OT: Comcast TV Listings


B

Buffalo

Anyone else here use the Comcast TV Listing (Fancast) to see what's on TV?
On my Win2000Pro SP4 system, I can no longer get the TV listing to see
what's on TV. All the other parts work.
Is this because of my OS? It all worked fine until around a week ago.
Comcast 'help' said it was designed for XP and newer.
So, if you use Win2000ProSP4 and can receive the Comcast TV Listings, let me
know.
Thanks,
Buffalo
 
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Kevin John Panzke

Buffalo wrote: > Anyone else here use the Comcast TV Listing (Fancast)
to see what's on TV? > On my Win2000Pro SP4 system, I can no longer
get the TV listing to see > what's on TV. All the other parts work. >
Is this because of my OS? It all worked fine until around a week ago.
Comcast 'help' said it was designed for XP and newer. > So, if you
use Win2000ProSP4 and can receive the Comcast TV Listings, let me >
know. > Thanks, > Buffalo
 
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Roger Fink

Buffalo said:
Anyone else here use the Comcast TV Listing (Fancast) to see what's
on TV? On my Win2000Pro SP4 system, I can no longer get the TV
listing to see what's on TV. All the other parts work.
Is this because of my OS? It all worked fine until around a week ago.
Comcast 'help' said it was designed for XP and newer.
So, if you use Win2000ProSP4 and can receive the Comcast TV Listings,
let me know.
Thanks,
Buffalo

Hi Buffalo - I use Win2000 and Comcast but not fancast. But the fancast
setup looks suspiciously like what I do use, Zap2it, which you can customize
by locale and by station, and which works fine for me (so long as you don't
disable javascript): http://tvlistings.zap2it.com
 
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B

Buffalo

Roger said:
Hi Buffalo - I use Win2000 and Comcast but not fancast. But the
fancast setup looks suspiciously like what I do use, Zap2it, which
you can customize by locale and by station, and which works fine for
me (so long as you don't disable javascript):
http://tvlistings.zap2it.com
Tks, that is what I am using now thanks to the suggestions in the replies to
my post.
Buffalo
 

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