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Hopper requiring reset


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#26 OFFLINE   srn

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Posted 16 November 2012 - 04:37 PM

I had my hopper for a month and all was fine then a few days ago a similar problem started. Every morning it was locked up (no HDMI signal) and required a manual reset. I could turn it on or off with no problem except for after sitting overnight.

I called support and was told to disable standby -- did this, no change. Another call to support and got some bs about changing the HDMI cable.

Finally figured out that if I have the hopper set to 480p resolution the problem occurs. If I set it on 1080 no problem. Did not test other resolutions.

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#27 OFFLINE   P Smith

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Posted 16 November 2012 - 07:17 PM

Finally figured out that if I have the hopper set to 480p resolution the problem occurs. If I set it on 1080 no problem. Did not test other resolutions.

Perhaps the mode overlooked, usually we're all using 1080i or 720p if connecting by HDMI to HD TV.




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