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Master Geek


Topic # 87831 8-Aug-2011 14:33
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Hi,

I've got an old sky dish (60cm..?) and have added a quad lnb to it:

http://www.freeviewshop.co.nz/zenus-quad-output-10750-band-p-663.html

At the moment I have 2 RG6 cables running from the lnb directly into a quad dvb-s2 card in my htpc. This is the card:

http://www.tbsdtv.com/english/product/6984.html

I've gone through the wmc7 tv setup and scanned for D1 using custom single @ 10750. At this point the signal bar is green and 80% full. It picks up the freeview channels no problem, but when I go to watch any of them, no picture or audio shows.

If I then go into DVB Viewer pro and scan it picks up the freeview channels and I can watch them fine...

So I'm very confused as to why media center has a good signal and picks up the channels, but won't show them.

My ultimate plan is to get a larger dish and tune into sbs, nine, gem and go (if they are still around) to compliment the freeview HD I am getting with a dvb-t card, but not being able to get basic freeview in media center is a hurdle I didn't expect.

Many thanks in advance for the help.

Shane 

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225 posts

Master Geek


  Reply # 505046 11-Aug-2011 15:33
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Anyone...?

I must be really missing something simple...

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