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Got blue ice cam and CAS II usb programmer. I also got dish lnb and reciever with ci slot. Disk is pointing at hotbird 13 deg east i think. Looking for a guide as to uploading files , converting from hex to bin etc... etc...

Any info would be grate

email :shinzy@eircom.net
 

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shinzy said:
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Got blue ice cam and CAS II usb programmer. I also got dish lnb and reciever with ci slot. Disk is pointing at hotbird 13 deg east i think. Looking for a guide as to uploading files , converting from hex to bin etc... etc...
What receiver do you have and what free-to-air channels you you get just now?

This will help identify the satellites you're pointing at.

This site has a lot of information - have you tried the search option?

At the top of each forum are stickies with information that is often asked.

Half the fun is finding the bits you want.

Have a read and then ask some more, you'll find the people here very helpful - I know I did.

From the equipment listed you should have a head start.
 
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can someone tell me - when using the cas ii to upload files to blue ice cam what format does the file have to be in ????

From what i have been reading is it .bin (binary) and if so does anyone know a program to convert from hex to bin????
 

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shinzy said:
does anyone know a program to convert from hex to bin????
You can do it here... bin > hex or hex > bin

h**p://www.iboost.com/tools/number.htm
 
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gameboy said:
What receiver do you have and what free-to-air channels you you get just now?

This will help identify the satellites you're pointing at.

This site has a lot of information - have you tried the search option?

At the top of each forum are stickies with information that is often asked.

Half the fun is finding the bits you want.

Have a read and then ask some more, you'll find the people here very helpful - I know I did.

From the equipment listed you should have a head start.
I have got strong 4500 with universial lnb pointing at hotbird 13 deg east of south picking up channels listed on www.lyngsat.com/europe
 
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