MP3 JPEG uploads

Tony

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#1
I am trying to link my Humax 9200T to my laptop via USB.
My OS is WIN XP SP3 and I have loaded the Media eLinker
disc.
I can access the eLinker but I am unable to initialise the 9200T.
Error reads
"Initialisation of receiver failed!Restart receiver"
Can you help me please?
 
#2
It's going back a very long time, the very first time I changed to media linker (the command line version) , I connected the 9200 to the PC with the supplied software so it appears as a device in Control Panel/ Device Manager and simply manually updated the driver to the one included with Elinker. It's bit hazy i'm afraid it was years ago.
 
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Tony

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#3
Thanks Graham,
The only software provided with my 9200T was the Media eLinker disc.
Are you saying there should be more?
Regards
Tony
 
#4
Thanks Graham,
The only software provided with my 9200T was the Media eLinker disc.
Are you saying there should be more?
Regards
Tony
Told you it was a while ago, there is a 3rd party utility that I thought you were trying to use which does work.

http://www.enigma.eclipse.co.uk/humax/HumaxMediaController.htm

There is I a gui version as well. My 9200 is being used at a friends so I can't really help more.

http://www.humax-zone.net/page_dtt_tools.html

A good Googling should find the details
 
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Tony

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Thanks again Graham,
I'm now up and running however I can't see my images on the TV screen
but they are there as I can see the image names and JPG numbers below the
box which should contain the image.
 
#6
Bit lost now, the software should let you download recorded content to a PC for viewing, archiving and/or burning to DVD. What exactly are you trying to do ?

I don't recollect a capability to upload jpegs and display them.
 
#8
Senior moment then. The 9200 has always had the capability to upload jpegs and MP3s. However it is fussy about what it will display/play.
Thanks Martin, it's probably two years since I used a 9200. Having better ways of displaying jpegs and all my music in wav files on a hdd connected to my amp I must admit I never really looked.
 
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