in lieu of working with Rovi to provide channel listings.
As I indicated in that article, there were known issues and some community folks provided some workarounds that worked in certain cases.
A good friend of mine, Cameron Fuller, as the sole source for feedback, despite other company products moving away from this old feedback mechanism and rumors that the Connect web site will be eventually replaced by User Voice.
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thanks for the info both my win8 and win7 media center boxes failed at the same time so I knew something was up. I have a purchased TV tuner that I paid a lot of money for and I use WMC to record shows on PBS to burn to DVD.
FYI 60640 in Chicago has no guide so off to find a different zip code. (After my cable co went digital, most of the channels cannot be recorded to burn.) As for the current situation, I've tried 14 different ways to get it to load and nothing is working.
Someone elsewhere posted that, after entering 16 different zip codes in 4 tries, they finally got one of the zips to switch to Rovi.
His suggestion is to just keep at it and it will eventually "pop".
Since I've run setup about 50 times today, I have no idea if he's right or not.
I doubt the zip code has anything to do with it because I believe the zip code simply identifies the cable companies in your vicinity.If I put in a zip code that is serviced by my cable company, even if it isn't mine, it just pulls up all those cable companies to make my choice from. I found a way around until I got to a feedback but I have little hope MS is going to respond. What I'm asking is why not make it clear that WMC owners will be able to upgrade to Xbox for a small fee.The Xbox One uses Rovi to provide channel guide listings.One can assume that Microsoft expects to promote the Xbox One experience as the future of living room entertainment through a Universal app that will also be available for Windows 10 users.Microsoft has promised a Windows Media Center replacement sometime in the future and this might possibly be the beginnings of that promise fulfilled.Now, if the company could just work out the issues. I don't have Xbox (nor will I have it) so I have no idea how they think that's going to work.