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Takeapic
post Jan 30 2006, 06:33 AM
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I saved my Yahoo TV Guide page as HTML to the System folder like documentation says.
When I unplug the cable, it updates the ArcLibrary and finds the TV listings, but gives this error "Unknown format".

Any ideas?
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Clyde
post Jun 7 2006, 07:45 AM
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I might have the answer to all your problems and a solution to the main
problem - the unintuative scheduling interface in the ARCHOS!

When I got my ARCHOS I was really disappointed with how difficult it was
to programme the schedule. This is why I created RTIntegrator. This
application allows you to use online TV Listings providers websites,
Yahoo, ZAP2it.com and RadioTimes.com (UK) to create a personalised
recording schedule and have it automatically downloaded to your ARCHOS
in under 15 seconds!

Here is a quick summary of features.

- Works with the ARCHOS DV series AV400, AV500 and AV700
- Works in USA, Canada, UK and Europe - other countries to follow.
- Simple to use "point-and-click" scheduling
- FREE TV listings over 100+ TV channels
- Saves time! Program all 20 slots in under 15 seconds!
- Allows you to record many more programmes that you thought possible.
- Identify and fix schedule conflicts before uploading
- NEW in v2.2 is the intuative first-time user wizard.

Have a look at www.RTIntegrator.com <http://www.rtintegrator.com/> and download a trial now.

Have a look and it WILL change the way you use your ARCHOS completely!

Clyde
clyde@RTIntegrator.com
RTIntegrator part of MonkeySpeed, Ltd.

Visit our website at www.RTIntegrator.com
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