Recently replaced motherboard and, using the Windows 7 "sysprep" technique, avoided having to re-install & reconfigure everything (even though I went from Intel to AMD).
Surprisingly went very well, but one area that seems to have gotten a little messed up is EPG. My channels appear to have a mix of BSE and OTA listings, some with/without logos.
When I try to re-assign BSE listings to a channel, the BSE listing is not available, or if it is, doesn't "stick" when I select it.
So looks like I need to reset the channels/EPG database.
- Will using the BSE "Reset Wizard" lose the recording schedule?
- The BSE help says that the Reset Wizard is not suitable for Win7 64bit. Is this still correct? If so, what is the alternative method to reset - simply rescan the channels?
To answer your questions -
1) Yes sorry - the recording schedule is stored in the mce database so when you reset it that info disappears too.
2) I think it should be fine for 64bit now - there was some issues with 64bit during the beta's - but I think that's resolved now. If you have problems - there's a manual reset method mentioned somewhere (you'd need to search these forums) where you can do it from the command line (the same thing this app is automating).
On both of above - would definitely recommend a reset. Try to go in straight away and disable all the inband channels just after you finish the scan (via the BSEPG config tool). Then after you import your real data - go in and manually map any channels to listings if they aren't displaying the logos and imported data (this generally means the Callsign hasn't been matched correctly or has changed from what the xmltv data is expecting).