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Wednesday, January 11th 2012, 10:06pm

No CA found and Tuners empty - 800se

I upgraded my 800se via its plugins, now both tuners are empty and the plugins are missing. i tried to flash it again via the dreamup but it stays "upload complete wait for acknowledge" and nothing happens, i tried to flash it by the web browser but there's no option or a way to flash it. How can i fix this ?

Thanks in advance.

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Thursday, January 12th 2012, 4:42pm

Both problems show that there is a problem with the genuine chip of your box.

So either you got a defect or a cheap copy and not a real dreambox.
so long
m0rphU

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Saturday, January 14th 2012, 10:17am

Both problems show that there is a problem with the genuine chip of your box.

So either you got a defect or a cheap copy and not a real dreambox.

Not really, i bought it from a UK site, it has the serial and is all genuine. I upgraded it via its Plugin and it didn't upgrade itself successfully

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Saturday, January 14th 2012, 10:54am

You have to boot the dm800se into the "stop-mode".
Power off the device, hold the powerbutton and switch it on. The Display shows *STOP* and the IP-Adress.

Then start your Internet-Exploerer (not firefox), enter the IP-adress shown in the oled-display and flash the new Bootloader which can be found here .
Now you can flash the latest "experimental" image or the "stable" one.

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Tuesday, January 17th 2012, 9:14pm

You have to boot the dm800se into the "stop-mode".
Power off the device, hold the powerbutton and switch it on. The Display shows *STOP* and the IP-Adress.

Then start your Internet-Exploerer (not firefox), enter the IP-adress shown in the oled-display and flash the new Bootloader which can be found here .
Now you can flash the latest "experimental" image or the "stable" one.

Thanks i fixed the problem using your method although i found out that it's not genuine which is why the original firmware did not install successfully whatever it's still useful.

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Wednesday, January 18th 2012, 3:00am

So better go and send it back... And tell DMM where you got it from:
there is an Anonymous reporting of pirate copies via website to do so.

Good luck with getting your money back.

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