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Topic # 95418 3-Jan-2012 12:39
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Hi GeekZone users, i just thought i'd let you know on my website thepslovercrew.comyr.com i will put up an XMLTV guide for download.

I rip it over-the-air from manawatu and will put it up with the NZ TV Logos

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  Reply # 563988 3-Jan-2012 12:45
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Good luck dealing with the lawyers when you get your letter to take it down - it's not a case of if that will happen, merely when it will happen.






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  Reply # 564732 5-Jan-2012 12:10
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that is why i'm not telling SKY.

Then i'll start again probably, and have nzepg.org been taken down? NO or haventech.co.nz (Which is a satellite Sky epg) NO.
EDIT: thats why i use freeview HD

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 564734 5-Jan-2012 12:12
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DAMN IT Forget it then.

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