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Topic # 165871 23-Feb-2015 14:07
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So I have the EPG collector working, and created a CMD file for the scheduler. I am aware that the collector will fail if WMC is running.

So what services do I need to stop / start to get the WMC to automatically restart after the EPG has run ?

I can stop ehRecvr service, run the EPG collector, then restart service, but WMC Live TV stays stalled unless I restart WMC.

WMC is configured to run on startup. It's for a dedicated HTPC.





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Yeah, if Live TV is running. If Live TV is stopped, the the EPG Collector runs fine.

EPG Collector exits with code 10.

From the Logs:
Information :Tuner In Use - ignored: AverMedia BDA DVBS Tuner
Error : No Tuner available to tune Frequency 12456000 - H
Finished - Created 0 EPG Entries

Possible that I  have a single input DVB-S tuner, so the EPG Collector cannot locate an alternative tuner to pull down the EPG.




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