aid=zap2it and enter your zip code, then look through the "Select your provider" options.
If those match what you see in your WMC provider options then your cable co is probably moving things around on you and Zap2It hasn't caught up yet.
This then becomes a Zap2It/cable provider issue, you may need to open a ticket with Zap2It to get it resolved.
This conversion appears to have been the cause of having no television guide information available in Windows Media Center after July 20 I recommend avoiding the tasks above if you media center system is currently working but is just missing the guide data.
I recall seeing a recent thread that Charter is (currently?
) moving things around, and folks had to retrieve lineups from nearby zip codes or whatnot. CPU: i3-3220T Mobo: ASRock Z75 Pro3 RAM: 16GB DDR3-1600 HDD: OS: 120GB SSD, Recording: 1TB GPU: Embedded Intel HD2500 Tuner: Infini TV 4 USB Case: Generic 4U rackmount Remote: Harmony 650 TV Provider: Brighthouse Networks Display: TH-42PX80U Extender: 7x - DMA2100 Oh yeah, that worked last week. the second time it even gve me the cannot download guide message.
I've rescanned the TV signals, deleted the epglistings directory and the re downloaded, I've run the Object Store Recovery Task, I've run MC Update, Ive tried turning off the firewalls.
The data seems to download but Media Center doesnt load the data. I now can't schedule new recordings or watch much live TV.