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Help to get Cas menu

Discussion in 'Digital TV - UK & Europe' started by jbvideo, Sep 18, 2007.

  1. jbvideo

    jbvideo Regular member

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    Hi
    I have a Starview pvr with The Box E_Version 4.000,8th June 2007 software. done a scan, plenty channels, but cannot get into Cas menu to turn on, Tried 1570 & 2004 methods. Is there a different number for the pvr version?
    jbvid
     
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    sc0user Active member

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    Go to system setup/parental control.
    Then press i or info button and type 2007 on remote.
    Key and emu buttons should now be shown.
     
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    jbvideo Regular member

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    Thanks sc0user, working now, should have used the search as I found an earlier post by you same.
     
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    sc0user Active member

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    No problem if I am here it is sometimes easier :)

    BTW you said you have version 4 the latest version for the PVR is v4500. But if you are happy enough stay as you are.
     
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    jbvideo Regular member

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    Yes, I will try version 4.500 when I am settled in with it, only had it a couple of hours. Hard drive fitted and working fine, In my opinion, so much better than the hassle with net connected boxes (Dbox 2, dreambox etc)
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    OK when ever you need it you will get it here. Yes less hassle than the linux boxes but only downfall is the fact that it is not open sourced. Enjoy and let us know how you get on.
     

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