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    Default progdvb crashs when changing channels,please help me.


    hello all i have skystar 2 pci with progdvb and when i change the channel it crashs. i tried more than version of progdvb also removed all the plugins, tried other drivers and nothing works this is really kiling me. i even tried to use other software like dreamdvb it works fine but i cant get it to work with 2 LNB only hotbird LNB works but i cant get astra to work? so an help would be great .
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    Quote Originally Posted by mimoawi View Post
    hello all i have skystar 2 pci with progdvb and when i change the channel it crashs. i tried more than version of progdvb also removed all the plugins, tried other drivers and nothing works this is really kiling me. i even tried to use other software like dreamdvb it works fine but i cant get it to work with 2 LNB only hotbird LNB works but i cant get astra to work? so an help would be great .
    thanks
    What version of Windows are you using. And what about Video Codecs. Which MPEG 2 Decoder do u have installed in your setup.

    Download and install the Driver 4.4.0 it is best and stable for winxp.

    What DiseQc switch do u use. 2 Port (mini) or 4 Port.
    Depending on your Diseq do this.
    in dvb dream
    01. Click Options
    02. click Diseqc
    03. From the 'Diseqc switch type" select the diseq that you have.
    04. Click on the port and add satellite.
    05. Do the same for the other ports.

 

 

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