Media center guide not updating
Both standard- and high-definition unencrypted video are supported through DVB-T and ATSC standards.It is possible to view encrypted cable television channels by using an internal or external tuner that supported Cable CARD.
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Funny: as under Vista Home Premium this information was available. "Windows 7" and related materials are trademarks of Microsoft Corp.
Starting several weeks ago channels in the guide were not showing programming out the usual two weeks.
When I selected to update the guide an error occurred.
If you are getting the proper feed then you should have a fortnight's worth of data - plus a lot more metadata.
(I'm getting only the OTA EPG data too) Is this a premature end of media centre?
Other than reloading the entire Win7 Home Prem, which some say works and others say doesn't, any ideas on this?