Sonicview 360 Elite Dual w/ Dish500dpPLUS EXC! signal cant watch!
OK here i go. New to this fta sat deal, anyway i have to coaxes running from sat to receiver (no splitter just running to each tuner). Getting excellent signal and quality (71-73/99-100). Scan EchoStar 8,X and get a load of channels around 250-300. Then scanned echostar 7 picked some more up. then went on to do tuner 2. Only could get a couple of ppv channels and then some dish info channels. NEED HELP! I have checked out websites tried different settings and picked some up but cant view. Says either "no signal or scrambled" Oh i do have the latest USB update. What do i do next??
Have you resolved this issue and do you now have a ihub for you SV? Since they went IKS and have no stand alone fix, it is difficult to get modded signal. However they are still in the beta phase of this fix and are have some freezing issues. But is you stay with them until they fix this, the you will be fine. Another solution is the ilink or the nFusion STB's. They are proven to be stable for now. Good luck. I am currently testing ilink, nfusion Solaris Prem and HD, SV 360 & HD. Anything I say here is for testing purpose only and not meant to be a solution for a mod fix. As a FTA user, you will understand what I mean.
You need to use a sonicview splitter and then go into your settings and select proper ports.If you have 2 wires comming from i duel lnb or 2 stats then you install then in the splitter then one wire into your reciever.then you scan the sats on the ports you have them hooked on to. example echostar110 port 1 also tp setting is 12258 Then echostar119 port 2 also tp setting is 12239 then scan. Scan on autoscan. hope i helped :)
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Well there is NO need to go live. this is a simple matter your ISP is Blocking Port 80 for whatever reason and there is probally nothing that can be done besides get a new ISP one that does not block port 80..
You can try giving them a call or check their website and see if the Block port 80 as ALL the other Ports you Forwarded are Open.. I am Highly leaning to your ISP as the culprit..
Ok, so the idea of this KVM is to allow two computers which are dual monitor enabled to share one set of dual monitors. This means that PC1 can output to two monitors at once and PC2 can output to two monitors at once, however you only have two monitors. You should take two cables and plug in both to the dual display output on PC1 (if supported) and then plug them into 'A/B' Computer 1, you should then take two cables and plug them into the dual display output on PC2 (if supported) and plug them into 'A/B' Computer 2. Now take two cables and plug one into Monitor A and connect this to one of your screens and plug one into Monitor B and plug this into your other screen.
I think what you might have there is either a wifi antenna that plugs into a router to boost the signal or it's a tv aerial. The plug is not too clear in the video. If it's a wifi antenna then it will likely be an "sma" connector and if it's a tv aerial then it will be a coax connector.
on a mac u have to go to finder, applications, uttility, network utility and in there under the info tab there is a drop down. in that drop down you have to choose network interface (en1) AND IT GIVES YOU THE IP ADDRESS
I found this fix on a websearch. Click on this link, click on save.
In the Save As box, click on the down arrow, left end of the box, and click on Desktop. You will see a file on your desktop named
Click on it to unzip it, if you have XP, and them click on the new file, Remove.exe. Run it and you should be fixed up. Disconnect from the internet and close all browser windows while you are running it.
a bit confused with the question. This question is listed under "network hub" meaning you have a physical cat5 cable running to the xbox 360. and the xbox 360 is asking for a WPA key.
WPA is one of the standards for wireless security. please clarify the question and let us know more about your home network.