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  • Chandan
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    Originally posted by Oblivian View Post
    Then the other is probably got the wrong driver. As your screenshot indicates there is possibly a 2nd under the Universal Serial Bus Devices does it not. Which means you need to go advanced mode as per the 'help I cant find my device' section

    Where is the purchase link to your dongle
    @Oblivian,
    I bought my Dongle through an online retailer in the UAE the link is:
    http://uae.souq.com/ae-en/software-r...858-6318316/i/

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  • Oblivian
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    Then the other is probably got the wrong driver. As your screenshot indicates there is possibly a 2nd under the Universal Serial Bus Devices does it not. Which means you need to go advanced mode as per the 'help I cant find my device' section

    Where is the purchase link to your dongle

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  • Chandan
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    Thanks for the help but I don NOT see 2 devices and the zadig interfaces shows 4 devices found and when i disconnect the DVB-T usb 3 devices are shown.

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  • Oblivian
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    You need to step through the guide at the zadig page. https://github.com/pbatard/libwdi/wiki/Zadig

    There are _2_ devices for USB sticks.

    Of course you may have also got the wrong type of DVB stick.

    zadig.jpgwinusb.jpg

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  • Chandan
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    When only WinUSB is installed this happens.
    FR24-8.jpg

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  • Chandan
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    FR24-7.jpg
    I don't really understand what you mean by the other shows up under USB device but the is what happened when I installed Libusb-win32 the same happens with libusbk but when when WinUSB is installed nothing is seen.

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  • Oblivian
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    I assume you changed BOTH devices.

    There is a tuner unit AND chipset to change. If you don't see this, you aren't going to get anywhere.

    winusb.jpg

    The other shows up under universal serial bus device.

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  • Chandan
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    Still No Use, it still gives the connection terminated message as in the above screenshots.

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  • Oblivian
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    Try WinUSB. I too had issues using libusb.. thats more for other OS's I think

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  • Chandan
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    FR24-6.jpg
    I had installed the driver libusbK.dll as mentioned in the Manual Yesterday

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  • Oblivian
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    You can clear the Com/Dev path as that will go by default.

    Assuming you have A USB stick. And correctly installed zadig drivers it will not stop like it is.

    That error is only seen when DVBT stick is not present (I am testing it at present in various modes and it does the same with no device found).

    Or it is of the wrong type

    Time to reinstall zadig drivers (copying a dll into the folder does not work) and select the WinUSB http://zadig.akeo.ie/

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  • Chandan
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    FR24-5.jpg
    Here you go

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  • Chandan
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    Sir,
    Could you please help me/advise what to do next?

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  • Oblivian
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    Originally posted by Chandan View Post
    [ATTACH=CONFIG]6801[/ATTACH][ATTACH=CONFIG]6802[/ATTACH]
    Here goes the screenshots.
    Note the 'settings' clickable words toward the bottom..

    AKA http://localhost:8754/settings.html

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  • Oblivian
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    The zadig drivers disable default COM port use for windows. The built in software is made to auto detect the USB location in device manager.

    Those options are ignored on windows unless you chose a TCP type receiver.

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