it 'd be very kind of u if u help me
i've got a receiver manhattan 6900.there'r many channels unavailble
such as TPS & Multivision .so they adviced me to reload matrix
help me do it.
thank u very much
I HAVE HAD THE SAME PROBLEM FOR 10 WEEKS NOW i dont know how to start the matrix reloader. I do know that somewhere in these forums there is a way by using three fun cards, But other than that I have not learnt anything re starting up mr on the manhattan . To tell you the truth i wouldnt know if my MR is working when i insert my xcam /card or if it wasnt working any time.
I Have Man 6900 Matrix Embedded I Dont Know If This Is On Or Off.i Dont Know How To Get It To Work Either.anyone Out There Who Knows.
I Was Offerred A Mr1161 Cam Which The Seller Told Me It Was Still Getting Tps Channels Does Anyone Have Any Info On This .
To switch on your embedded Matrix Cam in a Manhattan 6900, do this WITHOUT any external cams fitted:
Press the Menu button
Go to the option labeled "6. System Information"
Enter 1212 (the receiver will carry out a reset)
Switch receiver off, and then on
When it restarts, press the Menu button, scroll allong to "CA Setup", and you should see your MR cam (probably V1.060 or earlier)
Note that older versions of the 6900 had a Magic Module embedded, NOT a Matrix Cam.
Now, if you want to update your embedded MR cam to a newer flash, the procedure is THE EXACT SAME as it is for an external MR cam. I have flashed my embedde MR cam (and several friends) many times. My only advice would be to use Funcard5 files, as I could never get it to work with Funcard6 files. Also, don't be tempted to use Matrix ReVolution files for your MR cam. If you do (and you will be able to update the cam with these files), you will not be able to update the cam EVER again! This is because, although the MR and MRV cams are similar, using MRV files on a MR cam disables the card update feature. If you have an external cam, you can go back to MR files by using a CAS2 programmer. However, since the MR cam in the Manhattan 6900 is embedded, you cannot remove it and put it into a CAS2 !