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Re: TBS-6903 One cable feeding two interfaces

David J Taylor GM8ARV ๐Ÿด๓ ง๓ ข๓ ณ๓ ฃ๓ ด๓ ฟ ๐Ÿ‡ช๐Ÿ‡บ
 

Andrew and All,

Apologies in advance - I have no experience of, or using, a TBS receiver
and its associated software - though it looks like I'm going to have to in
the future.

And I cannot find David's notes on his website regarding running a TBS in
two channel (transponder) receive mode with one cable.

When I first saw Andrew's post I thought 'well, you can't do that on one
cable.'
Well, not if you want to receive both HVS-1 (along with BS) and HVS-2 at
the same time?
Owing to the fact that whilst both channels are on the same polarisation,
they are on different frequencies.

However if you only want 1 channel at a time, switchable, no problem with a
sort of reverse DiSEqC unit - if such a thing exists using both receiver
inputs set to different transponders.

So, in my total ignorance, I would be interested to learn if and how 'it'
can be done.

Regards,
John.
==============================================

John,

See: http://www.satsignal.eu/wxsat/dvb-s2/T1-T2.html#single-cable

Single cable works as follows:

- the two inputs are paralleled
- both are the same polarisation
- both are in the same frequency band

So the LNB works for both TP1 and TP2 at the same time. Remember that the LNB outputs a whole band at a time - either the low-frequency range or the high-frequency range, and would convert either range into the "1-2 GHz" IF range.

You could equally use a splitter from the LNB output (near the two receiver inputs) with exactly the same "single-cable" operating mode. Or even a splitter with one output feeding, say, an Ayecka SR1, and the other either, say, a TBS5925 (two frequency operation), or a TBS6903 for /three/ frequency operation. All you need is that the transponders are in the same satellite frequency band, and use the same polarisation.

See the bottom of this page for how mine "just growed":

http://www.satsignal.eu/mrtg/performance_t1_t2.php

Cheers,
David
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Re: TBS-6903 One cable feeding two interfaces

ajwhall@...
 

---In MSG-1@yahoogroups.com, <thorsten.miglus@...> wrote :

Hi David!


No bat file but the other files mentioned above are!


If I did up to a 4 input card then I would use a 4 LNB with a larger dish!


Signal is good here on 100 cm dish, average is around 12.8 dB.


Thank you David again for all the help with this.


Best Regards,
Andrew.

=========================================

Hi Andrew,

you can also use a passive splitter between LNB and receiver.
With this setup I run a single LNB with two receivers (BAS/HVS-1 and HVS-2)
I have not observed any loss of link margin.
This can reduce your wiring effort.

Cheers,
Thorsten

===========================================


Hi Thorsten,


You must have read my mind as I was think about this option last night.


This may be the way to go for me as a short term solution!
Thank you for the suggestion!



Best Regards,
Andrew.


Re: TBS-6903 One cable feeding two interfaces

geojohnt@...
 

Andrew and All,

Apologies in advance - I have no experience of, or using, a TBS receiver
and its associated software - though it looks like I'm going to have to in
the future.

And I cannot find David's notes on his website regarding running a TBS in
two channel (transponder) receive mode with one cable.

When I first saw Andrew's post I thought 'well, you can't do that on one
cable.'
Well, not if you want to receive both HVS-1 (along with BS) and HVS-2 at
the same time?
Owing to the fact that whilst both channels are on the same polarisation,
they are on different frequencies.

However if you only want 1 channel at a time, switchable, no problem with a
sort of reverse DiSEqC unit - if such a thing exists using both receiver
inputs set to different transponders.

So, in my total ignorance, I would be interested to learn if and how 'it'
can be done.

Regards,
John.

++++++++++++++++

In a message dated 02/12/2017 11:31:16 GMT Standard Time,
MSG-1@yahoogroups.com writes:

TBS-6903 Card is up and running! :-)

On David's website (maybe David will see this post) he talks about feeding
the two interfaces on the TBS-6903 with one input cable.

I am trying to find the following two files that he mentions:
addtap.bat
SR-Test.exe
Does anyone know where to get these from?
[ ]

My plan for the time being is as follows:

SR1 -> BS
TBS-6903 -> HVS-1
TBS-6903 -> HVS-2

As I only have a two output LNB I would like to feed HVS-1 & HVS-2 with
one
cable.

Future plan maybe as follows (If this is the case I will drop the SR1
Completely) :

TBS-6903 -> BS & HVS-1
TBS-6903 -> HVS-2


Re: T2 GOES 16.

