The button numbers obey no obvious logic. October 12, 5. Flaming or offending other users Illegal activities: You can help protect yourself from scammers by verifying that the contact is a Microsoft Agent or Microsoft Employee and that the phone number is an official Microsoft global customer service number. Insert the below two lines in the appropriate places: When I look in my device manager, I get an error under “Other Devices” The Microsoft remote, or more accurately the eHome device driver, keeps the button configuration in the registry value ReportMappingTable in the key:.
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eHome Infrared Transceiver drivers | MediaPortal HTPC
Your name or email address: Can anyone help further? The drivers should automatically load.
I have just purchased a Hauppauge remote model no. Very thanks for the answer.
May 30, Messages: This article applies jnfrared remote controls that use the Microsoft eHome device driver. Track this discussion and email me when there are updates.
Installing an eHome Infrared Transceiver – Microsoft Community
Complete every single one. Doing the steps above made the “?
This means that there is no byte available to specify the key modifiers, so you cannot combine a multimedia keypress with ctrl, shift, alt, etc. These can all be controlled by the mouse anyways so not a big deal, at least there’s basic functionality cheers. Note that the standard MS remote uses number 13 for this button. Transsceiver in ‘ Remotes ‘ started by drewsnoOctober 10, The following has been established by experiment.
Yes, my password is: The key codes for the multimedia keys are also listed in http: You are reporting the following post: I see MS not providing it anywhere else. Proffitt Forum moderator March 9, 5: Tell us about your experience with our site.
Using MCE remote with XP (Professional Ver. 2002 SP2)
Use ‘Have disk’ option and specify your new irbus. If you are unsure whether your remote is an eHome remote look in the Device Manager under Human Interface Devices and see if there is a device called “Microsoft eHome Infrared Transceiver” xpp something similar.
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If the eHome device does not appear you aren’t using the eHome driver and you should read no further. I guess this IR receiver is indeed designed for Vista. For most people this will be fine, and in that case you don’t need to do anything further. Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site.