I've tried manually updating the guide from within WMC; from the Notification Area icon; by clicking directly on MCUPDATE.
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For almost two weeks now, the electronic program guide has failed to update properly, and I'm hoping that somebody here can help.
The only channels that have current EPG data are the high-definition local channels: we have nothing for regular cable channels (AMC, History, etc.) or for the standard-def local channels.
Most of the time, the result is literally nothing: there is no feedback, no indication that it's done anything.
It's as if I had not performed any action at all on the computer.
Users of Microsoft’s Media Center PCs report that their electronic program guides (EPGs) aren't downloading data, or are offering incorrect data, nobbling their ability to use their boxen as video recorders.
In the Media Center feedback thread at users report receiving no data, data for the wrong location, images for the wrong show and many variations on those themes. In early July Microsoft announced it was moving its EPGs to “new data providers”.
From filters to color coding, you can find a lot of ways to dress up your EPG within the software.
One of my absolute favorite features over my cable company's EPG is the ability to completely change what I see.
Still, broadcast DVR is doable in Windows 10, so if you’re itching to upgrade, here’s how to setup the best Windows Media Center alternative I’ve found: After examining a bunch of options, I settled on Next PVR as a replacement for Windows Media Center’s DVR features.