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Topic # 62930 17-Jun-2010 10:12
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Hopeing someone can help me here.

I had MediaPortal 1.0.2 running perfectly with DVB-T using XMLTV for the guide. I added a DVB-S card last night so i can view SBS and this is working fine.

Problem is that the EPG is now having issues. I have switched off XMLTV and combined the Freeview channels on DVB-S and DVB-T but I'm not getting full 7 days of data on all channels.

I'm getting it for TV1 and TV2 and a few others along with SBS HD and SBS 2.

Any ideas? Should I maybe claer all of om channels and start again?




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  Reply # 342802 17-Jun-2010 22:45
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sbs is on diff polarity from freeview. perhaps you need to schedule your dvbs to tune in a freeview channell for a couple hours to give it time to gather stream on other pol. my mce with dvs loses ss guide data regularly cause i hardly ever tune in to it. as soon as i swithe to chan for few mins, i get ss guid data too.




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  Reply # 345480 26-Jun-2010 11:22
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Does anyone know of a xmltv source that has freeview and sbs?




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