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Topic # 5269 14-Oct-2005 08:46
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From ZM news this morning, Microsoft is officially launching MCE systems in NZ today... sounds great! BUT shame we wont be able to use EPG feature on MCE.... is there anyway to get to the EPG? Perhaps someone have the access to the broadcasting programmes? or a program that can read from Teletext and output as XML? or access to sky's programme guide and read and automatically output it into XML? mmmm


From XtraMSN: Microsoft Launches Media Centre




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Reply # 21500 14-Oct-2005 08:58
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That's good - but you were able to purchase Winows MCE PCs since last year. I am sure they worked to have the MCE and EPG by now (I know there was a person testing this at Microsoft NZ), but if EPG is not making it...

That's a shame.







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Reply # 21501 14-Oct-2005 09:03
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It's official again! :-)

Incidentally, MCE Rollup2 is also available now. Check Windows/Microsoft Updates soon. MSDN members can access MSDN site for the update. (news from neowin.net)




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  Reply # 21899 22-Oct-2005 20:24
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And don't forget to also install the Rollup to Rollup 2 .... was a bit of a mess the rollup 2 release.



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  Reply # 21930 24-Oct-2005 16:00
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rollup rollup? make me think of uncle toby's rollup..




anyhow, is EPGRunner/MrGeek compatible with MCE2005+RollUp2?




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