Simon Proud <simon.proud@...>
 

Near-realtime GOES data is available here in TIF format:
ftp://satepsanone.nesdis.noaa.gov/GIS/GOESeast
The raw data is available through NOAA's CLASS system:
https://www.class.ngdc.noaa.gov
There is some delay on this data source, however - unsure how long but last
time I checked it was a couple of hours.

Cheers,
Simon

On 3 December 2017 at 09:37, 'David J Taylor' gm8arv@yahoo.co.uk [MSG-1] <
MSG-1@yahoogroups.com> wrote:

Hello John,

I echo your surprise that Eumetsat are not proposing to provide
some GOES E imagery from the new satellite when it is commissioned. I
have made a request through OPS and have been officially informed that
there will be nothing on the BS to replace the existing GOES E imagery.
Given that our weather arrives across the Atlantic and the limited field
of view to the West of the Meteosat satellites, this will be a serious
limitation for those who cannot get the full GOES EW data via HVS (in my
case I have a 130 cm dish which is not enough to get steady HVS
reception, and cannot go any larger.) I would settle for 15 minute
imagery of IR with a reduced resolution image if bandwidth could be
found on the BS.

Best regards - Alan S
===========================================

Alan,

Two lines of thought:

- With a 130 cm dish, located in the south of France as I believe you are,
you are almost in the centre of the beam and should easily be getting a
signal which is strong enough. You should not need a larger dish - indeed,
a smaller 80-100 cm dish might be adequate. So I guess there's some local
issue which you can't easily resolve?

- What about alternative sources? There are (or were) FTP sites in the USA
(format supported by GeoSatSignal) and the Dundee Satellite Receiving
Station offers data in various formats free of charge. Scheduling wget or
using Francis Breame's software can automate such retrievals.

Cheers,
David
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Re: T2 GOES 16.

David J Taylor GM8ARV ๐Ÿด๓ ง๓ ข๓ ณ๓ ฃ๓ ด๓ ฟ ๐Ÿ‡ช๐Ÿ‡บ
 

Hello John,

I echo your surprise that Eumetsat are not proposing to provide
some GOES E imagery from the new satellite when it is commissioned. I
have made a request through OPS and have been officially informed that
there will be nothing on the BS to replace the existing GOES E imagery.
Given that our weather arrives across the Atlantic and the limited field
of view to the West of the Meteosat satellites, this will be a serious
limitation for those who cannot get the full GOES EW data via HVS (in my
case I have a 130 cm dish which is not enough to get steady HVS
reception, and cannot go any larger.) I would settle for 15 minute
imagery of IR with a reduced resolution image if bandwidth could be
found on the BS.

Best regards - Alan S
===========================================

Alan,

Two lines of thought:

- With a 130 cm dish, located in the south of France as I believe you are, you are almost in the centre of the beam and should easily be getting a signal which is strong enough. You should not need a larger dish - indeed, a smaller 80-100 cm dish might be adequate. So I guess there's some local issue which you can't easily resolve?

- What about alternative sources? There are (or were) FTP sites in the USA (format supported by GeoSatSignal) and the Dundee Satellite Receiving Station offers data in various formats free of charge. Scheduling wget or using Francis Breame's software can automate such retrievals.

Cheers,
David
--
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Web: http://www.satsignal.eu
Email: david-taylor@blueyonder.co.uk
Twitter: @gm8arv


Re: T2 GOES 16.

Alan Sewards
 

Hello John,

    I echo your surprise that Eumetsat are not proposing to provide
some GOES E imagery from the new satellite when it is commissioned. I
have made a request  through OPS and have been officially informed that
there will be nothing on the BS to replace the existing GOES E imagery.
Given that our weather arrives across the Atlantic and the limited field
of view to the West of the Meteosat satellites, this will be a serious
limitation for those who cannot get the full GOES EW data via HVS (in my
case I have a 130 cm dish which is not enough to get steady HVS
reception, and cannot go any larger.) I would settle for 15 minute
imagery of IR with a reduced resolution image if bandwidth could be
found on the BS.

    Best regards - Alan S



On 25-Nov-17 4:18 PM, geojohnt@aol.com [MSG-1] wrote:

In a message dated 24/11/2017 18:30:18 GMT Standard Time,
MSG-1@yahoogroups.com writes:

I hope that all are aware that Goes East delivery on the Basic Service
will stop mid-December and >that the only way to assure continued Goes
East
coverage is upgrading to receive the second >transponder carrying Goes-16
data.

