Never had a problem with any of the channels updating in the past but these 2 have been vacant for 2 months now -- and yes, I do click on the update button but nothing.
Not the same "location" either, one is CBS and the other is independant -- they aren't affiliated.
I ran into this... my normal channel's guide (it used to be blank) was mapped to the low power channel and a while back the data disappeared. I undid the mapping and the schedule data was back...
settings - TV - Guide - Edit Channels - left click channel - Edit Listings
wonder why it isn't showing data? as i say every other channel does (except 29.2 -- "this tv").
i'm even getting data on a few channels that apparently were detected but i can't pickup at all (or barely) -- which prompts me to ask the question, is the data coming over the air or by way of the internet connection? (windows media center).
For instance, between my tuners and my cable company's screwy tiers I get the local affiliates several times each - CBS is 2.1 (clear qam HD), 7 (cablecard SD), 89.xxxx (clearqam SD), 802 (cablecard HD).
Lets pretend no data is showing up for channel 7. I could tell WMC that channel 7 should mirror 2.1. Now they will show the same program schedule.
My HTPC front end set up
Integration for whole home ATSC, CableCARD, FM radio, Blu-Ray, HD-DVD, DVD, VHS control & capture, video games, and archived & streaming media playback
Mironto's Panasonic plasma black level restoration guide
Restore the initial MLL on a 2009 Panasonic plasma
Exactly. That is what I meant by mapping... using another's channel listings.
Complain to Microsoft here:
you'll need a windows live account to log in. The more people complain, the better.