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    S4 - Blind Scan???

    Hello!

    I am confused with my new S4 USB...

    And this is why I am confused: when i tried to make a blind scan to a new sat (Eurobird9) because it is not defined in the Mvision S4 (this sat), I could not find any channel...

    Well, that' s what I did: defined "New Sat" on the Menu, and direct the Disecq to D door. Then I tried to do "Scan", and one message appeard:

    "This Sattelite does not have a pre-defined provider list"

    Well?!?!?! Does it needs a pre-defined providers list??? Why??? Doesn' t it do Blind Scans??? Why does it need a pre-defined providers list??? It should scan everything (providers and inneherent channels) or am I wrong???

    I am absolutely right the antenna is very well positioned/oriented to Eurobird9 because I can find it with another kind of receivers I have got at home!

    We must do something for it (MVision S4) to do Blind Scans???

    Well, I am really confused about this!

    I thank you in advance if you can clarify this matter to me!

    Best regards,
    cfsousa

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    Re: S4 - Blind Scan???

    Question solved!

    I am sorry guys!

    I did not read the old posts about S4 model in this forum, and this question was already made by someone, and it was awnsered too!

    So, sorry for this!

    Best regards,
    cfsousa

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