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Thread: My NMT cannot connect since I upgraded to 3.3.8

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    My NMT cannot connect since I upgraded to 3.3.8

    This is the output of the NMT Checker:
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    Checking for mvpmc share on DELL8700
    
    Checking GB-PVR.html links
    c:\mvpmc\GB-PVR.html not found
    
    NMT IP Address: 192.168.1.50  MAC 0006DC8024C6
    
    GB-PVR Not Installed
    
    N-PVR Installed C:\Users\Public\NPVR
    config.xml entry found Client Type PCH2
    MVPName FamilyRoomPCH
    MVPClientType PCH2
    MVPWidth 1236
    MVPHeight 696
    MVPOffsetX 20
    MVPOffsetY 12
    MVPSendIncrementalUpdates true
    MVPAspectRatio default
    MVPSkin Default
    
    Enabled true
    Port 8866
    
    The remote server returned an error: (404) Not Found.
    
    Checking NMT Version
    01-17-101217-15-POP-403-000
    
    Checking NMT Display
    1080i 60Hz
    
    Calling NMT Source
    I tried renaming all my plug-ins with underscore at the beginning. I stopped my service & zipped the log directory.
    Tuners: Ceton InfiniTV quad cable card tuner (PCIe). SD HDHR Connect Quatro Tuner (HDHR5-4US). Use only QAM on HDHR. HDPVR - for Fox owned channels.
    Viewing: Usually an NMT connected via MoCA. Sometimes directly on the server below. Sometimes when I travel I use an NMT served from my laptop with a portable hard-drive.
    EPG: XML from SchedulesDirect via MC2XML
    Provider: Verizon Fios
    Server: Dell XPS 8700 with Windows 8.1

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    I don't see a mvpmc share do you use USB?

    Martin

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    Quote Originally Posted by mvallevand View Post
    I don't see a mvpmc share do you use USB?

    Martin
    Yes. I zipped the contents & attached
    Tuners: Ceton InfiniTV quad cable card tuner (PCIe). SD HDHR Connect Quatro Tuner (HDHR5-4US). Use only QAM on HDHR. HDPVR - for Fox owned channels.
    Viewing: Usually an NMT connected via MoCA. Sometimes directly on the server below. Sometimes when I travel I use an NMT served from my laptop with a portable hard-drive.
    EPG: XML from SchedulesDirect via MC2XML
    Provider: Verizon Fios
    Server: Dell XPS 8700 with Windows 8.1

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    That looks fine, did you check the firewall settings to make sure both TCP and UDP are allowed for NextPVR.exe and Nrecord.exe

    Martin

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    Quote Originally Posted by mvallevand View Post
    That looks fine, did you check the firewall settings to make sure both TCP and UDP are allowed for NextPVR.exe and Nrecord.exe

    Martin
    Yes, I just checked that. Both have both protocols.

    When I run ProcessExplorer, there are no NextPVR.exe children under Nrecord.exe for the NMT. I'm pretty sure that in the previous versions, it was always there. Now, if I start Fred's Samsung client, Nrecord.exe spawns a NextPVR.exe, but there isn't one for the NMT.
    Tuners: Ceton InfiniTV quad cable card tuner (PCIe). SD HDHR Connect Quatro Tuner (HDHR5-4US). Use only QAM on HDHR. HDPVR - for Fox owned channels.
    Viewing: Usually an NMT connected via MoCA. Sometimes directly on the server below. Sometimes when I travel I use an NMT served from my laptop with a portable hard-drive.
    EPG: XML from SchedulesDirect via MC2XML
    Provider: Verizon Fios
    Server: Dell XPS 8700 with Windows 8.1

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    True the MVP server isn't starting since the 2nd. Have you rebooted?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mvallevand View Post
    True the MVP server isn't starting since the 2nd. Have you rebooted?

    Could
    Yes, I have rebooted a few times. The 2nd is when I upgraded. Basically, it hasn't started since I upgraded.

    By the way, I want to thank you for helping me. I realize I didn't mention that before.
    Tuners: Ceton InfiniTV quad cable card tuner (PCIe). SD HDHR Connect Quatro Tuner (HDHR5-4US). Use only QAM on HDHR. HDPVR - for Fox owned channels.
    Viewing: Usually an NMT connected via MoCA. Sometimes directly on the server below. Sometimes when I travel I use an NMT served from my laptop with a portable hard-drive.
    EPG: XML from SchedulesDirect via MC2XML
    Provider: Verizon Fios
    Server: Dell XPS 8700 with Windows 8.1

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    Quote Originally Posted by ElihuRozen View Post
    Yes, I have rebooted a few times. The 2nd is when I upgraded. Basically, it hasn't started since I upgraded.

    By the way, I want to thank you for helping me. I realize I didn't mention that before.
    No problem helping. Do you have the recording service ticked to interact with the desktop?

    Martion

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    Quote Originally Posted by mvallevand View Post
    No problem helping. Do you have the recording service ticked to interact with the desktop?

    Martion
    Yes, that is still set.

    Should I ask sub why the there is no MVP Server running?
    Tuners: Ceton InfiniTV quad cable card tuner (PCIe). SD HDHR Connect Quatro Tuner (HDHR5-4US). Use only QAM on HDHR. HDPVR - for Fox owned channels.
    Viewing: Usually an NMT connected via MoCA. Sometimes directly on the server below. Sometimes when I travel I use an NMT served from my laptop with a portable hard-drive.
    EPG: XML from SchedulesDirect via MC2XML
    Provider: Verizon Fios
    Server: Dell XPS 8700 with Windows 8.1

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    The NRecord logs show an MVP server starting but there are no MVP logs to match it don't know where else sub can look. The clue might be in the Windows Event Viewer are in your anti-virus. logs

    Maybe if you start manually you will see something else

    C:\Program Files (x86)\NPVR\NextPVR.exe -mvpmode

    Martin

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