Bad Import/Export Channels list!

Discussion in 'General Support' started by Jim69, October 8, 2010.

  1. Jim69

    Jim69 Portal Member

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    Hi.
    I've 2 providers with same channels with same names. Each provider has a group with their own channels.
    When I import the channels list and then export it to other htpc the channels with same name are all mixed up in the 2 groups.

    For example:

    For provider and group ZON I have channel SIC on 11731 frequency.
    For provider and group MEO I have channel SIC on 12012 frequency.
    After the import and export process I have ZON and MEO groups with SIC on 11731 frequency.

    Why is that?


    Thanks,



    Jim
     
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