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    EPG Not Updating

    My epg for one of my sources will not update.

    It quit working for a short time, then i realized i didn't renew zap2it. So I renewed it. Epg still wouldn't update. I even remade the source.
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    There is some errors in there relating to your database, but its not exactly clear what the problem is. I see you're still using the old style MDB database. How big is you gbpvr.mdb file?

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    2 gb...

    I didn't know there was a different type of database...
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    2 gb...
    This is one of the main reasons we moved away from the old Access MDB database a year ago or so. It had a nasty habit of growing but never shrinking, even when data was deleted from the database.

    You could try stopping all the GB-PVR software, then running JETCOMP.exe in the GB-PVR directory to try to shrink the database back to a realistic size.

    Once you get it working again, you could try running ChangeDatabase.exe to switch to SQLite like the rest of us.

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