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  # 1024757 14-Apr-2014 10:46
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Last night I redid the procedure as described above in post #1024186.

The listings all appear to be there this morning.

This is what my channel edit list in WMC looks like: .

When I ran EPG collector again, Maori was filled in with "EPG collector" after its name but no number. Not sure if any if this stuff is significant...

The listings for C4 and Al-Jazeera run out on weds. After that it says No Data

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  # 1024783 14-Apr-2014 11:17
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The number after the name is only there if there is more than 1 version of the channel. It's the service ID.

Just check in the EPGC log that there it created data for Al Jaz and C4 after that date. Note that there are multiple versions of both of those channels. The info is near the end of a collection where it lists all the channels, start and end dates, record counts etc. I'm sure it will have loaded data for those channels after that date.

As far as I can see there are 2 possibilities. Either WMC is overwriting the entries loaded by EPGC (but then it must be EIT data and there is something like 12 hours of that for each channel) or the channel you see in the guide is not the entry that EPGC is loading the data against.

If the data disappears again, immediately go into edit channel for a channel with no data and check that the mapping is still correct and refers to the EPG Collector name.

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