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Topic # 147337 16-Jun-2014 16:38
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Hi all!

I have taken the advice posted up about what EGP import software I should use for my HTPC and I have deleted Big Screen EPG and now I am trying to install EPG collector. I am a newbie so sorry if this has been covered before. How do I actually install the program. It is a zip file and I am unsure how to execute the installer.(whats a good free unzip) I think I should be ok with the set up etc. Thank you in advance!!!
 Regards Alastair

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  Reply # 1066833 16-Jun-2014 17:31
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You should download the msi (same place on Sourceforge as the zip) and run it. Easier for you than the zip.



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  Reply # 1066950 16-Jun-2014 19:20
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Hi, I can only see zip file on the download link, I tried the main page but just links back to zip file download??

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1066990 16-Jun-2014 20:22
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when you go to the download link,
http://sourceforge.net/projects/epgcollector/files/V4.1/

select the lower of the two install files. you want the instal......msi file.

save that one and then run it.it will install the program.

once thats in , you need to download and unzip the newest fixpack. just unzip it overtop of the existing files.



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  Reply # 1067125 16-Jun-2014 22:26
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Great and done!! Thank you so much. I think I am better suited to hardware than software!! I have a HTPC that is 99.9% awesome, all I need now is a complete EPG to go. I will spend the next few wee hours having a play. Thanks a again for the help. What a great forum!!
Alastair

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