Mediaportal schedules direct not updating
A subset of their comments are listed below and were provided by a forum on The Green Button: Open.
-In the File name field, type C:\Windows\System32\Drivers\etc\hosts. -Replace the IP address at the bottom of file with: .113 data.tvdownload.72.2 tvdownload.-Click File Save to save your changes.
3/16/2016 update: I have received reports that the guide is now updating correctly and in my environment it now has program data until the 29th so this issue appears to be resolved now.
1) This does appear to be happening again to multiple systems as multiple people have reported this in their comments and I am seeing it as well.
If you are having this issue as well, please log it to: https://connect.microsoft.com/site1145/Feedback/Details/2452803 3/15/2016 update: I am seeing a thread indicating that this should be fixed either 3/15 or 3/16.
I am also on a discussion with Rovi on this via Twitter.
2) The guide does appear to be downloading but it does not have any data beyond 4/4/2016 I will update with any resolutions that I find here.
1) This does appear to be happening to multiple systems 2) The guide does appear to be downloading but it does not have any data beyond 3/19/2016 I will update with any resolutions that I find here.Reference links: Summary: In my environment I was able to work around the issue by trying a variety of local zip codes until one of them would populate the television guide data correctly.Suggestions: For Microsoft on this issue going forward it’s critical to the user community that the guide data is available for all locations.A successful update to the guide was able to be show that the data was successfully being gathered from Rovi as shown below.And a successfully populated guide is the final step in validating that the new guide is now functioning correctly.
We look at each issue report of missing data for specific zip codes and providers to clean up the data feeds.