If your usb receiver box has the red light constantly on then somethings wrong, it is receiving a signal from somewhere when it shouldn’t, it should only light up when your pressing on the remote. Then right click and remove the ehome. I’m playing around with DevCon on my main development box. AEOne Seen that happen before, thanks for putting out the reminder, causes no end of grief. The computer discovers the receiver and tranceiver receiver with no problem at startup.
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Windows 7 eHome infrared transceiver driver not installed
I get the IR hardware not detected during setup. MediaPortal will not allow windows shortcut keys to work Ronald RobertsonNovember 15,in forum: So here’s the latest.
I’ll keep dindows thread posted, one thing I’m mulling is trying win7 x86 instead of x64 to see if the problem happens in a bit environment as well.
I have tried uninstalling, shutting down, reconnecting multiple times. You must log in or sign up to reply here.
HTPC: Win7 + eHome IR remote control + S3 sleep = Code 43 device failure
Ronald Robertson November 15, But I’ll try that out anyway and report back if theres any positive developments. Your computer might have an extender board to connect an external IR receiver or an IR blaster cable to send the remote control signal to another device, such as a cable TV set-top box.
Card reader – YES. May 16, Messages: Wednesday, April 16, 8: Sorry this didn’t help. That’d be the first thing I try, go back to the latest correct bios for that board The best course is probably to re-clean-install the OS to get back to a known-good config and proceed from there. The team works very hard to make sure the community is running the best HTPC-software. So I’m beginning to suspect it might be some non-standard stuff going on with the motherboard.
eHome Infrared Transceiver not working on Windows7!!!
Hopefully somebody else stumbles on a good solution. Do this by double clicking the service and choosing the option from the drop down.
After that, all 5 entries are present and the receiver works well.
Users Viewing Thread Users: This site in other languages x. The ends of the blaster cables can be connected to IR recriver built into TV or satellite set-top boxes.
EHome Infrared Receiver (USBCIR) – Windows 7 Service –
Very few platforms support the S1 or S2 Sleep states. It will find it install it and then find a second device.
Make sure that the batteries for the remote control are charged and installed correctly. Proposed as answer by Matt Mower Thursday, May 10, 7: Anyone know how to fix it? Unplug the end of the USB cable on the remote sensor from euome computer and plug it into a different USB port on the computer. Tuesday, September 15, Apologies again for not updating this thread earlier. Click the link with the blue letters and makes sure the settings for it are set to look first at Windows Updates.
Proposed as answer by Miina Friday, July 29, 7: Did this solve your problem?