Started by ozbear, December 09, 2016, 11:04:07 AM
Quote from: Dave on December 09, 2016, 01:38:17 PMThis has been happening for several months. It's not just something that's started with ABC HD.
Quote from: ozbear on December 09, 2016, 03:33:47 PMDave, given what my system was showing prior to the scan (ABCHD in the Guide, etc.), could I have just skipped the entire fandango? Was everything already fixed up by WMC and/or the Windows Ice app? Just want to know what to do (or not do) the next time a new channel is available.Oz
Quote from: ozbear on December 09, 2016, 11:04:07 AMI hadn't done a channel scan for some time, and after getting the email from IceTV about the new ABC HD channel I thought I should. Note, that ABC HD had automagically appeared in my Guide listings prior to the scan, but I thought I should "just in case".So I did a complete new scan, not "scan for additional channels", and all was well (38 channels found), or so I thought, until I noticed all the channel 7 channels (7, 70, 71, etc.) had no guide data. I went to Edit Channels and saw that the Logical Channel Numbers (LCNs) were in the 200 range, channel 7 being 202 (I think, and so forth). After changing these to the correct LCNs, the various 7x-ICE listings were available, the guide listings/logos appeared, and recordings rescheduled for those channels.I've never seen this happen before. Anyone have a clue?The tuners are 1 Hauppauge WinTVHVR-2200 (dual tuners on the card) and one HDHomeRun (actually rebadged Kaiser-Bass, HDHR3-AU I believe) 2 tuner network tuner.Oz
Quote from: aja07 on February 23, 2017, 11:32:40 AMHi, I lost all my channel 7 LCN's yesterday. Did a full rescan still no luck, came here and found the work around. Voila! all fixed, Thank You.
Quote from: Dave at IceTV on February 23, 2017, 12:16:10 PMSome devices are affected more than others. Windows Media Center suffers the most because the channels move to incorrect channel numbers.
Quote from: MD on June 11, 2017, 05:12:03 PMNope we still have customers, including me in Sydney, who get the same LCN allocations. Doesn't effect the performance of MCE at all though.