Can the Irdeto CAM be repaired?

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B2

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[updated:LAST EDITED ON 22-Sep-01 AT 03:42 PM (GMT)]:'( This is the second CAM I load with some .bin file using my laptop, both CAMS didn't take more than two seconds using ird106. for the screen to turn green, I knew there was something wrong because it usually takes about one minute to flash the CAM. When I remove the CAM and insert it again the notebook does not detect it!. When I go to the CAM menu in my Nokia 9600 (DVB2000) I get CI Error1.

The bin file I have used on both CAMs to get this kinda error is:
All113f.bin

Now the questions are:
- Have I damaged my CAMs?
- Is there a way to fix them if they are damaged?
- Is it possible to use DVB2000 with VGRABBER (using sbr file)to flash the CAM since it is not detected by my notebook?
 
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Hi B2,
The good news is that your cam be repaired at a cost of corse.

See http://www.multipage.net/cams/ci-repair.htm

I haven't used this service so I can't say if you should trust them or not...

How did you flash them in the first place if your CAM not being detected by your notebook..??

nobbly:+
 
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B2 - which kind of CAM did you try to flash? Most can not be flashed from a laptop.
 
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Mine was Flushable I guess!! cuz every time I flush it, I try it on my receiver, CAM menu and it reads the firmware or the software whatever you call it, I succeeded many time to make it read Irdeto FreeCam2 but I don't know if it mean that I had the right file on the right cam!! cuz I was still receiving CI Error message.
 
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If this is the same problem your other tread in this forum is about, then I'm still not convinced there isn't a problem with your card rather than the CAM. If the CAM is being reported by the receiver as a FreeCAM2 then it has been correctly flashed.

PS
flush = erase
flash = reprogram.
 
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