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    dear mate i have a matrix mrv 225 stored in my pc but when i load it to my stb an error( rom image) is displayed and downloading is not successsful. is there any suggestion about this matter?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fsales
    dear mate i have a matrix mrv 225 stored in my pc but when i load it to my stb an error( rom image) is displayed and downloading is not successsful. is there any suggestion about this matter?
    are you sure that is the software for your matrixreloaded STB? that is for the CAM, not your STB.
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    Default Re: help me how to load matrix software

    Quote Originally Posted by fsales
    dear mate i have a matrix mrv 225 stored in my pc but when i load it to my stb an error( rom image) is displayed and downloading is not successsful. is there any suggestion about this matter?
    The s/w stored in your PC is for CAM not for STB as boknoy pointed out.
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    Default Re: help me how to load matrix software

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    Quote Originally Posted by fsales
    dear mate i have a matrix mrv 225 stored in my pc but when i load it to my stb an error( rom image) is displayed and downloading is not successsful. is there any suggestion about this matter?
    The s/w stored in your PC is for CAM not for STB as boknoy pointed out.
    it is the cam stored in my pc and i want it to load to my stb so that i can watch encrypted signal especially dream tv

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    MR embedded is different. you have to refer to your original software guides on how to load and properly configure your MR embedded. btw, there is no au software for MR. you should use funcard with au files on it. chances are, you don't even need to update your MR firmware, just put in the funcard and hope you will be good to go.
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