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DIsplays 00-- after pressing OK for software upgrade

I foolishly pressed OK for a software upgrade. The display was immediately set to 00-- and there it stayed for the next five hours. Have tried disconnecting power overnight to no avail.
Please help!!!

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  • Mrs Donut Jul 17, 2008

    Left box on for a few hours yesterday morning and display changed to ERR 9 or something like that. I was then able to turn off the box - thank goodness. All seems to be okay although when it asked me if I wanted an upgrade I pressed EXIT quick.

  • sambear Jul 18, 2008

    me too, same update same problem

  • topspark1 Jul 25, 2008

    I had the same problem -waited for err9 to display then pressed the power off button on the remote and the sagem worked ok

  • 8135 Nov 02, 2008

    PVR seams to be "stuck" on 00-- after pressing OK to update? Unable to interupt update, and each time it is repowered same problem occurs.

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Code 1234

Posted on Sep 22, 2008

PLEASE CAN SOMEONE PUT THE CODE UP FOR THIS SAGEM DIGITAL BOX DOING MY HEAD IN THERES ONLY THE ORIGINAL CHANNELS!!!!??????
PLEASE POST ASAP

Posted on Sep 10, 2008

Mine changed to the err 09 code , turned off and when turned on said upgrade installed

Posted on Jul 20, 2008

I have the same problem !!! have you sovled yours yet?

Posted on Jul 16, 2008

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