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Topic # 112289 4-Dec-2012 01:12
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Has anyone else had an issue where all TVNZ channels are showing "To be announced"? Seems to have only been since Friday or maybe the weekend. My stuff on Friday was all fine but todays didn't tape.

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  Reply # 726589 4-Dec-2012 08:32
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Have you checked your network settings to confirm you have an IP address. The "To be announced" message happens to me when my downloaded EPG data is running out and I have lost network connectivity for some reason.

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  Reply # 727019 4-Dec-2012 18:37
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I have the same issues with the EPG, I hope the below hasn't happened already!!

josephhinvest: Unfortunately with the current level of support for TiVo I would not be surprised it we don't get it at all. 
I love my TiVo, and fear that after a reasonable time to avoid legal action, TiVo support and EPG data will just disappear into thin air. Boo. 

Cheers, 
Joseph

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 727035 4-Dec-2012 19:20
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Hman3434: I have the same issues with the EPG, I hope the below hasn't happened already!!

josephhinvest: Unfortunately with the current level of support for TiVo I would not be surprised it we don't get it at all. 
I love my TiVo, and fear that after a reasonable time to avoid legal action, TiVo support and EPG data will just disappear into thin air. Boo. 

Cheers, 
Joseph

Well given the mytivo.co.nz website is still showing the next 14 days listings, I don't think that's your problem

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