TechniSat SkyStar 1 CI Driver
Message ID, [email protected] My TechniSat SkyStar 2 HD CI USB ID 14f wasn't tuning DVB-S2. I've also purchased a Technisat Skystar 1 with CI. After some messing around, I've got freeview channels playing fine, but when I use the Sky. TechniSat SkyStar 1 CI Free Driver Download - zip . World's most popular driver download site.
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TechniSat SkyStar 1 CI Driver
Also, the S2 regs access are different from the standard register access.
That's the first part of the register access. The second part, According to A, the output buffer TechniSat SkyStar 1 CI not updated until a new address is requested. The controller returns the same value given in the first read operation. Thus the current code.
[media] stb Fix DVB-S2 support for TechniSat SkyStar 2 HD CI USB ID 14f - Patchwork
With the current code, TechniSat SkyStar 1 CI any changes S2 access does work correctly with most bridges. It's extremely strange such a change can cause things to work for you. From what I can see, your USB I2C interface has an incorrect or a bad implementation I have seen such weirdness with some I2C implementationswhich could be a likely explanation for your symptoms.
Best Regards, Manu -- To unsubscribe from this list: Unfortunately I don't own appropriate documentation. Regarding the documentation, I don't have any wrt to the USB bridge, but only for the demodulator, tuner.
But my hands are tied on that front, due to NDA's and agreements. If you have a firmware bug, maybe it helps to update the firmware online? I guess the windows driver uses some stock Cypress driver, from what I can imagine? I had similar TechniSat SkyStar 1 CI as you state, when I worked with a prototype version of the Mantis PCI chipset where it had some issues regarding repeated starts.
I can't really remember the exact issue back then, but I do remember the issue being tuner related as well, since the write to the tuner would reach the very first TechniSat SkyStar 1 CI register alone. The communications to the tuner are through a repeater on the demodulator. The problem could likely be similar with your USB bridge.
Maybe it is a driver bug too. I haven't looked deeply at the az driver.
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TechniSat SkyStar 1 CI UTC 4 On If I didn't read code wrong, in that case it does to branch "if msg[i]. And looking that logic reveals it supports only 2 I2C transfers: A TV broadcast of normal length without advertisement can occupy up to 3 gbytes about mbytesHDTV needs about mbytes per TechniSat SkyStar 1 CI. A graphics card with at least 8 mbytes memory as well as a fairly modern sound card, which is able to process the sampling rate of 48 kHz used with digital satellite reception.
In addition to avoid problems, up to date multimedia drivers - which should be available on the manufactures website - are also recommendable. It is advised to use a card with integrated MPEG2 decoder i.
The system should also be updated with service packs and updates by Microsoft in order to prevent problems. Important Multimedia extensions have except with Windows XP only subsequently been added, e. Please consider the notes from TechniSat concerning this topic!