every combination of NDS settings but still no go
The red light on the jaycar flashes once when I press start ( under nds plugin ) but thats all - By the way I did at one stage have it working on another installation of windows but now thats gone and I cant remember how I did it


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  Reply # 295613 3-Feb-2010 07:17
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What card range do you have? You need to have a 45xx range card for anything to work.



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  Reply # 295644 3-Feb-2010 10:34
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card range is 17xxx but I know it used to work on an old setup

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  Reply # 295658 3-Feb-2010 11:16
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No idea, my understanding was that a 17xx card was a waste of time and a 45xx range was needed to get things working smoothly.


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