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  1. #1
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    Red face SK* UK under Dreambox 600 PVR

    Hi! I just bought an Dreambox 600 PVR, and thinking about buying a legal SKY card, somehow because I live outside the UK, getting It wont be difficult I think, I have some webs and some friends (Freeview or sky, I haven't still worked it out), because I want to be able to watch Channel 4 and Five (and maybe Sky 3 etc...)

    If I did It, would I need and "official" Skybox to keep up to date the cards? I think I red smt about it in the past...

    Would I be able to use these cards with the Dreambox "Patched" with Gemini and CCcam or any other Firm/Softcam needed?

    Thanks for your help, I have red a lot about the subject, in many forums but still not sure about it, just want to read some clear post about the matter.

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    to get a sky card you have to order it through a uk adresse
    to keep it active yes you have to have it paired to a proper sky box and put it back in the sky box every now and then to keep it active
    why not get hold of a proper sky box to use with the sky card thare are plenty of auction site where you can get sky boxs from and the software in the boxs are a lot better I.E. program guide timing menus ext



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