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Viewsat 9000 Setup Guide Using USB -------------------------------------------------------------------------------Viewsat 9000 Setup Guide Using USB 1.

First you must download and unzip (extract) the yymmdd.pgm from the Files section. 2. Insert your Memory Stick in your PC and either transfer the extracted .pgm file from your computer or you can extract it directly to your USB drive. 3. Insert the USB drive into your STB. (either rear or front - just make sure you enable REAR USB or FRONT USB in the menu - under USER SETTING - OPTION) If the STB doesn't recognize you flash drive, make sure the drive is formated FAT32. 4. In the Main Menu select System information and press OK Select Receiver Upgrade and press OK Go down to the bottom of the window, select USB and press OK A new window opens with files. Select your pgm file and press OK. ************************************** VERY IMPORTANT. DO NOT TURN THE POWER OFF Let the receiver finish and reboot on its own!!! ************************************** 5. Select User Setting -> Parental Control. Set Menu Lock to Off. Password is "0000" Select User Setting -> Time Setting. Set Time Mode to Auto. Set Time Adjustment to the GMT offset for your area (-3:30 for Newfoundland, -4:00 for Atlantic, -5:00 for Eastern, -6:00 for Central, 7:00 for Mountain, -8:00 for Pacific, -9:00 for Alaska, or -10:00 for Hawaii). Set Summer Time to Off for Standard Time or On for Daylight Savings Time. Select User Setting -> System Settings. Set Local Channel to On. Change Local Channel Region to your city or the closest one listed. Channels will be mapped to their normal local channel numbers. Select User Setting -> Option. Set Sort By SID to On. Set Auto TP to On. Set Auto Roll to All. Set Full Channel Name to On. Select User Setting -> EPG Setting. Set EPG TP to E:12472 and N:12311. 6. The following assumes you have put 119 on port #1 and 110 on port #2. You should change these to the way you have wired and connected to your switch. SETTING UP ANTENNA SETTINGS: (119) MENU -- INSTALLATION -- ANTENNA SETUP Scroll top line (RIGHT/LEFT arrow key) to EchoStar 7 119.0W LNB Power ON LNB Type STANDARD (LEGACY LNB) or ("OCS-DP" for PRO LNB) depends on what you have.

LNB Freq. 11250 22KHz OFF TP Freq. 12239 (it will default back to 12224 -thats normal) DiSEqc 1.0 PORT 1 Motor OFF (If none) You should display EchoStar 7 119.0W in the top right of the display!!! If not, you don't have your ports setup correct or your dish is not aimed correct. "EXIT" and "YES" to Save. ***************************************** SETTING UP ANTENNA SETTINGS: (110) MENU -- INSTALLATION -- ANTENNA SETUP Scroll top line (RIGHT/LEFT arrow key) to EchoStar 6,8 110W LNB Power ON LNB Type STANDARD (LEGACY LNB) or ("OCS-DP" for PRO LNB)depends on what you have. LNB Freq. 11250 22KHz OFF TP Freq. 12224 DiSEqc 1.0 PORT 2 Motor OFF (If none) You should display EchoStar 6,8 110W in the top right of the display!!! If not, you don't have your ports setup correct or your dish is not aimed correct. "EXIT" and "YES" to Save. Repeat the above steps for all of the sats you have LNB's for... "EXIT" to the MAIN MENU 7. Channel Scan (also from Installation menu) Select Auto Scan Press OK You can change the sat you want to scan by using the F1 button and selecting the sat to scan. Press exit to get out of the sat selection menu. Select Scan Start and press OK. Do this for all the Sats you have. 8. Exit and save the settings 9. Wait for Autoroll and watch TV .................................................. .................................................. .................................................. ......

Frequently Asked Questions: 1.) Why is my machine not switching properly between different birds? i.e 110/119 or 82/91 The current beta bin with the 9000 currently does not support sw-21 and sw-44 switches. Use a diseqC, or 22khz switch as a workaround or wait for the coders to fix. 2.) Why is my machine extremely warm to the touch? This has already been reported and a workaround is to leave the unit in a well ventilated area or use a laptop cooling mat. Apparently this is quite common for HD machines. 3.)I am unable to record more than a small amount of time with an external HDD This is a known issue as the PVR functionality is not fully functional in the current beta bin 4.)What does the all in One module do?? This hardware add-on will allow you to view Charlie HD. Note: this is an extra add-on and can be purchased via fleabay for $199 or in the near future from some select retailers. 5.)Can I get HD channels without the all in One?? Yes, nimiq 82w carried HD channels that will work with the unit shipped as is. 6.)What is the best way to load the 3rd party file( *.pgm)? Right now I would recommend only loading via a USB key, as it has been reported that some people using the various loader programs via serial cable have had issued with their machine not booting afterwards. Note: when loading via USB it might take a while for the file to load and you "MUST" wait for the machine to fully reboot before doing anything. 7.)Do I need to factory reset, and load the factory bin before loading the latest file?? NO, unless it is stated to do so in the release notes. The latest bin will overwrite whatever is already there. No need for the extra steps 8.)My receiver is stuck on STARTING. On the main display? If this message does not go away after a minute or so, try and hit the switch in the back to get past this step. This has worked for some, and not for others. If this does not work then I suggest you search the threads for next step as it could get lengthy and then ask for help if needed.

9. How do I know if the "all in one" module is recognized by my 9000HD?? Once you plug in the module and attach it to your STB, verify in Menu -> System Settings -> external Tuner If this option is greyed out, then check your connections, If you are able to set the option ON or OFF then it is recognized!! 10. How do I connect the small coax cable for the 'All in ONE' in the back of my 9000?? You need to connect the small coax cable from the 'All in One' to the "loop out" under the LNB IN port. Furthest bottom port to the right of the machine