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4 dashes while uploading the new code, I realized that the entire file did not copy to my jump drive the suffix of the file .prg was incomplete it only copied .p, After about 30 minutes I tried to cycle the power on the box. Once on again the only thing I could get is 4 dashes ---- on the display. I could not use the remote to get to the menu, all actions seemed to be locked up. Any suggestions?

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  • ozzmann Jan 12, 2008

    I'm not sure this is a Yamaha. It is a Viewsat Ultra 2000

  • ozzmann Jan 12, 2008

    I have already tried there. Thanks

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I dont know how to fix this, but I bet Yamaha does! Try this website. This is their customer support email address.

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Posted on Jan 12, 2008

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    Omair Chughtai Jan 12, 2008

    Ok, give me a minute then, ill find other info on it.

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    Omair Chughtai Jan 12, 2008

    Here is the website for veiwsat. Try this out.



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    Omair Chughtai Jan 12, 2008

    Alright, you get it fixed mate?

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    Omair Chughtai Jan 13, 2008

    hey man, could ya at least gimme some credit for trying?

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