You can't just connect a wifi adaptor to the box it doesn't have the drivers you can install on a PC.I have a Netgear router for my network and also have a Netgear WiFi internet adapter connected to the Freesat box
That should work, I assumed you were using a wifi usb dongle for a PC.Thanks for the input, I thought I had right equip, I have a Netgear Universal WiFi Internet Adapter (WNCE2001)
is the bridge version different?
Connect a usb drive to either of the usb ports and use file manager to copy them (EXT3 drive required for files larger than 4GB).Sorry have not replied to your message, been away, what you said was the answer to the problem, it is working a treat. New question, how can I archive recorded progs from the freesat box?
And also it cannot be NTFS formatted, either Fat or EXT2/3Connect a usb drive to either of the usb ports and use file manager to copy them (EXT3 drive required for files larger than 4GB).
Or install the non standard firmware which allows you to ftp recordings directly to your PC.
In that case they must have fixed the problem in a later firmware release. It never used to work.Does on mine Graham ?
Hmm the wily old fox Leopard , I may just be lucky with my Iomega then, mind you it is formatted with 3 Partitionns on it 1 NTFS 1 Ext2 and 1 NTFS perhaps that has confused the Hummy I Think I may reformat it with ext3 though just in case you never can tell.In that case they must have fixed the problem in a later firmware release. It never used to work.
Found this from 2009
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Caused a lot of problems on launch and Humax finally admitted only EXT3 worked. None of the firmware upgrades have ever mentioned it ever being fixed.
The Freeview-HD boxes work OK with EXT2 though.