Windows Media Center Guide Editor 2.0.1

If you want an easy way to edit your Windows Media Center guide data there is a new tool that could be helpful. GuideEditor 2.0.1 enables you to edit the the channel sources, re-order the channels and rename the channels.

With the long weekend, I rewrote the user added channel editor so it now lets you edit all channels in the guide, not just the user-added ones, and also is much easier to use, and hopefully more stable as well.

You can download the application from the forums on the

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  • tom

    Do i need to do anything else other than just open: GuideEditor2.exe

    Stopped working

    Problem signature:
    Problem Event Name: CLR20r3
    Problem Signature 01: guideeditor2.exe
    Problem Signature 02:
    Problem Signature 03: 4e1296d0
    Problem Signature 04: System.Windows.Forms
    Problem Signature 05:
    Problem Signature 06: 4d8ce0fa
    Problem Signature 07: 2326
    Problem Signature 08: 8b
    Problem Signature 09: System.ArgumentOutOfRange
    OS Version: 6.1.7601.
    Locale ID: 2057

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    • Eric Shaw

      The .exe won’t run just by itself. It needs the 2 DLLs that are in the same directory of the archive. So extract the archive to a folder first.

  • Spaceboy

    I think, while this looks promising, the author needs to do quite a bit more testing before this is released

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