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    I also tried changing the parameters a few months ago and got no where.
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    The VU+ blindscan binary sees every lnb as Universal.
    Just thought it might be easier to use circular as opposed to user defined since circular is already set to 10750MHz.
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    I could replace all with universal lnbs, but it would be more of a hassle to replace all of them on the fixed dishes. In the interim, I'll just keep scanning the ku dishes with the Raptor, A3 and X2 once I get a chance to hook them up again. After the remodel, half of the garage is still full of storage which has to be moved back in to the house.

    By the way, which files did the latest easy decompiler not work?
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    Channel Selection and Enigma in OpenPLi are two that it did not decompile recently. That decompiler is hit & miss. Always has been, but what can you expect for free?
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    I got Standard or 10750 lnb working with Blindscan. It was not that big of a deal to add it, but to do it right where it would be accepted into the images as default would take more time/work. The reason I like Enigma2 is it can be customized by the User. A few screenshots are attached.

    The images below were made using a Standard 10750 LNB Running BlindScan.
    Free Channel Scan Only
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    Cool. Is that with the user defined settings in the tuner section?
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    Again, The Vu+ blindscan sees all lnbs as universal. So you should be able to use any setting that will work or any setting that you have used in the past for Standard lnbs.
    I prefer to use the Circular LOF because it is already configured correctly for a 10750 lnb.

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    Tried the circular setting a long time ago and it never worked for me. Tried it yesterday with the same results. Scans in a few sats but are incomplete.

    Which files did you have to change in order to get your standard lnbs to work?
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    The scan will be incomplete because the transponders are being found using a 10600 L.O. frequency, then the found transponders are being scanned using a 10750 L.O. frequency. Think about it and it makes sense as to why your blindscan did not work.

    The only file that needs to be changed to get the 10750 lnb to blindscan is the plugin file in the blindscan folder. You can get fancy and make changes to other files, but you only Have To alter the plugin file.
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    A lot more work needs to be done to make this presentable for an image addition. I will show you what is need at a minimum, but doing it this way makes the plugin useless for Universal lnb blindscan.

    Add a routine to calculate a 10750 lnb.
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    Change the lnb cutoff to 11550 (I used 11500)
    This cutoff exists in two places.
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    Doing it this way deletes the first 150 MHz of transponders (11700 - 11850). So you need to drop down at least 150 MHz with the bottom scan limit (11700 - 150 = 11550).
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