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Smart Programmers history. The ECM affected all cards with code, and barely any card was spared. What made the ECM even more devastating, was that the card's Security Area was written to, thus marking the card permanently, and making it unusable. Bootloaders Device designed to circumvent the Black Sunday ECM. The device is shaped like an access card on one end, and has an access card slot on the other. A Black Sunday ECM'ed H-card is placed into the slot, and then the entire setup "becomes" the new, fixed H-card. When a hacker wishes to program this card, he simply inserts the bootloader with H-card into a programmer (since the bootloader has an end shaped exactly like the card) and does so. The device works by glitching past the test of the security area. As of late, DirecTV has implimented hashing on bootloaders, making them useless for anything but emulation. 1) You understand that all information on this web site is informational in nature and is protected by the fundamental right of free speech GUARANTEED by both the United States Constitution and Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. As outlined above, although simple access of the information on this site may be legal and protected under various may NOT be legal in certain countries and jurisdictions, in specific, The United States. If you are in doubt, you should seek legal advice BEFORE putting any information on this site to a practical use. By entering this web site, you hereby and without exception agree to the following terms and conditions of use and legal restrictions.; 1) You understand that this web site, and all directly associated web sites are wholly owned, operated and hosted in the sovereign province and nation of British Columbia, Canada and are operated in accordance to the applicable laws and statutes of Canada and British Columbia. We make no representation that the materials on this site are appropriate for use outside Canada. 2) You understand that this web site's intended audience are residents of Canada and other countries where use of test cards is considered legal. You understand that the worldwide nature of the Internet makes it impossible to regulate the audience and it is possible to access this web site in countries where use of test cards is illegal. You box will be displayed once your manual calibration setting has been stored. Click "OK" 9) Remove the serial cable (and power supply if you need to) 10) Connect the power supply, insert your HU card into the Avenger SE card slot (microchip facing upwards) and allow 1 minute for Initial Calibration to complete. 11) Insert the Avenger SE emulation board into your receiver, and check the status of the Green Calibration LED: 12) Check the status of the Green Calibration LED: (a) If the green Calibration LED indicator flashes ON slowly (approximately 6 seconds between each flash) and video is restored, you have successfully calibrated the unit. (b) If the green Calibration LED indicator flashes OFF slowly (approximately 6 seconds between each flash) and video remains intermittent after 1 minute: - remove the Emulation board from your receiver. - Reconnect the Serial cable to your PC COM port. - repeat from step 6), incrementing the calibration setting in step 7) by 1. (i.e. Set the spending limit to 2 on your receiver). (c) If the green Calibration LED indicator remains lit and there is no video; repeat from step 6), incrementing the calibration setting in step 7) by 1. (I.e. Set the spending limit to 2 on your receiver). In order to return the unit to auto NOTE: The Avenger SE calibration software will automatically reset the Avenger SE to factory defaults before applying any setting you have selected using the procedures in Section 4.0, so in that case this RESET procedure is not necessary. 5.2 Calibration problems The 4 most common calibration problems arise from the following: 1) Your HU Card has had its code modified and you are experiencing "Hashing" as a result. This can be corrected by following procedure "3.3 Clean your HU Card (Required Loader)" and repeating one of the calibration steps in section "4.0 Initial Calibration Procedure". 2) You have calibrated another HU Card on the same unit and the previous settings are now stored. This can be corrected by following procedure "5.1 Resetting your Avenger SE to Factory Defaults" and repeating one of the calibration steps in section "4.0 Initial Calibration Procedure" for your new card. 3) Your card has not been updated to USW 0800 and DSW 0600 (the latest revision of card software). This can be corrected by following procedure Smart Programmers

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