EPG will not offset

Discussion in 'Television (MyTV frontend and TV-Server)' started by thinksnow, February 28, 2007.

  1. thinksnow

    thinksnow New Member

    January 29, 2005
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    MediaPortal Server Version: TVengine3-02-25-2007--01-12h--Rev13090
    MediaPortal Version: MediaPortal-svn--02-25-2007--01-03-Rev13090
    MediaPortal Skin: N/A
    Windows Version: XP Pro SP2
    CPU Type: PentiumD 2.8
    HDD: WD 20GB P-ATA + Seagate 500GB SATA 3.0GB/S Perpendicular drive
    Memory: 512MB DDR2 533 (1-stick)
    Motherboard: Intel D102GGC2
    Motherboard Chipset: ATI Radeon Xpress 200
    Motherboard Bios: 1084
    Video Card: (onboard)
    Video Card Driver: N/A
    Sound Card: (onboard)
    Sound Card AC3: ...
    Sound Card Driver: Realtek (AUD_allOS_5324_5322_PV_Realtek)
    1. TV Card: Hauppauge PVR-250
    1. TV Card Type: PCI
    1. TV Card Driver: pvr_1.18.21.22301_inf
    MPEG2 Video Codec: ...
    MPEG2 Audio Codec: ...
    Satelite/CableTV Provider: Time Warner
    HTPC Case: (generic)
    Cooling: default/standard
    Power Supply: 350W ATX2.0

    Simply put, my program guide is 11 hours off, showing the 7AM news listed at 8PM the previous night. I've tinkered with the settings for the MP TV Server XmlTv plugin time and time agian and I just can not seem to get it to adjust. I've tried setting the "timezone compensation" to -11, to +11, to 0, and nothing works at all.

    Even more interesting, or weird, is when I deleted the .xml file altogether from the TV Server and opened MP on a client machine, I still had a program guide displayed! :confused:

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