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GeeZer

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Even though CrazyScan seems to work out of the box, I'm having difficulty with the BlindScan part.

First, does this program run at the command prompt?  Here's a picture:


Note it recognizes the prof card and when I select it as device 2,then it just asks again.

Here is the folder and config stuff that I set up, but changing the .ini file made no difference.  Tried this in Vista64 and in XP32, same exact results.  HELP!!!



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Both tools tested in Windows XP x86 and Windows7 x86 (32bit). Strange problem, I never seen that. Just tried with my Prof7301, it works fine. Please attach your streamreader.log file (generated by the BLScan) to the previous post, we will look at it.
One more note: device list should be started from 0, not 1 as on screenshot above.
Have you any other tuner card in PC not listed above?


 


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STBs: Openbox X810, Openbox X820, Dr.HD F16 Blue Edition.
DVB cards in use: Prof 7301, Prof 8000, TT S2-1600, Omicom S2 PCI rev.3 (STV0903BAB, STV0903BAC, STV0900AAC demods), Prof 7500, Skystar2 rev.2.6D, TT S-1401, TBS 5922, TBS 5925, TBS 6922.
DVB cards in reserve: Prof 7300, TBS 6921, X3M SU1600HD, X3M SPC1400HD, Acorp DS110, Acorp DS120, DVBWorld PCI2004D, DVBWorld USB2104D, TT S2-3200, SkyStar HD USB, SkyStar S2, Skystar2 rev.2.3, SB 340-USB, SB 540-PCI, Tevii S464/S470/S471/S660/S420
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In control panel, disable the s2-3200 driver and any other dvb card driver you may have installed, just leave the 7301 enabled...
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First I decided to use the XP drive to make sure everything was compatible.

Then I went in and disabled the TT3200 as shown.


The BlindScan and Crazy Scan stuff all reside on folder on the desktop as shown.


Next I changed the .ini to device = 0


I noted that the Reports folder was the default for the log files which is in the CrazyScan folder on the desktop, but it's empty.

Also here is how the file executes now...


Thanks a bunch for the help and quick response
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This looks like the stream reader file you were asking for..let me know if not and I'll keep looking...

 
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Yes, it is. I guess the problem is here:

09:18:28 Device 0
09:18:28  Name: ATI BDA Digital Tuner
09:18:28  Type: Unknown

This device have number 0 in BDA subsystem. That is why you haven't such device in the list.
Let's wait for a while until CrazyCat will solve this problem.

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STBs: Openbox X810, Openbox X820, Dr.HD F16 Blue Edition.
DVB cards in use: Prof 7301, Prof 8000, TT S2-1600, Omicom S2 PCI rev.3 (STV0903BAB, STV0903BAC, STV0900AAC demods), Prof 7500, Skystar2 rev.2.6D, TT S-1401, TBS 5922, TBS 5925, TBS 6922.
DVB cards in reserve: Prof 7300, TBS 6921, X3M SU1600HD, X3M SPC1400HD, Acorp DS110, Acorp DS120, DVBWorld PCI2004D, DVBWorld USB2104D, TT S2-3200, SkyStar HD USB, SkyStar S2, Skystar2 rev.2.3, SB 340-USB, SB 540-PCI, Tevii S464/S470/S471/S660/S420
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That tuner has always been a software problem, but use it as an ATSC tuner because the tuner part is so good.  Thanks for the info.  
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Geezer you need to take the ; (semicolon) out beside ;Device=0...
change the line to read

Device=1

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I confirm problem GeeZer reported. The workaround is:

Close BLScan window, type  Device=1 in blscan.ini without semicolon placed before it, and Save the file, if you want to use device 1.

Thanks Crazycat for your effort to increase sales of Prof cards in North America.  Hope however, we can expect support by this program of sat cards and USB devices of other popular brands too like older and the latest DVBWorld devices and other brands based on broadly popular Montage chipsets.


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Fantastic, works great for me on my 7301 and W7 32bit. I did have to C+P a few dlls around but once done it worked straight away. The only feature I'd like (unless I've missed it) is to be able to edit the sat name and transponder ini file from within the executable before a scan rather than having to open the bscan.ini file each time.

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All of these developments with this software is very interesting and encouraging to follow.

When one of you guys gets a chance, could you provide a "review style" report on what it is like to use this software. For example, pick a satellite (C and/or Ku), do a blind scan and note what it found, how long it took to scan, and the accuracy of the scan, etc. That would be a big help. Thanks!

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Not sure I understand completely what you are asking but I'll offer a suggestion. You can prepare blscan.ini files for all of the satelllites you scan regularly. Name the files with the satellite location in the file name. AMC 3 @87W is 2730, so the file name is blscan-2730.ini. At the command prompt, type blscan.exe blscan-2730.ini. Is that helpful or did you mean something else?
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Thanks guys..Taking the "remark" (semicolon) fixed it.  I just really didn't look at it twice and assumed it was rem'd out by default.  Anyways, I figure someone else in the world will probably have that  problem and this might help them also.  Scanner works great for me so far BTW...
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I"ve posted setup-help files for both BLScan and CrazyScan in the first post of this thread. Credit goes to Tempo, I assisted with translation.
Also, if you report a problem with the tools in this thread, could you please include your streamreader.log file in your post. Its helpful in solving problems.

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Not sure I understand completely what you are asking but I'll offer a suggestion. You can prepare blscan.ini files for all of the satelllites you scan regularly. Name the files with the satellite location in the file name. AMC 3 @87W is 2730, so the file name is blscan-2730.ini. At the command prompt, type blscan.exe blscan-2730.ini. Is that helpful or did you mean something else?

I'm saving a separate copy of blscan.exe and .ini, streamreader.dll and .ini, along with Reports and Transponders folders for all sats in it's own separate folder. It's quite a bit of work but not much harder than making separate .ini files...I have to do that anyway. It keeps everything nice and tidy, and all I have to do is open the folder and start the exe and it goes....

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