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No Signal

remlap

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My Satellite Setup
Gibertini 104cm motorised dish with a Technomate 5402 HD CI+ and TBS 6925 + Gibertini 90cm with 9E 13E 19.2E and 28.2/5E with a Hauppauge WinTV NOVA-HD-S2 Media Centre PC and Pure EVOKE Flow Radio + 100cm Channel Master with 2 LNBs at 24.5W and 30W
My Location
Wales
#1
Ive installed the Skystar 2 no problem, now ive opened up dvbveiwer on Astra 1 which the dish is set to, and dont get any signal, when I switch channels

Whats the cause of this

Cheers
 

Lancelot

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125cm Gibbi with Channelmaster feedhorn and Inverto C120 twin.
36v H to H 62E - 61.5W
My Location
South central
#2
Do you get any signal at all ?

Progdvb is really a better tool for the SS2 remlap, if you want flexibility from your new purchase. Get 4.62.6 from the site, it's a bit less flakey than the later ones.

Rgds


L.:)
 

remlap

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My Satellite Setup
Gibertini 104cm motorised dish with a Technomate 5402 HD CI+ and TBS 6925 + Gibertini 90cm with 9E 13E 19.2E and 28.2/5E with a Hauppauge WinTV NOVA-HD-S2 Media Centre PC and Pure EVOKE Flow Radio + 100cm Channel Master with 2 LNBs at 24.5W and 30W
My Location
Wales
#3
Ive got it working I wasnt worried about plugins, more about fta right now.

I swoped PCI cards like suggested in one of the pdfs on the drivers CD.

Still flakey I guess my satellite box on Astra 1 and Eurobird need to be tuned a little better to get a stable picture.

Astra DVB-S HD trailer WOW.
 

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
#4
If you can get round to 13E there are a few more stunning ones on there too !!


L.:)
 

remlap

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My Satellite Setup
Gibertini 104cm motorised dish with a Technomate 5402 HD CI+ and TBS 6925 + Gibertini 90cm with 9E 13E 19.2E and 28.2/5E with a Hauppauge WinTV NOVA-HD-S2 Media Centre PC and Pure EVOKE Flow Radio + 100cm Channel Master with 2 LNBs at 24.5W and 30W
My Location
Wales
#5
Lancelot said:
If you can get round to 13E there are a few more stunning ones on there too !!


L.:)
Oh what settings?

Also im finding some difficulty getting a permant lock on any station, its perfect on my satellite box, yet on the skystar it flutates and on average 20% lower, Astra and Hotbird should be pulling in 99% im getting aroun 60-80 on both.
 

remlap

Specialist Contributor
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2,206
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827
My Satellite Setup
Gibertini 104cm motorised dish with a Technomate 5402 HD CI+ and TBS 6925 + Gibertini 90cm with 9E 13E 19.2E and 28.2/5E with a Hauppauge WinTV NOVA-HD-S2 Media Centre PC and Pure EVOKE Flow Radio + 100cm Channel Master with 2 LNBs at 24.5W and 30W
My Location
Wales
#6
remlap said:
Oh what settings?

Also im finding some difficulty getting a permant lock on any station, its perfect on my satellite box, yet on the skystar it flutates and on average 20% lower, Astra and Hotbird should be pulling in 99% im getting aroun 60-80 on both.

Still cant get this working without flatuating every so often, Ive tried Eutelsat W3A for a 4:2:2 feed, tunes okay on my comag the skystar nothing, and really strong ones like M6 Suisse is weak and loses signal every so often.

Edit- Got a 4:2:2 feed working on W3A still really really weak
 

remlap

Specialist Contributor
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2,206
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827
My Satellite Setup
Gibertini 104cm motorised dish with a Technomate 5402 HD CI+ and TBS 6925 + Gibertini 90cm with 9E 13E 19.2E and 28.2/5E with a Hauppauge WinTV NOVA-HD-S2 Media Centre PC and Pure EVOKE Flow Radio + 100cm Channel Master with 2 LNBs at 24.5W and 30W
My Location
Wales
#7
Weather problems all along Im thinking the wind is really blowing tonight and yesterday its died down a bit and ive got a really good lock O-Ha