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Wannabe Geek

Topic # 76542 3-Feb-2011 16:07
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I am using EPG collector version 3 with the latest fixup on a Windows 7 Media Center PC using a Haupage HVR3000.

I am in the Waikato area connecting to the Te-Aroha Freeview HD service.

I have used EPG collector version 3 quite a few times and never had any problems with it until now.

Every time I collect the EPG data the status code is 0 at the end which from what I gather is good however 2 days ago it keeps on saying the stations that I am retrieving on Have no data and because of that no epg entries are added to the xml file.

I have deleted and reconfigured the epg collector.ini file and ran the import again to avail.

I have also tried changing the frequencies on the list to make sure it isnt one of the frequencies that might be playing up but they all have the no data problem....

My PID is 0x3EC (i think the c refers that I am on the 3rd available frequency)

If anyone knows whats going on or how to fix it, I would very much appreciate it.

btw, EPG collector is run in administrator mode for reference.


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  Reply # 435122 4-Feb-2011 01:26
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Download and install fixpack 3 from SourceForge. If that doesn't fix it then post an issue in the SourceForge forum...

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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 435146 4-Feb-2011 08:10
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I have already got the latest fix pack (as stated in my first post).
I made sure that I had before posting on the forum.

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