Updating opentel satellite receiver software

I do not have a card logger so I can not check it that way.

Was also wondering if I managed to get a Gamma/Whitey card that had lost its updates and stick it into the box and then wait for it to do it's stuff ......

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Hi there I have an Opentel 4000IR Satellite STB that I am planning to off load to a mate however we are keen to check first if the following is available from this STB: 1. Unfortunately I have not had this box in place for over a month or more to know if the card updating was a problem or not.

I have had a whitey in this box in the past and it work fine for the testing over a couple of days.

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