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THINGS YOU WILL NEED
USB Flash Drive
LOADING THE BIN FILE
Make sure to enter SP6000 files for an SP6000, SP6000 Premium files for an SP6000 Premium.
First setup a folder on your computer desktop for your Neusat bin files.
Download the latest Bin file
Unzip the Bin file
Insert the usb flash drive into a usb port on your computer and let it
recognize (It will show up as a Drive letter E: or G: Ect)
Copy the current Neusat bin file onto your USB flash drive (not zip file itself)
Safely remove your flash drive
Now take your USB flash drive and go to your receiver put the USB flash drive in and turn it on. A screen should pop up showing files on the memory stick, select file to load.
Alternatively turn on the receiver, put your USB flash drive in
Go to Menu System Settings
Select the option that says USB
This should bring up the files that are on your USB flash drive, select the file to load.
DO NOT interrupt the install process leave it alone while it installs and completely reboots.
Scan largest satellites first highest number down to smaller sat numbers (note you should not scan more satellites than your d*sh/d*sh are able handle) if you are unsure please ask.
Scan Satellites one at a time
DO NOT DO A MULTI SCAN as it will give you many duplicates, so it is best to scan one at a time
Go to Menu Installation
Enter password (default is 0000)
On the left side, scroll down to your satellite
Click "OK" button as this will highlight that Satellite (in blue)
Select the right arrow button on your remote to take you to your Antenna Settings for that Satellite
Scroll down to LNB Type and select your type of LNB
Scroll down to Diseqc and select the port for that satellite
Turn "Network Search" to "ON"
Click "OK" button on remote
Highlight the Satellite and press OK so it turns kind of blueish
Hit blue button on remote to start scanning for channels for that satellite
A red bar will pop up and scan, hit OK when it gets to 100%
Repeat steps for every satellite you have aimed at and only the ones you are aimed at.
Now after you have scanned all your sat one at a time ,Click on the Grey SORT button ( its right above the INFO button )
Now a menu appears Choose sort by Service ID.
Turn auto roll on (Menu, User preferences, toggle with volume up button, OK)
Put on PPV Channel for example 510 let keys roll and you should be watching TV
If auto roll is not working you have to manually enter the keys. Turn auto roll off (Menu, User preferences, toggle with volume up button, OK)
Go to Menu System Settings, Select Hot Keys
You will notice that the keys posted on this website are two lines each with 16 paired letter/number combinations. One line is the active line (identified) and the other is the inactive line.
In "Hot Keys" however it is broken up to become four lines, the first two are the active key lines and the second two are the inactive key lines.
Scroll to keys lines which you want to change
left/Right arrow to select CA System
left/right arrow to select "NagraVision" or "Nagra"
Down arrow to go to Provider name selection
left/right arrow to select provider, "d*sh Network"
Press OK to bring up that providers full sets of keys
Press BLUE Button to change keys
The Input Value screen pops up
At the top, the first character of the key string is highlighted
Below that is a alpha-numeric pad
Select first new character
At top, highlighted character moves one character to the left
Select next character, and so on, and so on, until full key data is entered
Select the on-screen Done key and press OK on the RCU
Down/up arrow to select next line of key data, and press Blue button ... Done, then OK when finished
Press RED button to save new keys data
One Extra note on entering keys:
You will notice that the keys are listed in two lines an active and an inactive line, but you have four lines.
Line 1 is the first 00/86 Pair
Line 2 is the second 00/86 Pair
Line 3 is the first 8 01/96 Pair
Line 4 is the second 8 01/96 Pair
Enter all four lines of keys.