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Help! Does anyone have the first version (4526) of DIRECTV2PC?


Best Answer litzdog911 , 11 September 2013 - 12:46 AM

Oh, you're in luck.  I realized I had stuck this file on a rarely used web page in my Frontier account ....

http://myplace.front...itz/litzdog911/

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#1 OFFLINE   nitrohero

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Posted 10 September 2013 - 09:53 PM

I've been searching the Internet all over and haven't found a single copy of the original release of DirecTV2PC. The version number is 4526 and it was the only version that worked with my crappy graphics card on my laptop. I recently did a reformat, so I lost it.

 

Can anyone please upload (http://mega.co.nz/) or PM me a copy? Thanks. :)


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#2 OFFLINE   HighTechRedneck

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Posted 10 September 2013 - 11:20 PM

If no one else responds, PM me.

I think I have a copy of the very first version, as well as the 2nd. If I'm correct, they're floating somewhere in between a stack of 8 IDE drives & 3 SATA drives.

 

But I also went through and cleaned that stuff up about 4 months ago, so it could be in file heaven now.


Intermittent DirecTV customer since 1995.

Started service with a Single LNB 18" Dish (self-install) & 2 RCA DRD222RD's. Dunno what happened to the first one, but threw the other one away in 2012 because it was no longer grounded properly (quite a shock).

 

Today I have a SWM-LNB (for now), and leased (1) HR34, (2) C41's, and (1) HR22-100.


#3 OFFLINE   litzdog911

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Posted 11 September 2013 - 12:40 AM

I used to have it, until a few months ago.  Now it's in "file heaven". Sorry.


HD DVRs: HR34-700; HR24-500; (2) HR20-700 + WD eSATA 1TB drive/Antec MX1 case; HR21-700; HR21-200 w/AM21
Receivers: H25-500 HD Receiver; H21-100 HD Receiver
Mobile Devices: Nomad

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Sun & moon help site your satellite dish


#4 OFFLINE   litzdog911

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Posted 11 September 2013 - 12:46 AM   Best Answer

Oh, you're in luck.  I realized I had stuck this file on a rarely used web page in my Frontier account ....

http://myplace.front...itz/litzdog911/


HD DVRs: HR34-700; HR24-500; (2) HR20-700 + WD eSATA 1TB drive/Antec MX1 case; HR21-700; HR21-200 w/AM21
Receivers: H25-500 HD Receiver; H21-100 HD Receiver
Mobile Devices: Nomad

Additional equipment configuration details

Sun & moon help site your satellite dish


#5 OFFLINE   nitrohero

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Posted 11 September 2013 - 05:00 AM

Oh, you're in luck.  I realized I had stuck this file on a rarely used web page in my Frontier account ....

http://myplace.front...itz/litzdog911/

 

SWEET! Thanks man. :)



#6 OFFLINE   litzdog911

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Posted 11 September 2013 - 11:35 PM

You're welcome.


HD DVRs: HR34-700; HR24-500; (2) HR20-700 + WD eSATA 1TB drive/Antec MX1 case; HR21-700; HR21-200 w/AM21
Receivers: H25-500 HD Receiver; H21-100 HD Receiver
Mobile Devices: Nomad

Additional equipment configuration details

Sun & moon help site your satellite dish





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