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Windows 7: Removing analog channels completely?

14 Nov 2009   #11

Windows7 Ultimate

No, that's not the only option. I can enter a channel number, but there are 3 channels listed under number 2, and so on.

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14 Nov 2009   #12

Not sure what else to tell you...

In windows media center, you can change the "channel" number entered...use WMC>Settings>Guide>Edit Channels>click on a channel, enter channel such as 2221 or 221 for 2.1, depending on your settings.

I am not sure why you would not be able to remove channels, except that you say you are not using the guide..the channels are there, if you enter the associated channel number it will go to that channel - the guide settings can remove unwanted channels from being selected in the guide, but if you manually enter that channel the tv tuner will change to it, even it's white dots and black marks...

I would like to be of more assistance but I am not in your zone so I cannot mimic your setup.

Good luck.

Anyone else have any suggestions for roklipni?
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14 Nov 2009   #13


Have you tried to perform a reset on WMC and then see if you can import only the channels that you want to allow?
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15 Nov 2009   #14

Windows7 Ultimate

Well, I've changed channel numbers, so that they are normal - one for each number. But still, I would like to be able to remove the channels from the channels settings, not just disable them, because it's a big mess in the channel settings.

I'll try preforming a reset and importing the channels I want.
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