I guess I should have been more clear on that. MediaPortal will not allow windows shortcut keys to work Ronald Robertson , November 15, , in forum: Tuesday, February 21, 2: I never needed to install any drivers. Many updates for Media Center can be downloaded easily through Windows Update. Everything works for the most part, except for the IR remote control. Thursday, August 18,
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Yes, my password is: Example of an IR receiver built into a media card reader. You must log in or sign up to reply here. How satisfied are you with this reply?
Windows 7 Hardware Compatibility. It is the drivers the device automatically installs and relies on. Example of a TV tuner system with extender – controller on extender. Analysis Success Rwceiver was successful. I may have a very similar problem, except my Infrared disappears and then comes back as an Unknown device.
Wednesday, December 9, Code 10 ” anyone have any idea where to go from here? Windows 7 IT Pro. Here is what fixed it for me. Hope this helps someone! Thanks for marking this as the answer. I tried reinstalling it but it keeps giving me error saying that it is not installed correctly. Sun Jul 19, 3: I’ll give DevCon a try next time this happens.
Windows 7 eHome infrared transceiver driver not installed
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HP and Compaq Desktop PCs – Troubleshooting Media Center Remote Control (Windows 7 and Vista)
This site in other languages x. Press the Enter button on the remote after changing a channel. It may be worth it to id a newer reader with Windows 7 support. I am at a loss right now to explain what’s up. Maybe a later driver update will fix things In the meantime, I receicer a freeware program that seems to allow for programs to run right after waking up, so it seems you’d only need a way to reset the adapter.
So here’s the latest. Did you check the device for compatibility prior to upgrade? Wednesday, June 30, I first switched it to the USB port underneath the one it was plugged in to, but no difference.
eHome Infrared Transceiver not working on Windows7!!!
Do you already have an account? To answer your question, in the past I have been able to wake the HTPC with the IR remote but under Win7 it apparently dies before going to sleep because it won’t wake the box up.
So I’m beginning to suspect it might be some non-standard stuff going on with the motherboard.