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Topic # 90173 16-Sep-2011 07:53
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Hi,

I have got the  http://sourceforge.net/projects/epgcollector/  running on the machine and pulling down the xml file.
When I go to activate the TV guide feature.  It asks for post code.  I reply 0000.   The software than goes away and comes back with "TV Program Guide listings are not available for your country or region"   I have the region as New Zealand.  I have a recently upgrade from analog card to digital.  Using Hauppauge HVR2200 Dual digital PCI-E 
Can anyone advise how I get the program guide to show up. 

TIA.


 

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  Reply # 521772 16-Sep-2011 08:34
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You do realise XP MCE 2005 won't work with DVB-T anyway?

MCE 2005 also has no native way of importing XML files, you'll need to use a 3rd party app for this.




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  Reply # 521793 16-Sep-2011 09:22
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If you are use 7mc EPG Collector can import directly without creating an xml file or you can use BSEPG which has more sophisticated features for importing.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 521839 16-Sep-2011 10:58
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The card works fine in the media center 2005.
Prime digital has best digital signal.  We are on the north shore of auckland.
Again 2 issues to solve.
1. how do you import EPG data pulled into media center 2005?
2. how do you activate the program guide in media center as giving the error stated already? 

Tia 

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