OK, so I usually do the right thing then when scanning on a card without a CI/CAM and map the channels afterwards. Thanks again!No I don't think so. Sometimes CAMs just cause trouble with scanning. I've seen reports over the years where CAMs block or corrupt all or part of the stream from the tuner. That can cause TV Server to not find some or all channels, or to receive scrambled/garbled channel details. I don't know what causes it. Maybe not enough power available for the tuner/CAM to operate properly; maybe a compatibility issue between CAM and CI slot; maybe a tuner or CI slot driver issue; maybe a CAM configuration issue; maybe a CAM firmware issue; maybe a CAM processor limitation (stream bit-rate too high or too many sub-streams). The list goes on. Many possibilities. All I know is that scanning is more reliable when the CAM is removed.MIght be a poor connection between CAM and TBS-card then?
But I still have no clue why it after ten days suddenly started to work. But right now I really don't care, because it is now working again!