Missing TV channels after transmitter change (Tacolneston)

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    I use MP2 with a Hauppauge WinTV-dualHD USB device on Windows 10. We have been recently advised to retune, following changes to the UK Tacolneston transmitter.
    Many TV channels are now missing, including all those I want!
    I've done all the obvious things: re-installed MP2, unplugged and re-plugged all cabling, scanned for new channels several times, blamed the cat; nothing has improved the situation.
    When I scan, it looks as if 2tp and 8tp have good signal levels and signal quality, but they give a "No signal" result. 3tp and 9tp have no signal level and also give a "No signal" result, as expected.
    Can anyone offer a solution, please?
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    Update your tuning files from the Current zip in this thread UK Freeview DVB-T update. Your local TV channel mux is also due to move on 17 July, there is a separate update ready in the Future.zip. Alternatively, you can scan using All Regions instead of Tacolneston.
     
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    Thank you very much for your reply, which I have implemented to good effect.
    I have apologised to the cat and will make a suitable donation to Media Portal.
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    Where do I find future.zip, please?
     
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    They're all in the single zip file attached to the first post of the update thread now.
     
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