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viaccess fails, help please

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Hi there,
I am having problems with programming a viaccess wafer,
I have a digiquest p2000 with two cams built in, I have
already programmed a seca wafer which works fine,
when I insert the programmed viaccess wafer the machine
locks up, has anybody any ideas,
I have tried all the codes I can find using a Vxmulti to
Program the cards the software on the digiquest is 2.000007

Any help will be appreciated, Jeff…
 

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[font size="1" color="#FF0000"]LAST EDITED ON 02-Jul-01 AT 07:04 PM (GMT)[/font][p]**moved here from the "keys" forum. Probably not a keys issue**

Is the card initialising?
Are you using an SMD wafer (visible surface-mounted chips)? Some embedded CAM slots are such that the SMD chips despite their low-profile and positioning on the card nevertheless prevent the card being fully inserted (whereas the can be fully inserted into a CI CAM as its "cut-out" at the slot is larger).
Have you got the card right way up? (had to ask....)

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I programmed both cards with the seca codes to try to prove out the embedded cam slots, the machine saw both cards.
I am using flat gold cards nothing visable apart from the contacts.
I also wondered about which way up so I had a look with a torch to confirm,

P.S. sorry for posting to the wrong forum not sure where the problem lies!!

Regards, Jeff...
 

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Have you tried the red-CAM files? On some receivers, they work better in embedded CAMs than the earlier (black-CAM) files.
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Hi there,

Yes I have tryed those files will similar results,
The receiver seems to have taken a turn for the worse,
it now says both cards are in the machine even when they are not
I have tryed rebooting and updating the version software but this is not helping, I have phoned the supplier and he`s trying to find the frequencies for ver 2.0008 if that doesn`t work back goes the receiver.

Regards, Jeff...
 
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Hi.
For information only,
The receiver was at fault,
Wizard have supplied me with a new Digiquest, with the updated version of software (2.0008)
I have now successfully programmed a viaccess wafer with my VXmulti and all is working fine.

Thanks for all your help.

Regards, Jeff...