The fun 6in1 files that you download are to program funcards and not your receiver. To do this you need a card programmer (such as Infinity USB or any other multiprogrammer) with its appropriate software and an empty funcard which you will program (the .hex file you find means that the funcard works better if you are going to use it in a topfield receiver if programmed with that file). For the receiver to read the funcard the receiver would also have to be programmed using a null-modem cable found in any computer shop to connect the receiver with your PC with software found everywhere on the net (just make sure it suits your receiver and be CAREFUL). I am not very familiar with the receiver you have mentioned and it would be better if you told us what CI has your receiver embedded so that you could get some help about the software that you will use to program your receiver.
I am going to have to disappoint you mate since your receiver is a Free-To-Air receiver and can only receive non-encrypted channels since it hasn't got a conditional access module embedded and also it hasn't got a common interface to accept any CA modules such as Irdeto, Viaccess, Matrix Reloaded or Magic module. I guess you should buy something else in order to be able to watch any encrypted channels. O-no
TopField TF3000FI has a software update that enables you to see the encrypted channels, but this software is not released from the Topfield Company yet.
"The new Software of the topfield can be distributed just from receiver to another, and can't be transfered from Pc to receiver yet." i don't know why the topfield company did that for.
Ok, return to my main post, Now, I can enter the key/codes manually in my receiver to open viaccess, irdo, sega.. etc, but my question was if there is a certain software that can transfer the keys/codes (.hex files) from computer to receiver?
Would you please share all the information you got about this receiver( Topfield TF 3000 FI) with me? I have the same unit but I haven't found any upgrade which allow me to open the encrypted channels !
IDD CI24 ECONO MM Penta 1.20 Galaxy II 1.2Mtr Polar MTG yes it has been on the arc for 25 years and is now fixed on 13 East using two pairs of rusty molegrips. Unlike me they never groan but always perform.