[linux-dvb] New usb card from Asus "My Cinema-U3000 Mini"

David Palomares david at mainsip.com
Thu Jan 11 15:27:43 CET 2007


Hi again,

After more and more testing, i'm stuck with this usb dvb-t device. It 
now gets recognized, the mt2060 module is automagically loaded (but 
there is no mt2060 chip on the board, and the module isn't used by any 
other module) and i cannot tune anything. Ive tested some tips Giampiero 
gave on a mail today, with no luck. On windows it tunes ok, so no card 
or antenna issue.

I've managed to get another U3000 mini for free, so i can do more 
"agressive" tests if anybody points me on the right direction, and can 
even send it to any developer interested in getting it working (if i can 
afford the mailing, please contact me).

Any help is appreciated,

Thanks,

David


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David Palomares escribió:
> Ok, i've uploaded some photos to http://www.mainsip.com/asusu3000 if 
> they are of any help.
>
> Thanks again,
>
> David
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> Patrick Boettcher escribió:
>> Hi David,
>>
>> Link is always better.
>>
>> Patrick.
>>
>> On Wed, 3 Jan 2007, David Palomares wrote:
>>
>>   
>>> I've photos of the device, if it can help. Should i send it to the mailing
>>> list or is better to put it on a webpage and post a link?
>>>     
>>
>>   
>>> David
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>>>
>>>
>>> David Palomares escribió:
>>>     
>>>> Its the second chip i told on my last mail, an ATMEL630 24C02BN SU18 (one
>>>> word per line). On the pcb, near the chip, it says BTC-201 94V-0. This chip
>>>> is on the other side of the pcb, on the side of the DIB7700 there is a metal
>>>> cover  i cannot get out without getting the card broken, and i cannot see
>>>> what's below that cover. If we must get it off because this info is not
>>>> sufficient, i will try to get another one and take it off.
>>>>
>>>> Thanks
>>>>
>>>> David
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>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Patrick Boettcher escribió:
>>>>       
>>>>> On Tue, 2 Jan 2007, David Palomares wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>>   
>>>>>         
>>>>>> Ok, i found nothing on the inf file, i'll post it because i dont know
>>>>>> what to
>>>>>> search for else :)
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Anyway, i've opened the device, and found a DibCom 7700C1-ACXXa-G chip,
>>>>>> a
>>>>>> ATMEL 630 24C02BN SU18 one and a LBNJ N622 612 . On the pcb, it says
>>>>>> "D33005
>>>>>> Rev 2.02b MYCINEMA_U30000MINI" and near the second chip "BTC-201 94V-0".
>>>>>>
>>>>>> I'll post photos as soon as possible.
>>>>>>     
>>>>>>           
>>>>> Which writing do you find on the second biggest chip on the board (besides
>>>>> the DiB7700)? 
>>>>>
>>>>> regards,
>>>>> Patrick.
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>   
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