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flash freeCam 2.19 to 2.20 using nokia9600+SCSI+vgrabber, how?

hamham

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Any one could help me with the procedures to flash irdeto cam 900440 using vgrabber + nokia 9600 dvb2000+ SCSi
with the receiver is on standby mode, I run vgrabber select upload subrotune, select the .sbr file, then the vgrabber stuck doing nothing, it just says remaining 2XXXXX
 

Burnham Beech

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Have you tried with the received switched on?

If yes, try using DVDedit to read your settings - this will test if the scsi connection is working.
 

hamham

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thanks for your reply, i tried with the receiver on, but once i select upload subrouten, the box goes off then on by it self
 

solly

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anyone have freecam -2-020 sbr to upload on vgaber scsi ?
 

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Hello!
yes,works,perfect!
but,for windows xp/2000,you need special Scsi Drivers,that must installed in the system,when you need,this driver,i can send to you!

for win 98,no driver are needed,after conected,the scsi controller with the mm9600,you must see,in the Scsi Checkup Startrutine,every,devices,that you have conected

,it must be shows "dvb 2000 ruelez!!!!"

then,conection is okay!

dont,switch,off the reseiver,during,upgrade prozess,otherwise,the irdeto cam,is gone..!

but,the only difrent,of freecam 020,to 018,is that is supporting Au,on the newer Premiere S2 nagracards,i think!
 

Burnham Beech

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What are you looking for?

If you have a Freecam2020 .bin file you can easily turn it into a .sbr file. The needed conversion files might be on this forum somewhere.