[access-uk] Re: Freecom TV stick

Hi
The serial number I'm fairly certain is printed on a very small label on the disk paper sleeve. I scanned it using Omnipage 15 to get it and put it in.


I've installed one or two times and there are the drivers and the software files. Probably the Installation routine puts in both, but I think it finds 'New Hardware twice and so you need to go through the routine twice. They were talking about upgrades soon and I intend plaguing them about this. Once set up it works well using the context menu, control 'o' to access the folder containing the files and of course control 'e' which accesses the marvellous electronic program guide. (You will need to label the graphics for the days of the week if you use Jaws, but from then on it's fairly accessible.
If I can help further let me know.
Gordon McFarlane
----- Original Message ----- From: "Catherine Turner" <catherineturner2000@xxxxxxxxxxx>
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Subject: [access-uk] Freecom TV stick



Hello all,

Got a couple of questions for anyone who's got the Freecom TV USB stick.

I just tried to install the software and it asks for a serial number. Does anyone know where this is written?

Also, I assume I'm right in installing the software first before plugging the stick in?

Finally, when I first put the CD in it came up with an inaccessible screen, so I explored the CD and found a setup file for the TV stick. I also saw folders called manuals and something brochure. As far as anyone knows, if I run the setup.exe file in the DVB-T USB 2.0 folder, and copy the pdfs of the manual and brochure, will I have installed everything necessary?

Catherine
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