imperia wrote:Hello abaratian,
Their drivers aren't working except the first version that comes with driver cd (i think it was 22.214.171.124 or 126.96.36.199) and the custom 188.8.131.52_new version they made for me to test. probably they work if you have very good signal, but you can't have maximum signal when you have multifeed setup on offset dish like me. When I install any other driver version and do full scan - half of my channels are gone. I am unable to tune to them anymore. When I restore 184.108.40.206_new driver everything is fine. All other drivers have lost their sensitivity and are unable to tune half of the channels. I tried to work with support to fix the problem but now they are ignoring my posts. Don't expect they to contact you with solution.
I have the same strange signal and quality values like you but at least I can watch my TV channels. Give 220.127.116.11_new driver a try. Take a note on how to correctly uninstall old drivers first.
abaratian wrote:The 18.104.22.168 that was on my cd, had two problems, 1. the lock led doesn't work. 2. the signal quality is very low.
now I'm using the 2.0.28_new, and it seems to be fine but the quality is still very low. i can't get good signal on some transponders which were good with 22.214.171.124. I think 126.96.36.199_new is probably a 188.8.131.52 with some fixes.
I think 184.108.40.206 has the major flaw of not being able to switch between high/low frequencies and only low frequencies are received. (though in some casese it could lock on high ones too) but those transponders it can receive, are received much better than 220.127.116.11_new or 18.104.22.168.
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