What software version ?

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  1. HMHB

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    Does anyone know (I bet Starburst does !!) what version of software is the latest for normal Sky Digital boxes (ie not Sky+).
    I've been waiting to see if they've managed to fix the program listings unavailable problem.
     
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    The last update sent to various Pace digiboxes was....

    OS............. 1.2S4Bp
    EPG............ 3.1a.5


    No problems with the listings since that was sent a couple of weeks ago and no crashes either. There have been a few reports of problems still persisting with Panasonic boxes which seems to have brought about a second EPG software release for that manufacturer (EPG..... 3.1a.6).
     
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    Mine's a Panasonic - I'll check mine tonight when I get home and force an update of the software if it's not the latest
     
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    My amstrad always crashesat some point if I use the Sky interactive news. It used to be fie 2 software releases ago.
    It is also prone to locking up and needing a reboot.
    It has the latest software so the problems don't look likely to go away.
     

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