) I was able to put together a workaround which works for my system and from feedback I’ve received in twitter it appears to be working on other systems.This blog post will provide the steps that I used for this workaround and suggestions for this issue going forward.A successful update to the guide was able to be show that the data was successfully being gathered from Rovi as shown below.
With some debugging I found that the television guide was not updating correctly for my over antenna signals.
The issue was easy to see when opening the guide which looked a lot like the screenshot below.
I found an existing discussion on this topic at https://connect.microsoft.com/site1145/Feedback/Details/1573972.
From discussions on this thread and recommendations from ewtaylo1 (huge thanks!
Do not continue past this step, go back and try another local zip code.
To determine if the zip code you entered is working refer to the underlying log file available in c:\programdata\microsoft\ehome\logs\First Once I found a working zip code the media center application continued with TV signal detection.After completing the setup the guide listings message indicating a successful update appeared a few minutes later. Recently I found that no programs were scheduled for recording on my Media PC.This is pretty much unheard of in my household so this started ringing some alarm bells.We look at each issue report of missing data for specific zip codes and providers to clean up the data feeds.