Terms and Conditions

February 22nd, 2011 Leave a comment Go to comments

Terms and Conditions (of Use and Service)

MyHumax.Org is a non-profit site dedicated to creating a community around Humax products (specifically PVRs and STB released in the UK), using Forum, Wiki, and Blog online technologies.

  1. Under no circumstances should you say or do anything that will bring this site into disrepute.
  2. You should be respectful to the opinions and beliefs of others and should not provoke unwanted reactions.
  3. You should not post any illegal, unlawful, indecent, racist, sexist, ageist, abusive or libellous comments and material on this site.
  4. Moderators and Administrators of MyHumax.Org reserve the right to modify or remove posts that we consider to be in breach of these rules.

Disclaimers:

  1. MyHumax.Org staff (including moderators and administrators) are not responsible for the content of external sites (links that take you away from myhumax.org).
  2. MyHumax.Org staff (including moderators and administrators) can not be held responsible for any adverse cause and action (such as injury or death, financial lost, damage to property, illegal or unlawful activities, etc.) resulting from taking advice posted on this site by staff and/or members.
  1. Super Admin
    February 22nd, 2012 at 19:11 | #1

    This forum was setup with the primary aim of aiding Humax PVR and STB owners. While we encourage forum members to help themselves and each other out via discussion and exchange of information, we discourage activities that might cause people to ‘infringe’ laws and/or break terms of conditions of third parties involved.

    We currently view the activity of decrypting HD recordings on the Humax PVR as one such activity that might break the terms and conditions governing the use of the Humax device imposed by the UK broadcasters, and hence we will remove links and posts instructing users to do this.

    Please co-operate with this forum’s terms and conditions and refrain from making posts with information and links which encourage users to readily perform this activity.

  2. Edward Ancell
    November 5th, 2012 at 11:36 | #2

    I agree to your terms & conditions, just a home user with a problem.

    Ed.

  3. Bet49
    January 5th, 2013 at 20:11 | #3

    we were watching a film recorded on BBC 4 when a message came up channel scrambled and not available?? we tried several other recordings same thing we have plenty of space on hard disk. Machine bought 2010, Humax HDR fox freeview. anyone know why and how to sort it

  4. Dennis Norman
    January 7th, 2013 at 13:43 | #4

    I registered for this website forum about 5 days ago, and have been waiting ever since for verification and password. Nothing so far.
    Can you advise why the delay, or progress my registration.
    I cannot see where to send my request other than here – I hope this works.
    I have tried setting up my details again, but cannot progress it as “my email is already in the system”.
    Dennis

  5. Admin
    January 8th, 2013 at 12:53 | #5

    @Bet49
    Please make a post in the forum asking for help using these instructions: https://myhumax.org/blog/?p=866

  6. Admin
    January 8th, 2013 at 12:54 | #6

    @Dennis Norman
    If you have an issue with registration, account or password, please email myhumax.org@gmail.com

  7. rodc
    July 16th, 2014 at 20:07 | #7

    Just bought a 2000T :)

  8. smo1
    November 4th, 2014 at 20:23 | #8

    Just bought a 2000T 500GB to replace my old 9200 where the clock had died, up to then it was brilliant. Have a couple of problems with this new unit do I post them here or wait?

    Cheers

  9. Oneandsix
    March 19th, 2015 at 20:21 | #9

    I am trying to control a Humax Freesat HDR in another room using a Marmtek power mid IR receiver/transmitter. All hi-Fi equipment works fine except Humax, where a double click is required to operate the box.
    Any ideas for single click operation please. Handset work fine with Humax if pointed directly.

  10. Tim Cumper
    March 28th, 2015 at 06:55 | #10

    Hi – just been reading on the forum problems with the download loop of the software update for HDR 2000t – via ariel.
    Indeed – but found a solution.
    Download and unpack the zip file of update to USB stick.
    Power off the 2000t.
    Remove ariel from 2000t.
    Insert USB stick.
    On power up – IMMEDIATELY press menu button on remote – to prevent upload attempt via ariel again.
    If file is correct on USB stick – download and install should commence and complete very swiftly.

  11. Magus
    April 5th, 2015 at 11:38 | #11

    I have never used a forum or blog before but as my Humax HDR-2000T 500GB recorder caused me such irritation recently I figured I should share the solution.
    My Humax decided to start updating it’s software a week ago and when it got to 99% it then returned to zero and started all over again in a continuous loop. It stated do not disconnect but after 3 times I removed the plug and HDMI cable for a while in the hope that this would resolve the problem. It didn’t.
    After a week I rang John Lewis in Cribbs Causeway, Bristol where I bought it, the nice man helpfully found the answer to get it out of the loop. Here goes….
    Unplug the Humax for at least 10 minutes. Next, sit on the floor by the box under the television (that’s where I expect yours is too) Plug the Humax back into the wall/multi-socket and immediately when the HUMAX wording appears on the screen, HOLD THE CHANNEL DOWN BUTTON in for 30 seconds. That’s the upside down “V” not the one on the remote! The light on the front will turn to blue. When you release the down button, either the television will either automatically come on or the blue light will go back to red. If it’s red, wait a few minutes for it to settle down then touch the remote on/off button. The Humax should be out of the loop. Good luck.

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