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Topic # 113037 3-Jan-2013 12:25
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Hi, the epg with media center appears to be unlicensed after 01/01/2013. I'm assuming Microsoft has pulled the plug and other forums seem to suggest this.

I'm trying to configure EPGcollector to work with media center now but after running, it does not pick up a signal from my two tuners onboard (1 x Hauppage 1 x generic USB) and fails. Any ideas where to start troubleshooting?

I've tried changing all sorts of parameters but still no luck. I'm tuning to DVB/T and using Scotland Durris transmitter with I think 546Hz. I'm selecting the option to import directly to WMC 

Thanks for any help or advice

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  Reply # 739689 3-Jan-2013 12:35
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I'd suspect the frequencies you are trying. The tuners shouldn't be a problem (especially the Hauppauge - never have any problems with those).

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