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    Hmmm...., not much help but I'm sure there have been other similar crashes when the EPG data is odd/incorrect in some way, but there's insufficient info to track down where the problem occurs.
    You do seem to be picking up incorrect EPG data (programmes starting after they finish?).
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    Is this affected by clock changes? If so, might be an idea to clear the EPG cache and re-import.

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    Uninstalled and reinstalled again.. And then a new crash... se attached.

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    Uninstalled what? Its the epg data on your hard drive that may be corrupted
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    Quote Originally Posted by ronand View Post
    Uninstalled what? Its the epg data on your hard drive that may be corrupted
    Deleted the EPG data on the HD.
    Uninstalled the CrossEPG and installed it again.

    This problem has started after the last software upgrade ( can't remember the last version)

    Best regards Claus

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    Deleting epg.dat from the hd is not always as easy as it sounds......

    Try http://www.world-of-satellite.com/sh...890-Remove-EPG

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    Its important to remove the crossepg folder from the hard drive as well as the epg.dat - the method in the post above will do that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by claus View Post
    Uninstalled and reinstalled again.. And then a new crash... se attached.

    Claus
    Yes. This one is a crash (not a hang) and is related to CrossEpg plugin, which you'd just installed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by birdman View Post
    Yes. This one is a crash (not a hang) and is related to CrossEpg plugin, which you'd just installed.
    No it has been installed all the time... I just removed it and installed it again to get the EPG file deleted.

    It have been working without problems before.

    Think I will du a new install on the receiver ...

    Claus

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    CrossEPG keeps a folder after uninstall as the contents were not added by opkg. You can use this script/plugin to remove it completely

    Use the script/plugin @ccs linked to.

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    Unhappy Still crash

    Quote Originally Posted by abu baniaz View Post
    CrossEPG keeps a folder after uninstall as the contents were not added by opkg. You can use this script/plugin to remove it completely

    Use the script/plugin @ccs linked to.

    Removed cross efg again , ran the script , installed EPG importer.
    When i go in EPG menu press arrow down and after som channel changes (still in EPG menu) the boks crashes...

    Tried to make a movie of it, but it's not possible to upload.

    Best regards Claus
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