Three weeks left!
Hello Ferdinand,

Yes, and I'm not happy.

Having recently had my SR1 updated from BS to include HVS-1 (not yet
operational) - yes, I know I'm lagging behind - considerably.
And in the last few days got my crashed EUMETCast PC 're-configured' back
running David's software - with his patient help, I now find I'm going to
need a new receiver to monitor Atlantic hurricanes next year.

Not very happy, and am surprised EUMETSAT appear, at the moment, not
to be
going to offer GOES-E subset's on BS or even HVS-1.

Mmmm.

Best wishes,
John.



[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]

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--
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Re: TBS-6903 One cable feeding two interfaces

Thorsten Miglus
 

Hi David!


No bat file but the other files mentioned above are!


If I did up to a 4 input card then I would use a 4 LNB with a larger dish!


Signal is good here on 100 cm dish, average is around 12.8 dB.


Thank you David again for all the help with this.


Best Regards,
Andrew.

=========================================

Hi Andrew,

you can also use a passive splitter between LNB and receiver.
With this setup I run a single LNB with two receivers (BAS/HVS-1 and HVS-2)
I have not observed any loss of link margin.
This can reduce your wiring effort.

Cheers,
Thorsten


Re: TBS-6903 One cable feeding two interfaces

ajwhall@...
 

---In MSG-1@yahoogroups.com, <gm8arv@...> wrote :

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
rem Add a new TAP DVB virtual ethernet adapter
"C:&#92;Tools&#92;BDADataEx&#92;tap&#92;devcon.exe" install
"C:&#92;Tools&#92;BDADataEx&#92;tap&#92;OemWin2k.inf" tap0901dvb
pause
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

... and that's all on a single line (mail wrapped).

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-------------------------------------------------------------------


Hi David!


No bat file but the other files mentioned above are!


If I did up to a 4 input card then I would use a 4 LNB with a larger dish!


Signal is good here on 100 cm dish, average is around 12.8 dB.


Thank you David again for all the help with this.


Best Regards,
Andrew.


Re: TBS-6903 One cable feeding two interfaces

David J Taylor GM8ARV ๐Ÿด๓ ง๓ ข๓ ณ๓ ฃ๓ ด๓ ฟ ๐Ÿ‡ช๐Ÿ‡บ
 

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
rem Add a new TAP DVB virtual ethernet adapter
"C:&#92;Tools&#92;BDADataEx&#92;tap&#92;devcon.exe" install "C:&#92;Tools&#92;BDADataEx&#92;tap&#92;OemWin2k.inf" tap0901dvb
pause
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

... and that's all on a single line (mail wrapped).

--
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Web: http://www.satsignal.eu
Email: david-taylor@blueyonder.co.uk
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Re: TBS-6903 One cable feeding two interfaces

David J Taylor GM8ARV ๐Ÿด๓ ง๓ ข๓ ณ๓ ฃ๓ ด๓ ฟ ๐Ÿ‡ช๐Ÿ‡บ
 

Hi David,

For the moment I would stick with the following:
SR1 -> BS
TBS-6903 -> HVS-1
TBS-6903 -> HVS-2

If I was to drop the SR1 I could always upgrade my TBS card and my LNB to a 4 output.
But for now I would stick with the above.

Problem I face now is I cannot find "addtap.bat" on my system after installing the CrazyCat software!
Any ideas?

Best Regards,
Andrew.
=========================================

Andrew,

Not sure whether you can do the same trick of one input fed to two receivers on the 4-input card, but perhaps someone knows the answer to that!

AddTap.bat should be installed when you do a setup.exe-style install of BDADataEx. On one system here it created:

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
rem Add a new TAP DVB virtual ethernet adapter
"C:&#92;Tools&#92;BDADataEx&#92;tap&#92;devcon.exe" install "C:&#92;Tools&#92;BDADataEx&#92;tap&#92;OemWin2k.inf" tap0901dvb
pause
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

So look in the "tap" directory of an installed BDADataEx

Cheers,
David
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Re: TBS-6903 One cable feeding two interfaces

ajwhall@...
 

---In MSG-1@yahoogroups.com, <gm8arv@...> wrote :

Hi to the Group!

TBS-6903 Card is up and running! :-)
[]
Future plan maybe as follows (If this is the case I will drop the SR1
Completely) :

TBS-6903 -> BS & HVS-1
TBS-6903 -> HVS-2

Your help and advice is as always much appricated.

