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Started by jcdday, Wednesday Jan 16, 2008, 11:12:44 am
Quote from: jcdday;43872In Windows Vista Media Center, what listings (or station call letters) do you enter for channels 10-2, 10-3, 10-4, 10-5 and 36-1 to be able to download the schedule for these channels? Thanks!
Quote from: Jayflap;43964The odd thing is that MCE gets it's information from Zap2it.com. If you go to Zap2it.com, they have all the proper listings for 10.1-10.8 and 36.1. Why Microsoft cannot get the correct listings is confusing. J
Quote from: Will;43978If anyone knows how to map guide data from TWC 501-504 to the analog 10-1 to 10-4, I would greatly appreciate it if you could post how you did it. When I tried, I was only able to set up TWC data, and couldn't add the OTA ATSC channels afterward.The setup has you tell it how you get your signal. It says you can set up OTA after you do cable, but I can't figure out how to get OTA added as a source after I've selected cable. It was an exercise in frustration. I only have one tuner card.Thanks,Will
Quote from: GBK;43986does your card only support one or the other format (what tuner is it?) or is it a hybrid design? You need a "Ntsc" tuner and a ATSC tuner for that to work if your card is picking one or the other you'll have a problem.
Quote from: Will;43996I have this card. It's a re-branded Hauppauge WinTV-HVR-1500. It is a hybrid tuner. So. I guess that's my answer, then? A hybrid tuner won't let me set up the guide for both TW and OTA ATSC, since there's only one tuner?Thanks for the help,Will
Quote from: Tom Snyder;45491Does Vista's Service Pack1 restore your OS to XP? :rof:
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