Question about Televison & Video
Did you buy your Archos from someone living in a different part of the country? If so, it is quite likely that you will have to retune your receiver to the local channels which may be on different frequencies in your area.
The Archos should have a scan function to look for active channels. I'm not sure how to access this but take a look in the manual, it should be an easy task.
The saved list you refer to, just shows the tags and does not mean that the signals is actually being received.
Hope this helps.............
Posted on Mar 22, 2008
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