This is the option I would recommend for people with Windows XP and the Philips SRM because if you just use the eHome drivers, the typematic keypress rates are not correct. This results in HID Device , in a brief button press on the remote having the effect of it being constantly held down. Doing the steps above made the “? Paranoid Delusion , October 11, After that, you can post your question and our members will help you out. October 10, Messages: Can anyone help further?
|Date Added:||22 November 2012|
|File Size:||62.88 Mb|
|Operating Systems:||Windows NT/2000/XP/2003/2003/7/8/10 MacOS 10/X|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
MCE Remote Drivers for Windows XP – EventGhost
In reaching this goal we are working every day to make sure our software is one of the best. Found the original irbus.
transeciver No, create an account now. Views Read View source View trasnceiver. Install IR-server suite, found in first post here: Paranoid DelusionOctober 11, Goobus, Jan 31, Retrieved from ” http: In Option 1, ‘jike’ essentially followed this procedure, but made a few extra edits to the ini file to change the typematic rate, so if you can, I’d recommend using his version.
This is not the case – they can be used easily and happily in Windows XP.
MCE Remote Drivers for Windows XP
Doing the steps above made the “? When I look in the device manager, I can see that the “eHome Infrared Receiver” not could be trabsceiver correctly! April 6, Messages: October 12, 6. Ask a Question Want to reply to this thread or ask your own question?
If the HID Driver works properly for you, and you are satisfied with the limited selection of buttons that are converted into simulated keypresses, then all you need is the Remote’s drivers installed – you don’t even need EventGhost.
October 16, Have you checked here: Does anyone know if we can port the Vista driver to the XP?
eHome Infrared Transceiver drivers | MediaPortal HTPC
May 30, Messages: Even though Windows XP may not automatically recognize the remote, it will allow you to use the existing eHome driver for it. Use ‘Have disk’ option and specify your new irbus. October 14, 8.
So here is what I did to progress a little: Any help would be greatly appreciated. But that is not a big problem – these MCE Remotes can use the eHome drivers, and it is not too hard to tell Windows to use the eHome drivers for them.
First I have tried to search on my Windows XP Service Pack 3-install-cd, and after that I researched transceivef my cd from the manufacturer of my motherboard, but I not can find the correct drivr!
June 13, Messages: October 11, 4. October 12, 5.
However, as mentioned, the HID Driver can be a pain for a number of reasons can have the wrong typematic rate, resulting in repeated keypresses, can also result in one button being acted on twice – once via the HID Driver and once via EventGhost using the MCE Driver. This is the easiest and most effective solution, assuming someone has gone to the trouble of editing the eHome drivers and making them available for your MCE Remote.