watching cable from your box to your pc

FC Sniper

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hiya
is there a tutorial to do the above
anyhelp would be apriciated
 

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hiya mate i have done everthing as you said but now i get "eror downloding codec" mesasage this is what i have put down"bcmsdb://192.168.1.100/"
 

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have you right clicked on the icon and changed that to your ip addy ?

problem with codecs = can you play other media files with out any problems ?
 

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have you downloaded and ran trex ( pinnacle ) ? and can you ping the box and that ?
 

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na dont worry man, thats what were here for....lololol

try running it again ( not trex you only installed that for the drivers ) try running the dbox software ? if it comes back a codec problem then thats nothing to do with the box, do you have real player installed ?
 

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and you have the correct ip of the box in the settings ? can you ping the box ?

did you install T-rex as well ?
 

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what about this ?

To install a valid license, copy the license file you have obtained by Email or taken from the disc to the "Licenses" directory under C:\Programs\Common Files\BitCtrl\Licenses. Please pay special attention when copying the license file. It must have the file extension *.lic, e.g. ABCDEFGHIJKLAMNOP.lic, where the name of that file represents the serial number.

If the name of the license file ends with extension 'filename.lic.txt', then please rename it to 'filename.lic' without the .txt string ending.
 
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