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Black Hole Vu+ Duo 1.7.0 Multiboot Full Backup

Discussion in 'Vu+ Duo Black Hole Images' started by lorenzo64, Jan 7, 2012.

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  1. a911

    a911 The BH Lover

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    Welcome back Mario,
    Yes the same, however send the : USB. Zip. File!
     
  2. Mito

    Mito Administrator

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    You have to upload the zip file.
     
  3. angelofsky1980

    angelofsky1980 BlackHole Driver Specialist

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    It's in my TODO list. I've ported the AF9035 driver yesterday night ...
    With new kernel we can use newest drivers for your IT9135 devices ... but I need some time to test the compile process ...
    when they are ready I will post into USB Tuner section and you can make some tests :)
     
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  4. demetris

    demetris Vu+ User

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    Please post when they are ready so i flash 1.7 and test.
    Thank you very much.
     
  5. Supermario

    Supermario Vu+ User

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    Thanks guys - Bravo, Excellent work by the BH Team :victory:

    B/Rgds
    Supermario
     
  6. biscamax

    biscamax BH Lover

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    Anybody else confirm or deny this affirmation?

    An affirmation like this one have to be confirmed or denied with facts to be sure, this is a important question.
     
  7. Mito

    Mito Administrator

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    So far, only by this board, the image has been downloaded more than 1200 times and you can check how many people has reported this problem.
     
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  8. keratos

    keratos Vu+ Newbie

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    Hi
    Running ViX2.3. All fine.
    Tried to install BH1.7 first flashing http://archive.vuplus.com/image/2011/6.0/duo_cfe_3_0_usb.zip . The bootloader flashed and the front panel said "remove USB and reboot". Great. Downloaded BH1.7 from this thread, extracted the vuplus to a FAT32 formatted USB (same as Vix procedure). Inserted the stick in the front USB port. Rebooted, progamming occured, rebooted when instructed (front panel). But after reboot the front panel just says "Starting" , no TV picture and box just stuck on "Starting..." . Left the box for half an hour. No change. What is wrong?

    Thanks
     
  9. net2paul

    net2paul Vu+ Newbie

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    Working Great ! Thanks for your great job !
     
  10. biscamax

    biscamax BH Lover

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    Thanks Mito, I think like you, but other members who read this thread, before test the new 1.7.0 BH image, may not think like us, so, that affirmation that I quoted in my last post must be denied.
     
  11. angelofsky1980

    angelofsky1980 BlackHole Driver Specialist

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    It's very very strange.
    Re-format your USB stick and retry .....
     
  12. Matrix10

    Matrix10 Administrator

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    Yes, but you not took out the USB stick.

    LCD writes "remove USB and reboot".
    Without the USB stick your can make the boot/reboot
    If not then this is another problem

    ================================================
    If you like to use Multiboot

    Your box has a problem (old problem) with the USB stick
    Read topic MeoBoot and solutions for Multiboot USB stick.
    I wrote about it (post 4 ) abt problem STARTING
    http://www.vuplus-community.net/board/threads/meoboot-short-user-guide.1899/
     
  13. keratos

    keratos Vu+ Newbie

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    What is MeoBoot. Link please. Lots of search results so provide link please. Thank you.
    Reformatted USB three times using various tools. Works fine with all other images I have tried.
     
  14. Matrix10

    Matrix10 Administrator

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    I wrote the link in my last post
    use search Meoboot and you will find.

    To make a flash image.

    1 Format FAT32 USB stick
    2. Copy the image
    3.make a flash image
    4.When finished remove the USB
    5. Start the box

    Test image without USB stick.

    Read abt Meoboot and STARTING problem I wrote.
     
  15. keratos

    keratos Vu+ Newbie

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    So you did. SORRY.
    Not sure what Meoboot is , or why I need it , other images do not require this amount of effort. I simply copy a vuplus folder to a formatted USB and the image is flashed and the box works fine. Images used: Vix , Vti , Nemsis and BKP . None of them need MeoBoot. What is MeoBoot and why do i need it? thank you for your help.
     
  16. biscamax

    biscamax BH Lover

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    Meoboot it's a easy and intuitive tool/plugin to install images in USB stick (multiboot), so, you just need Meoboot to install a image in USB stick, you don't need Meoboot to install a image in flash.
     
  17. keratos

    keratos Vu+ Newbie

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    Ok, thank you for the explanation. I understand now. But if I want to install BH into flash then I do not need Meoboot , correct ?
    If correct, then why am I unable to install BH using the normal flash from usb method?
    I do not really want to boot from USB, I want to boot from flash.
    Ideas?
     
  18. biscamax

    biscamax BH Lover

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    Right, if you want to install a image in flash is the same method than any other image. Turn off back power button, wait at least 15 seconds and then turn on, if you keep having the same issue flash the image again.
     
  19. Matrix10

    Matrix10 Administrator

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    BUT after flash remove USB stick Turn off back power button, wait at least 15 seconds and then turn on
     
  20. biscamax

    biscamax BH Lover

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    Yes my friend MX, if is flashed again he have to do that way, but I don't know if he turn off/on again after first install, same times don't need flash again, just need turn off/on the back button once again when the "starting" message keep on display.
     
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