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Topic # 66684 21-Aug-2010 17:58
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I have just bought a avermedia dvb-t

USB twin tuner. Works awesome in windows media centre, don't know why I haven't tried it earlier. Epg looks awesome. But it only shows about 4 hours. The card said it would do 7 days.



I have Internet on my phone only...



Any smart ideas? Firmware fix?

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  Reply # 370751 21-Aug-2010 18:29
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Windows Media Centre only uses the inline EPG, which is limited. To use the full EPG you need support for MHEG5 which Media Centre still does not provile.

Look at the sticky posts in this forum, mainly:

1.To collect full EPG from MHEG5: http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=126&topicid=61903
2.To load the EPG: http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=126&topicid=66666





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  Reply # 370753 21-Aug-2010 18:35
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Thanks very much man! Been finding it hard to search th forums from my phone

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