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# 105400 3-Jul-2012 20:03
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Brand new X-9200HD unboxed today.  Working fine including EPG.  Older firmware version so no DLNA.
Upgraded firmware to v2.10.11
Seemed to go fine. 
However the EPG is not populating for TV3, TV4 etc.

TV1, TV2 etc has programme detail but not TV3, TV4.

Tried turning off and on.
Double checked settings including LOOPED.

Any advise would be appreciated.

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  # 650229 3-Jul-2012 20:15
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do you get it if you start to watch tv3 then check the guide again.  TV3 is on different frequencies so doesnt always pick up

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  # 650267 3-Jul-2012 21:16
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No. I can change to tv3 and watch tv3 but the epg does not populate. It does not even know the shows name.


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  # 650382 4-Jul-2012 06:15
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EPG back this morning.
I am gonna blame the broadcaster as between going to bed last night (not working) and now (working) 9200hd ain't done nothing ( excuse double negative)

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  # 651037 5-Jul-2012 05:42
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Some people reported EPG issues on Freeview lastnight

If you are using 2.10.11 you need to ask your supplier for the latest firmware.


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  # 651045 5-Jul-2012 07:09
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I am informed:
Kordia was making changes in order to get ChoiceTV running and temporarily things were not as they should be (now fixed).

Yup, it was the broadcaster.

At least it wasn't someone hacking my network via the X9200HD and stealing my credit card details from my PC or turning off my central heating.

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