Thread: Dm600 Pvr-t


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Hopefully somebody out there can help, I was trying to get the DM600 PVR-T running and I have now lost everything, when I power up the green and red led's at the front alternate for about 20 seconds then the green led comes on for about 20 secs, then it switches off and goes red. I cannot use the remote control or connect via ftp as the box is powered off. Think I may have screwed this up, I altered some things using the tuxbox commander and pressed an SOS/Rescue button somewhere in there. I

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    Angry Dm600 Pvr-t

    Hopefully somebody out there can help, I was trying to get the DM600 PVR-T running and I have now lost everything, when I power up the green and red led's at the front alternate for about 20 seconds then the green led comes on for about 20 secs, then it switches off and goes red. I cannot use the remote control or connect via ftp as the box is powered off. Think I may have screwed this up, I altered some things using the tuxbox commander and pressed an SOS/Rescue button somewhere in there. I was using the CLi image availabale on this site.

    Please does anybody know how to get back to factory reset or even somewhere that will allow me work with this box again.

    Thanks a lot.



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    You might get a better response in the 600 section m8
    http://forums.digitalworldz.co.uk/fo...play.php?f=293

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    start over again m8, dreamup should sort it.
    Cheers. Bakerman.:Cheers:

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    Thanks Ellie will try in the 600 section,

    Cheers Bakerman,

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    Yeah, sounds like the machine can't boot - that's what the green/red flashing LEDs mean. You'll need to reflash it using a null modem cable to get network access working again...



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