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Topic # 143743 25-Apr-2014 13:43
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Hi,

Just got a single USB tuner currently (playing around, looking at using a PC for PVR to replace 2 or 3 other boxes) and wanting to run EPG Collector.

I seem to be getting no results found on frequencies 570MHz, 586MHz and 602MHz.

Are any of these the ones being used in Tauranga? (these are the possible frequencies which can be collected when set area "Tauranga - Kopukairua (After April 2012)".
TVService is running and can tune into channels (on Mediaworks and TVNZ, when I scanned I was plugged into bad signal so couldn't get Kordia, on good signal now which we usually use for a PVR which gets MHEG5 EPG fine).

Used this guide to setup, here
My "freeview.ini" file is: here
I installed 4.1 using the MSI file, then dragged the fix 21 files into the EPG Collector directory. In the history, the software version shows as "4.1 FP 21" so I think I installed the fix properly.


I hope someone can help.

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  Reply # 1031153 25-Apr-2014 15:15
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Post the EPG Collector.log file.

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  Reply # 1031191 25-Apr-2014 15:55
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Just to check, in case you went straight to the "Tauranga" option without thinking too hard about it: Is your aerial actually pointing to Kopukairua? I believe that Te Aroha is also visible from Tauranga and it uses different frequencies.

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 1031302 25-Apr-2014 18:38
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Behodar: Just to check, in case you went straight to the "Tauranga" option without thinking too hard about it: Is your aerial actually pointing to Kopukairua? I believe that Te Aroha is also visible from Tauranga and it uses different frequencies.


Ah, yes. That solved it, Te Aroha works fine. Thanks

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