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Does anyone know where i can find satellite list for azbox elete mine got all erupted do not have a replacement that i can find. all the sites that did work doesent work anymore for me.

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Not sure if this will help.  It's a set of the .dat files that I created last July.  I think that it's the satellites from 55W-139W.  I have a few other versions I made the same day, which have a few more of the Atlantic sats.  
   The 3 .dat files in the zip can be FTP'd to the /DISK2 directory on the Azbox.  Of course,since these files were created before any channels or new transponders were added,  if you do this, it will wipe out all your channels and new transponders, but at least you won't have the European and Asian sats. 
   If you have never added a sat or transponder, and don't have any transponders/channels on sats not on the list, you might be able to save your channels by just uploading the DVBS.dat, but it's unlikely that this would work, since you'd probably end up with orphan channels and transponders that aren't assoxciated with a sat in the DVBS.dat.  Best to just start over with the bare list.

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thank you very much.WEJONES
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