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Topic # 30384 6-Feb-2009 10:13
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We’ve received several requests from the community to describe what is in the listings files that are download onto your machines running Windows Media Center TV Pack 2008 (and Windows 7). The attached document describes what is in the file.

Loading in your own listings is not a supported scenario. If you try to load in your own listings and things aren’t working, please don’t expect Microsoft support on this.

(Since there doesnt seem to be a way to attached files, I'll just put in a link to a post with the file


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  Reply # 194438 6-Feb-2009 10:33
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Mate, let me be the first here in NZ to thank you.  I'm not sure that I will understand it myself, but there will be many people around here and Aust who do who will eventually release a 3rd party solution.

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  Reply # 194439 6-Feb-2009 10:42
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Cheers!

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  Reply # 194457 6-Feb-2009 12:54
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Thanks Mike!  I'm sure the guru's here and over at XPMediaCentre.com.au have just had all their Christamses come at once!  Looking forward to seeing what solutions come from this.

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  Reply # 195266 11-Feb-2009 09:57
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This guy in Aussie has what looks like a pretty sweet working (closed) beta.  He says it will be going open beta soon

http://mobilewares.spaces.live.com/blog/cns!78533A1A2E078194!3014.entry

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  Reply # 195757 13-Feb-2009 21:13
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Thanks for this Mike :-)

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