2) The guide does appear to be downloading but it does not have any data beyond 4/4/2016 I will update with any resolutions that I find here.
If you are having this issue as well, please log it to the following URL if you can get to the site: https://connect.microsoft.com/site1145/Feedback/Details/2452803.
Discussion on and feedback is available at: https://connect.microsoft.com/site1145/Feedback (this information came from A subset from that post is listed below for your reference: “As you may have guessed, there are a lot of people reporting issues on the Connect site – so many, we’re unable to respond to each of them individually.3/16/2016 update: I have received reports that the guide is now updating correctly and in my environment it now has program data until the 29th so this issue appears to be resolved now.1) This does appear to be happening again to multiple systems as multiple people have reported this in their comments and I am seeing it as well.A subset of their comments are listed below and were provided by a forum on The Green Button: Open.-In the File name field, type C:\Windows\System32\Drivers\etc\hosts. -Replace the IP address at the bottom of file with: .113 data.tvdownload.72.2 tvdownload.-Click File Save to save your changes.A successful update to the guide was able to be show that the data was successfully being gathered from Rovi as shown below.And a successfully populated guide is the final step in validating that the new guide is now functioning correctly. Recently I found that no programs were scheduled for recording on my Media PC.This is pretty much unheard of in my household so this started ringing some alarm bells.In the interim, having a list of acceptable zip codes would be a huge assistance for other people in the community who are running into this issue.UPDATE: 7/30/2015: If the instructions above do not work for you, see the comments from Marcus and Willow below for a second approach which is reporting success.