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unable to tune Win Nova dvb-t stick

PostPosted: Thu Dec 11, 2014 2:50 pm
by Fcpiek
Hi

I have a QNAP TS469pro and have installed DVBLinkserver without problems. I also have installed the tv source app as a trial version. The app has found the WinTV Nova stick without problems (the antenna is a powered DVB-T outside and was previously connected to a TV set- so it had been working). However when I scan for channels it says "tuning failed". I have already spend hours on it, also resetting the NAS and repairing the software. It is so strange that it finds the stick but is unable to tune for channels. Anyone any ideas?

Fred

Re: unable to tune Win Nova dvb-t stick

PostPosted: Thu Dec 11, 2014 2:57 pm
by the_man
Do you try it with dvblink server V5.1?
Set log level to info, restart dvblink server and attach zipped log file here

Re: unable to tune Win Nova dvb-t stick

PostPosted: Thu Dec 11, 2014 3:44 pm
by Fcpiek
hi,

The version I use is 5.0.0. When I try use the update button it still comes whit the 5.0.0. (10132)version
I have found the log level setting and changed it to info. But I am not sure I understand what you mean with the rest. Do you want to look at the ..server-log file.
How do I restart the DVBLink server as it is a running proces om my NAS, I never looked into how to quit and restart.

Re: unable to tune Win Nova dvb-t stick

PostPosted: Thu Dec 11, 2014 4:07 pm
by the_man
As for update dvblink server need to download *.qpkg file frome DVBLogic site http://dvblogic.com/en/software/qnap/
and install it manually from QNAP web GUI (there you will be able to stop or start dvblink server (possibly in the application tab or appstore,I do not use QNAP, therefore not say exactly where it is))

Re: unable to tune Win Nova dvb-t stick

PostPosted: Thu Dec 11, 2014 6:15 pm
by Fcpiek
Hi,
I have un-installed version 5.0 and installed version 5.1. Unfortunately I don't seem to remember how to download the Tvsource add on 5.1. The 20 days trial link gives me a web page.
But before we go on. I would be OK if the DVB-T worked. But my preference would be the WinTVR stick 930c for cable TV that I also own. Will that be supported (ever).