I have just opened 8 boxes and 4 of them were model 70001 and 4 were model 70009. All of the boxes were labeled Model 294 SL-294-V2.0-UK. It could indicate that in a transition phase old card board boxes are used for the 70009 model. -- PeterLoje 19:08, August 9, 2007
- Ugh! How maddening. Thanks for the info update Peter. --CityK 18:09, 10 August 2007 (CEST)
My stick is a 70009 device, and on the box is labeled "modelo 1157 SL-1157-V2.1-SP". --cescp 00:28, 29 August 2007 (CEST)
I have just bought a 70009 and got it working tonight thanks to the linux tv tutorials tonight. The tuning is not perfect since only 6 TV channels are picked up, but I think it can definitely be argued that the sick works under opensuse 10.2. Cheers! --Domini1000 21:16 12 October 2007
I just bought a brand new WinTV Nova-T USB-Stick in Germany. It seems to be a new model, because the hardware-information shows model 7070. The complete info string is:
info.udi string /org/freedesktop/Hal/devices/usb_device_2040_7070_4030943411_if0
I do not find any way to get it work, following all the hints available on the net. I am afraid that a new version of the firmware is needed. Even the Windows-files seem to be changed, because the file hcwusdtl.sys mentioned on http://www.wi-bw.tfh-wildau.de/~pboettch/home/index.php?site=dvb-usb-firmware is not on the installation-CD or on a windows system.
Is there anything, I could do to help getting this model to work? --Det345 28 November 2007