Andrew Hall
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Andrew,

As Douglas has noted, the snag with that arrangement is that when the signal
becomes too low, the DVB stream may not be correctly interpreted, resulting
in data loss on the BS as well as the HVS-1/2. Of course, you may be able
to sell the Ayecka SR1 to someone wanting to add the HVS-2 stream to their
existing system when adding to the PC internals is not possible.

Cheers,
David
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Web: http://www.satsignal.eu http://www.satsignal.eu
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-------------------------------------------------------------------------------


Hi David,


For the moment I would stick with the following:
SR1 -> BS
TBS-6903 -> HVS-1
TBS-6903 -> HVS-2


If I was to drop the SR1 I could always upgrade my TBS card and my LNB to a 4 output.
But for now I would stick with the above.


Problem I face now is I cannot find "addtap.bat" on my system after installing the CrazyCat software!
Any ideas?


Best Regards,
Andrew.


Re: TBS-6903 One cable feeding two interfaces

David J Taylor GM8ARV ๐Ÿด๓ ง๓ ข๓ ณ๓ ฃ๓ ด๓ ฟ ๐Ÿ‡ช๐Ÿ‡บ
 

Hi to the Group!

TBS-6903 Card is up and running! :-)
[]
Future plan maybe as follows (If this is the case I will drop the SR1 Completely) :

TBS-6903 -> BS & HVS-1
TBS-6903 -> HVS-2

Your help and advice is as always much appricated.

Andrew Hall
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Andrew,

As Douglas has noted, the snag with that arrangement is that when the signal becomes too low, the DVB stream may not be correctly interpreted, resulting in data loss on the BS as well as the HVS-1/2. Of course, you may be able to sell the Ayecka SR1 to someone wanting to add the HVS-2 stream to their existing system when adding to the PC internals is not possible.

Cheers,
David
--
SatSignal Software - Quality software written to your requirements
Web: http://www.satsignal.eu
Email: david-taylor@blueyonder.co.uk
Twitter: @gm8arv


Re: TBS-6903 One cable feeding two interfaces

ajwhall@...
 

---In MSG-1@yahoogroups.com, <gm8arv@...> wrote :

Hi to the Group!


TBS-6903 Card is up and running! :-)


On David's website (maybe David will see this post) he talks about feeding
the two interfaces on the TBS-6903 with one input cable.


I am trying to find the following two files that he mentions:


addtap.bat


SR-Test.exe


Does anyone know where to get these from?


Also I see a script that David has that goes into the start-up folder to
start up SR-Test.exe and BDADataEx.exe


How do I go about getting a second instance of BDADataEx.exe to run?


My plan for the time being is as follows:


SR1 -> BS
TBS-6903 -> HVS-1
TBS-6903 -> HVS-2


As I only have a two output LNB I would like to feed HVS-1 & HVS-2 with one
cable.


Future plan maybe as follows (If this is the case I will drop the SR1
Completely) :

TBS-6903 -> BS & HVS-1
TBS-6903 -> HVS-2


Your help and advice is as always much appricated.


Most Kindest Regards,
Andrew Hall
Lossatal, Deutschland
=======================================

Andrew,

I recall that addtap.bat is installed as part of the BDADataEx. Needs the
device driver setup stuff in the same directory.

http://crazycat69.narod.ru/sattelite/DVBDataEx/BDADataEx.rar http://crazycat69.narod.ru/sattelite/DVBDataEx/BDADataEx.rar
http://crazycat69.narod.ru/sattelite/DVBDataEx/BDADataEx-setup.zip http://crazycat69.narod.ru/sattelite/DVBDataEx/BDADataEx-setup.zip

I'm unsure where the SR-Test.exe lives normally, so for the moment I've put
a copy of the .RAR on my Web site. If there's an official location I can
remove it from my site.

http://www.satsignal.eu/software/EumetcastDual.rar http://www.satsignal.eu/software/EumetcastDual.rar

Cheers,
David
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Twitter: @gm8arv


=====================================


Hi David,
Thank you so very much!
I will get to work on this and let the Group know how I get on!


Best Regards,
Andrew.


Re: TBS-6903 One cable feeding two interfaces

David J Taylor GM8ARV ๐Ÿด๓ ง๓ ข๓ ณ๓ ฃ๓ ด๓ ฟ ๐Ÿ‡ช๐Ÿ‡บ
 

Hi to the Group!


TBS-6903 Card is up and running! :-)


On David's website (maybe David will see this post) he talks about feeding the two interfaces on the TBS-6903 with one input cable.


