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Because it is sold at the same price as the version with Windows Media Player included, Dell, Hewlett-Packard, Lenovo and Fujitsu Siemens have chosen not to stock the product.
Today, when I went to look at the TV Lisings, a message popped up saying "Guide Listings will be out of date in fewer than 3 days. So I click on the Download button, and a few seconds later I get the message "Guide Listings were downloaded successfully." But, for each TV channel listed, it says "No Data available".This document contains a list of these updates with links to their descriptive webpages on There are other updates in Windows Vista SP1 which have not be released as updates and therefore are not presented in this list.I wasn't planning on updating that computer for fear of loosing Mediacenter, but if they stop supporting tv guide updates, it will make no sense for me to keep it. Every time I start mediacenter it tells me that my guide will be out of date in fewer then 3 days and that I need to download it.Is it just a fluck that I haven't been able to update the tv guide in Mediacenter? I click on download and I allow the guide to be downloaded and I receive a message that it has been downloaded successfully but then when I open the guide, all I get is "no data available" for EVERY channel.
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I am aware of the demise of Mediacenter in the upcoming Windows 10 but right now I have it installed on 4 different computers in my home (including 1 laptop). Is that something to do with Microsoft abandoning Mediacenter?