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    Default Discovery on Hotbird 13 anyone ?


    Can someone point me to the SECA key for
    Discovery on Hotbird 13 10717 / 17500 / V

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    there no discovery on hotbird only on original card

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    All I know is my scan picks it up and lists it as my previous post ?

    good signal no picture and say's it SECA....


    Know where I can get discovery in english ? right now I am pointing to Hotbird, amos and sirius2_3

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    on astra 19, D+ package

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    Any keys - I'm a newby, any help would be appr.....

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    Ok,
    I found two Discovery channels on ASTRA 1B

    11038 / 22000 /V SECA
    12581 / 22000/ V Viaaccess / S

    I need help on getting the keys and entering them on the right one. can you help ?

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    can you tell me what's the brand of your receiver

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    It's called a Globo 6000, I have access to the code edit thru the 9339 code, it shows most major encrytions ...

    It also can run the Star Track 550D and Fremman software,

    Here is a link

    http://www.avfrontier.com/828.htm

    Thanks for any help, I also have a post asking for recommedations on a new reciever, have any ?

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    here is the key
    D+

    Astra,Hispasat
    id:4101
    8101

    rsa key: B1: D91FB482F54C4535621D845F7EC4AB4DC9309DED26B5403084 8EB63968977
    529FE8FF18613276171E57BDA8A47AC993703CCE2A1CB07199 8ECCB327EF63CCEA7
    exp: E1: 03
    key: 00: F1 E7 7B 50 C1 79 D7 70 47 F1 D4 5E EB D1 E4 F9

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    @Dreamboy,

    I really don't know what all that means and how to get it entered, if it was just the key: 00: F1 E7 7B 50 C1 79 D7 70 47 F1 D4 5E EB D1 E4 F9

    I could handle it, but I don't know what to do with the rest of it, what encryption is this ?

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    nagravision

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    OK, I will try to figure it out, did you have any recommendation on a reciever, with all the goodies ?

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    i think D+ is on N2? if it is, then you have to search for patch that has D+ N2 emu on it, otherwise, no amount of key encoding will help you if the emu itself is not on the software. best of luck (how i wish we can get Astra here in kuwait too).
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    OK,
    Well, In Nagravision on my set it lists it as just Digital + and only shows

    Name,
    Provider ID
    and two keys
    00
    01

    Same wit the BISS code edit, does not show a index, just keys
    00

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    Anyone know where I can get the software ?

 

 

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