I am trying to find the following two files that he mentions:


addtap.bat


SR-Test.exe


Does anyone know where to get these from?


Also I see a script that David has that goes into the start-up folder to start up SR-Test.exe and BDADataEx.exe


How do I go about getting a second instance of BDADataEx.exe to run?


My plan for the time being is as follows:


SR1 -> BS
TBS-6903 -> HVS-1
TBS-6903 -> HVS-2


As I only have a two output LNB I would like to feed HVS-1 & HVS-2 with one cable.


Future plan maybe as follows (If this is the case I will drop the SR1 Completely) :

TBS-6903 -> BS & HVS-1
TBS-6903 -> HVS-2


Your help and advice is as always much appricated.


Most Kindest Regards,
Andrew Hall
Lossatal, Deutschland
=======================================

Andrew,

I recall that addtap.bat is installed as part of the BDADataEx. Needs the device driver setup stuff in the same directory.

http://crazycat69.narod.ru/sattelite/DVBDataEx/BDADataEx.rar
http://crazycat69.narod.ru/sattelite/DVBDataEx/BDADataEx-setup.zip

I'm unsure where the SR-Test.exe lives normally, so for the moment I've put a copy of the .RAR on my Web site. If there's an official location I can remove it from my site.

http://www.satsignal.eu/software/EumetcastDual.rar

Cheers,
David
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Re: How to disable automatic updates in Windows 10?

Ulrich G. Kliegis
 

Thanks to all responders! I'll probably follow David's advice, reboot without
password entering, since it represents the tiniest intervention in a still pretty clean
system. And the short loss of some frames is absolutely tolerable for me.

Cheers, and have a nice weekend!

Ulli


An: <MSG-1@yahoogroups.com>
Von: "'David J Taylor' gm8arv@yahoo.co.uk [MSG-1]"
<MSG-1@yahoogroups.com>
Datum: Sat, 2 Dec 2017 08:48:30 -0000
Betreff: Re: [MSG-1] How to disable automatic updates in Windows
10?
Antwort an: <MSG-1@yahoogroups.com>

Getting the PC to automatically enter your password (and having all
the
tasks you need scheduled to restart automatically) is perhaps the
simplest
way, and the one which offers maximum security.

It really depends what you are trying to achieve. I see there are
already
two suggestions for delaying the reboot. You can reschedule the
reboot for
~20 days ahead by:


https://lifehacker.com/prevent-windows-10-from-automatically-restart
ing-your-p-1723647582

However, you may also be able to stop, or at least substantially
delay, the
updates from being applied by moving onto the Business branch.
There's some
information here:


https://www.petri.com/windows-10-tip-configure-windows-update-for-bu
siness-using-group-policy


https://www.windowscentral.com/how-stop-updates-installing-automatic
ally-windows-10

"Windows 10 Long Term Servicing Branch" sound useful, but needs the
Enterprise edition of Windows. You may need to reverse the change
when you
want to check for updates. Setting a connection to "metered" may
prevent
updates (not sure about security ones, though).

As ever, consider the implications of delaying any security updates
very
carefully.

Cheers,
David
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Web: http://www.satsignal.eu
Email: david-taylor@blueyonder.co.uk
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Re: How to disable automatic updates in Windows 10?

David J Taylor GM8ARV ๐Ÿด๓ ง๓ ข๓ ณ๓ ฃ๓ ด๓ ฟ ๐Ÿ‡ช๐Ÿ‡บ
 

Hi,
probably this has been discussed here before, but my search did not help me.
It was the fifth or so time now that my Windows 10 Pro receiving PC had updated
itself and rebooted, waitin for me to enter my password. OK, I know how to
deactivate the password barrier at boot time, but I would really also like to define
the actual update event myself. How do you folks solve that?

If there was a discussion about this here before, pls direct me just to the subject,
then I can read it myself.

Thanks!

Cheers,
Ulli
==================================

Ulli,

Getting the PC to automatically enter your password (and having all the tasks you need scheduled to restart automatically) is perhaps the simplest way, and the one which offers maximum security.

It really depends what you are trying to achieve. I see there are already two suggestions for delaying the reboot. You can reschedule the reboot for ~20 days ahead by:

https://lifehacker.com/prevent-windows-10-from-automatically-restarting-your-p-1723647582

However, you may also be able to stop, or at least substantially delay, the updates from being applied by moving onto the Business branch. There's some information here:

https://www.petri.com/windows-10-tip-configure-windows-update-for-business-using-group-policy

https://www.windowscentral.com/how-stop-updates-installing-automatically-windows-10

"Windows 10 Long Term Servicing Branch" sound useful, but needs the Enterprise edition of Windows. You may need to reverse the change when you want to check for updates. Setting a connection to "metered" may prevent updates (not sure about security ones, though).

