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    Default Noob lost in forum...need help

    I have a technomate TM-1000 D & TM-1000 D 'Super' both of these receivers have only 5 channels showing on my TV Cabo. I have searched the net for keys and softcams which i dont understand how to use them or input them manually.

    Some sites say that TV Cabo is down i dont know how reliable that info is...what i would like to ask is for someone to direct me in the right direction of which patches i need, the correct keys so i can instal it through my PC or even how to manually input keys and anything else i need to know..

    Im a complete noob so PLZ be patient if i seem not to understand the terminology used or how to do certain tasks..

    PLZ contact me at [email protected]

    take care Pirate_Hunter

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    see as it has a good line up of tips and softwares for your boxes. Cabo is down as of the moment, only D+ has been back up. so wait a few more days for the emu soft to be released. good luck.
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