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and pray it stays happy 🙂 Reply Ronald Carter says: April 28, 2006 at 6:04 am Aaron, going through the steps above on a continuing and arbitrary basis doesn't make any In the interim, having a list of acceptable zip codes would be a huge assistance for other people in the community who are running into this issue. and follow Aron's suggestion above and reiterated here: %windir%Microsoft.NETFrameworkv1.1.????regasm.exe %windir%ehomeehepgdat.dll *Replace ???? I have a test system here that was running Windows 8.1 with the (paid) extra to enable Windows Media Center. this content

Reply hschroe says: September 19, 2014 at 3:43 am Thanks so much! It is way to crazy to make people go through this… JMM Reply runer says: November 15, 2006 at 12:44 pm I've also been struggling with this Error 13 for some Note I did not wait the twenty minute as recommended in other post; only long enough to start the task recovery and delete all files in ehome b. Reply Brian Adams (MCSE) says: February 25, 2006 at 3:05 am Addendum:-) I just checked my wifes PC and found the regasm in c:windowsmicrosoft.netframeworkv2.0.50727 There were 2 other folders beside it https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/astebner/2006/02/06/media-center-guide-download-error-code-13/

Windows Media Center Guide No Data Available

Then this might be the solution: Check Systems log in Event Viewer. Reply David Jones July 26, 2015 Charleston SC ZIP 29407 Works. My question; Is there a way to trick the system, short of changing the system clock and disabling the MS clock sync function?

The only way to get those channels to download guide listing was to enter MA zip codes which then got rid of all my CT guide listing. Im not sure if there is a conflict but I have had wmc running before with no problems. All I've found through Microsoft's support pages is old and will not install on Windows 10. Windows Media Center Guide Data I use Theatre, and there is an option in the settings under EVR (I believe - doing this from memory as at work) but changing to "Just Under" removed the black

Go into SetUpTV Signal and use your original zip code and it should connect to the new Rovi guide listing. Windows Media Center Guide Not Updating I apologize for the inconvenience that this issue is causing you if you are running into it 🙁 Tags Windows Media Center - General Comments (2) Cancel reply Name * I suggest you unhide hidden files and folders and show system files… (My Computer/Tools/Folder Options/View/ & uncheck "Hide protected system files…" and add a check to "Show hidden files and folders". In the meantime, please provide a web (or FTP) site, like every competent company provides, that would allow me to download the guides directly when there are problems with the "standard"

Reply Mike July 25, 2015 If anyone from Microsoft is reading this… perhaps you can help us out here? Windows Media Center Won't Update Guide I can't find any local zips codes that do…HELP! Reply Alex September 21, 2015 This zip code worked for me. Many Thanks Paul Reply Paul M says: September 26, 2006 at 6:20 pm Hi All & Aaron I forgot to add above that my problem is only with MCE on Vista

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Now, this isn't perfect, but for network shows it will work out ok. http://blogs.catapultsystems.com/cfuller/archive/2015/07/22/workaround-for-no-television-guide-available-in-windows-media-center-after-july-20th-2015/ Reply Ronald Carter says: May 7, 2006 at 4:11 pm Hi Aaron - As with most that refuse to take responsibility for a problem such as this, you state one thing Windows Media Center Guide No Data Available The problem is, the people who were involved with this "hack" are from over seas and over the "pond" they pull guide data from their provider, NOT from Microsoft like people Windows Media Center Guide Not Downloading One of my friends system didn't have issues once modifying the "ehost file and flushDNS" fix was in place.

Worth OTA Antenna Once I found a working zip code the media center application continued with TV signal detection. news Then restart the machine, relaunch Media Center and run Media Center setup again and choose to use the guide again Re-register the Media Center guide DLL by clicking on the Start To make it your accessing the MS servers outside of the US as it appears to be a regional block, not sure if that would help or not as have skimmed with whatever numbers you found when you browsed to it.* The reasoning behind using %windir% as apposed to c:windows is that windows may not be installed at c:windows while %windir% will Windows 7 Media Center Guide Not Updating

This is a HUGE PROBLEM for people that use WMC. Reply Kevin July 26, 2015 Not sure what's going on in the NY area. I recently set up my MC computer with my AFN satellite system. (I am stationed over in Japan.) And while the AFN schdule information is actually in the system under zip http://edvinfo.com/media-center/media-center-guide-error-33.html You can find the new article that I createdat this location.

However disabling the Windows Firewall during the download seem to do the trick, the entire update downloaded successfully. Windows Media Center Guide End Date I've tried everything on this blog, in the comments, and on another forum. Reply Cameron Fuller July 25, 2015 The google DNS change is just changing your media pc's DNS settings.

I don't watch TV much, but there is one show I have recorded every weekday for years.

Delete all files in C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\ehome folder 5. Reply Cameron Fuller July 26, 2015 I would recommend changing your DNS to the google ones (8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4) and then doing an ipconfig /flushdns. Reply Buck says: February 13, 2006 at 7:41 pm Aaron, As I mentioned on your other BLOG I'm signing up for future updates on this issue. Msn Tv Guide Listings Reply CagedSilver says: June 10, 2006 at 7:06 pm Thanks Aaron for spending so much time collecting all these issues and resolutions.

Reply Dale July 25, 2015 BTW: My OTA Channels and guide are working just fine. I tried searching MS help with no luck and this post did it for my WMC "Guide Download Error". I am running Vista Ultimate and was experiencing the dreaded error 13, it so turns out that my firewall's (Astaro Security Linux) transparent proxy doesn't properly support http byte-ranged requests. check my blog The existing recordings aren't removed but the schedule for anything new needs to be re-created if you remove and re-install windows media center.

It immediately skips to telling me to check my hardware through the control panel. This is driving me crazy. Reply Dragonfly says: May 3, 2008 at 11:57 am #3 (adding ehSched.exe to the Windows Firewall Exception List) worked for me when I encountered this problem on one of my Vista Then went fine (even tho' WMC was open and I just restarted it after the 15 mins wait).

any help would be appreciated. Reply matt July 25, 2015 just tried and no good. I removed MC, stopped MC services, renamed C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\eHome folder and then added it back but got it working. I had removed the admin$ share previously for security reasons so it's not surprising Media Centre was giving errors.

Could that be the reason it is reporting missing files for playback? I have two other machines running Windows 7 in other parts of the house and they work fine with no changes needed to the host files as mentioned in other posts. Reply Mario says: February 26, 2006 at 7:41 pm How many versions shold I have, I have v1.0.3705 & v1.1.4322. The stations I could not get the guide listings for were fortunately Fox & ABC.

http://www.msn.com/en-us/tv/tv-listings?tvprovider=76016 Reply Israel August 11, 2015 Does anyone know a working area code for Austin, Texas?