As ever, consider the implications of delaying any security updates very carefully.

Cheers,
David
--
SatSignal Software - Quality software written to your requirements
Web: http://www.satsignal.eu
Email: david-taylor@blueyonder.co.uk
Twitter: @gm8arv


TBS-6903 One cable feeding two interfaces

ajwhall@...
 

Hi to the Group!


TBS-6903 Card is up and running! :-)


On David's website (maybe David will see this post) he talks about feeding the two interfaces on the TBS-6903 with one input cable.


I am trying to find the following two files that he mentions:


addtap.bat


SR-Test.exe


Does anyone know where to get these from?


Also I see a script that David has that goes into the start-up folder to start up SR-Test.exe and BDADataEx.exe


How do I go about getting a second instance of BDADataEx.exe to run?


My plan for the time being is as follows:


SR1 -> BS
TBS-6903 -> HVS-1
TBS-6903 -> HVS-2


As I only have a two output LNB I would like to feed HVS-1 & HVS-2 with one cable.


Future plan maybe as follows (If this is the case I will drop the SR1 Completely) :

TBS-6903 -> BS & HVS-1
TBS-6903 -> HVS-2


Your help and advice is as always much appricated.


Most Kindest Regards,
Andrew Hall
Lossatal, Deutschland


Re: How to disable automatic updates in Windows 10?

Alan Banks <alanjamesbanks@...>
 

Hi Ulli

This works for me.

Press win+R; type regedit and press enter.
    Browse to the following registry entry:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE&#92;SOFTWARE&#92;Policies&#92;Microsoft&#92;Windows&#92;WindowsUpdate&#92;AU
    If you do not have a WindowsUpdate and/or AU entry, you need to
create them. Follow the 'source' link below for add'l info on how to
do this.
    Inside the AU key, create a new 32-bit DWORD called
NoAutoRebootWithLoggedOnUsers, then double-click on it and set its hex
value to 1.
    You'll have to reboot for the change to be applied.
Please be aware of making a backup of the registry before messing.

This results in the PC not being able to find a time to do the restart
ifr a user is logged on.

You still get the updates but you decide when the restart happens.

Cheers

Alan


On 01/12/2017 20:03, 'Ulrich G. Kliegis' Ulrich.Kliegis@kliegis.de
[MSG-1] wrote:

Hi,
probably this has been discussed here before, but my search did not
help me.
It was the fifth or so time now that my Windows 10 Pro receiving PC
had updated
itself and rebooted, waitin for me to enter my password. OK, I know
how to
deactivate the password barrier at boot time, but I would really also
like to define
the actual update event myself. How do you folks solve that?

If there was a discussion about this here before, pls direct me just
to the subject,
then I can read it myself.

Thanks!

Cheers,

Ulli


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Re: How to disable automatic updates in Windows 10?

Andrew Brooks <arb@...>
 

This used to work for me
https://winaero.com/blog/how-to-permanently-stop-windows-10-reboots-after-installing-updates/


On 1 December 2017 at 20:03, 'Ulrich G. Kliegis' Ulrich.Kliegis@kliegis.de
[MSG-1] <MSG-1@yahoogroups.com> wrote:



Hi,
probably this has been discussed here before, but my search did not help
me.
It was the fifth or so time now that my Windows 10 Pro receiving PC had
updated
itself and rebooted, waitin for me to enter my password. OK, I know how to
deactivate the password barrier at boot time, but I would really also like
to define
the actual update event myself. How do you folks solve that?

If there was a discussion about this here before, pls direct me just to
the subject,
then I can read it myself.

Thanks!

Cheers,

Ulli



[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]


How to disable automatic updates in Windows 10?

Ulrich G. Kliegis
 

Hi,
probably this has been discussed here before, but my search did not help me.
It was the fifth or so time now that my Windows 10 Pro receiving PC had updated
itself and rebooted, waitin for me to enter my password. OK, I know how to
deactivate the password barrier at boot time, but I would really also like to define
the actual update event myself. How do you folks solve that?

If there was a discussion about this here before, pls direct me just to the subject,
then I can read it myself.

Thanks!

Cheers,

Ulli

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