Dummies guide to setting up Vu+

These instructions are for Dream Elite Image, other images Green & Yellow buttons might be configured slightly different.

1. Install image.
Download a USB image file, eg Dream Elite from
Vu+ Duo Dream Elite Image Support

Unzip the vuplus folder to the root directory of a USB Pen Drive.
Power off Vu+ with switch on the back
Insert USB Pen Drive into the USB socket on Vu+
Power on Vu+
Image will auto install from the USB Stick.
Look at the display on the receiver, it’ll display when the update has finished.
Remove the USB Stick
Power off receiver.
Power on Receiver.

Image is now installed.

2. Network
Connect an Ethernet LAN cable from your router to your Vu+ Ethernet port.
Press Menu
Select Set Up
Select System
Select Network
Select Network w i z a r d and press OK.

3. Setup Motorised Dish using USALS
First get your longitude & latitude info from multimap.com
Enter your post code into multimap.com and you’ll get the correct LON & LAT info for your location.
Example if I enter the following UK postal code: SE1 6JZ
I get the following LON & LAT:
LON: 0.104 WEST
LAT: 51.497 NORTH

Press Menu
Select Setup
Select Service searching
Select Tuner configuration
Select Tuner A and press OK

Configuration Mode: Simple
Mode: Positioner
Longitude: input the info from multimap
Latitude: input the info from multimap

Press OK to save.

Press Menu
Select Setup
Select service searching
Select Positioner Setup
Select goto 0 Press RED Button

Dish should now go to 1w.

4. Download Channel List
Press Green Button
Press Yellow Button (Addons)
Select Addon Download Manager
Select Enigma2 Settings
Select Likra E2 Setting Motor and press OK.

5. Install cam
Press Green Button
Press Yellow Button (Addons)
Select Addons Download Manager Press OK
Select Image Cams Press OK
Select the cam you want to install and press OK

6. Activate cam
Press Blue button.
Use Left & Right Keys to select an installed cam and press OK.

This is enough to get you started, the fun starts learning the rest.

This week’s hottest reviews on TechRadar


HTC’s ‘One’ range of Android smartphones represents the company’s great hope of a 2012 financial comeback, and we’ve now reviewed all three models.
The HTC One V is the most affordable of the three, and you should check out our review if you’re looking for a premium handset for a reasonable price.
Elsewhere it’s been another exciting week in the world of cameras so do check out our cameras channel.
HTC One V review
Bringing impressive specs to a more entry-level friendly price point, the HTC One V is a smartphone that will help push user expectations of competitively priced handsets to a new level. Far from a beige device that will simply blend into the highly competitive crowd, the HTC One V features enough standout specs and impressively simple user interface characteristics to separate it from the throng of devices all vying for the same limited custom.

Although not perfect, the handset’s 1GHz Qualcomm CPU keeps the device zipping through content at an impressive pace, with little lag when jumping between apps, menus and the selection of heavily skinned home screens.
Panasonic HC-V700 review
The Panasonic HC-V700 has some really stand out features to remind you that smartphones and small Sony Bloggie-style cameras can’t do everything a bigger unit can. With its wide-angle lens, massive zoom and image stabilisation, it’s easy to see the technological advantages of the HC-V700. Unfortunately, it proved to be only competent at actual image quality, and at £450, that inevitably knocks it down from being an essential purchase.
Nikon D800 review
It’s great to find that the D800 isn’t just a triumph of numbers, and that the 35.3Mp sensor actually delivers on its promise – capturing bags of detail. The surprise bonus is that noise is actually pretty well controlled and the dynamic range is very impressive.
Buying GuideBest Nikon cameras 2012
For those interested in stepping up to a full-frame camera, the D800 represents a good investment. You get pretty much all of the best features of the D4 in a more compact and lighter body, with a much higher pixel count for just shy of half of the price.
Olympus OM-D review
Three years after making its first entrance into the compact system camera arena with the PEN E-P1, Olympus has gone back to its roots again to produce the OM-D, with its retro styling owed to its analogue predecessor.
Panasonic TZ30 review
The Panasonic Lumix TZ30 is quite an expensive compact camera, although when you take into account the raft of functions it starts to appear good value. Features are one thing, though – image quality is quite another. Although the Panasonic Lumix TZ30 is capable of capturing good pictures, we don’t feel the camera’s images match the high levels of performance it delivers elsewhere.

Other reviews this week:

Home cinema systems
Samsung HT-E6500 review
Laptops
Lenovo IdeaPad U260 review
Acer Aspire Timeline M3 review
Samsung Series 3 NP300E5A review
Mice
Logitech m600 Touch Mouse review
Mobile phones
Samsung Focus Flash review
Routers
Trendnet TEW-692GR Dual Band Wireless Router review
Asus RT-N66U Dark Knight review
D-Link DHP-1565 Wireless N PowerLine Gigabit Router review
Software
Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4 review

Symantec Norton One review

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Apple Mac Attack Began With Infected WordPress Sites

Security researchers watch for a possible Flashback comeback by the botnet operators.

There were between 30,000 and 100,000 WordPress sites infected in late February and early March, 85% of which are in the United States, said Vicente Diaz, senior security analyst for Kaspersky Lab, in a briefing.

Kaspersky Lab researchers say the infected WordPress blog sites were rigged with code that silently redirected visitors to a malicious server. “When the connection was made to the malicious server, that server would determine which OS was running and serve exploits accordingly,” says Roel Schouwenberg, senior researcher for Kaspersky. It was a pay-per-install scheme to spread malware, including the Flashback Trojan.

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SGTFlipFlop E2 Bouquets

Enigma 2 = Dreambox 800(SE), 8000, 500HD, 7020HD | VU Uno, Solo, Duo, Ultimo | ET 5000, 6000, 9000, 9100, 9200 | TechnoMate 500HD, 800

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    CBS Reality (New Frequency)
    Channel 4 HD (Fixed)
    ITV Meridian SE (Updated Frequency)
    ITV Tyne Tees (Updated Frequency)
    Sky Atlantic Ireland (New Frequency)
    Sky Sports 1 For Pubs (New Frequency)
    Sky Sports 3 For Pubs (New Frequency)
    Sky Sports 4 For Pubs (New Frequency)
    Sky Sports Interactive (Fixed Few Channels)

    Removed Channels
    CBS Reality
    Current TV
    ITV Meridian E
    ITV Meridian SE
    ITV Tyne Tees S
    Sky Atlantic Ireland
    Sky Sports 1 For Pubs
    Sky Sports 3 For Pubs
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SGTFlipFlop E1 Bouquets

Enigma 1 = Dreambox 500, 600, 7020 | TechnoMate 500, 500 Super, 600 | Blade Media 500

Updates: 28th March 2012

  • Bouquet Updates
    Body In Balance Renamed To LiveXXXBabes
    CBS Reality (New Frequency)
    Channel 4 HD (Fixed)
    ITV Meridian SE (Updated Frequency)
    ITV Tyne Tees (Updated Frequency)
    Sky Atlantic Ireland (New Frequency)
    Sky Sports 1 For Pubs (New Frequency)
    Sky Sports 3 For Pubs (New Frequency)
    Sky Sports 4 For Pubs (New Frequency)
    Sky Sports Interactive (Fixed Few Channels)

    Removed Channels
    CBS Reality
    Current TV
    ITV Meridian E
    ITV Meridian SE
    ITV Tyne Tees S
    Sky Atlantic Ireland
    Sky Sports 1 For Pubs
    Sky Sports 3 For Pubs
    Sky Sports 4 For Pubs

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