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Crackable Pci card seeker needs help

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My Satellite Setup
DVB card 2.6g celeron
My Location
Cheshire Uk
#1
PLease please please can anyone help me i am using windows xp media center edition and need at tv card that i can crack use keys on ect to unlock the pay per veiw channels (top up TV) is this possible and if so could you provide me with the info i would be really greatfull
 

Analoguesat

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Scottish Borders
My Satellite Setup
TM 5402HD
Skybox F3
Sky+ UK.
My Location
Scottish Borders
#2
You cant. You can open Red Hot and possibly Sentanta if you manually insert the pids for them, but if you want T*tsUpTV you pay for it.
 
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Marbles

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Analoguesat said:
You cant. You can open Red Hot and possibly Sentanta if you manually insert the pids for them, but if you want T*tsUpTV you pay for it.
Yup, I totally agree.
I have a Nova_T PCI card on my XP Pro system with RH & SS preset for instant access, but there is no way to get channels from TUTV range...something to do with the way the signal feeds through the box and scart(?)
I hear that the newer DVB USB sticks work well also, but again...nothing more than the two extra channels.
 

nix0

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#4
I thought it was because no-one had cr'cked the system? You can use PCI card with an official smartcard via a phoenix, so I don't think the card is the limitation point.
 

Lancelot

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My Satellite Setup
SS1.
125cm Gibbi with Channelmaster feedhorn and Inverto C120 twin.
36v H to H 62E - 61.5W
My Location
South central
#5
Cool :D - PM me the complete card dump at your convenience.

Cheers


L.:)
 

nix0

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#6
dump? of the T*TV card? Can't do that! Using the pheonix you send/receive commands.

The smart cards have hash tables on them - these cannot be dumped with any software. Cr_cked S*ca cards have relied on hash tables from other sources.