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Reply with quote  #16 
@GFM if you're not able to see device settings then you're probably using blindscan.dev for tuning also (in which case there is no device settings menu). Make sure you have bda.dev selected in the add/edit frequencies dialog for the sattelite you're working with to make sure bda.dev is used when tuning.

I've made a patched bda.dev to see if this makes a difference for some of the prof7500 issues (i'm quite sure the correct diseqc messages are sent by the .exe, so it's probably some prof7500 introduced problem, i had a prof a long time ago and used a switch with it but perhaps the code always had issues with Prof USB diseqc code). Moved the prof handling to different interfaces when a Prof 7500 usb device is selected. Please make a backup of your old bda.dev before trying this one as i'm not sure if it might not have issues with older exe versions due to recent changes unrelated to these. With regards to prof, you can try two different sets of interfaces as device type (tools > device settings), TBS (PCI) and QBOX. I've defaulted the Prof to use the QBOX tuning code in this test as i read it should also work with that, perhaps it works better (or worse) only you can tell me as i don't have a prof7500 here to test with (anymore). With regards to TBS devices, please make sure 'tbs new interfaces' is selected in the bda device settings, this test should default to these interfaces as they should be the most recent (if your tbs device does not default to these interfaces make sure you select them). Also i might add, but probably not needed since most here use the app longer than today, for cascaded 1.1 switches make sure you enable 'send diseqc on each transponder change' (tools > settings > diseqc) for correct DiSEqC sending.
re wejones. If the bda.dev works it has some (untested) changes to see if HDHR devices can at least build the graph now.

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Reply with quote  #17 
Originally Posted by Deviance
Hello, I have prof7500 USB, and I can't use SmartDVB with disecq 1.1 multiswitch. Other players work well. I tried latesr streamreader, Prof7500_Driver_2.0.0.7_W64_fixed, CrazyBDA driver but still the same result. Is there a patched BDA.dev for prof7500? Thanks..

Hello, I have chanced its adaptor with 12v 3a adaptor and it works like a charm!!


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