Retrieved from ” https: I have researched a fair bit and have tried the following: Hi, thanks for the help guys, I have checked the power state in windows and made sure to deselect usb selective sleep, and here is ascreenshot of event ghost when pc is powered on and fails to find hid. Double-click Microsoft eHome Infrared Transceiver. Media center does have the ability to control a cable box if by chance you were wanting to do that. This is not a question about my “Microsoft ehome Infrared Receiver”. There is no guarantee that the behaviour will be the same on all platforms.
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Tell us about your experience with our site. Hi everyone, On my computer there running Windows XP, I can see that the guide came up and tell me that my computer have found new hardware a device called eHome Infrared Receiver”, but what is this? Thanks for marking this as the answer. For most people this will be fine, and in that case you don’t need to do anything further.
Media center does have transceievr ability to control a cable box if by chance you were wanting to do that. If byte 4 is set to 03 the eHome driver will generate a “Raw Input” message, see http: Barb Bowman Replied on October 10, The remote is packaged with your PC.
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Thanks guys, appreciate the help and ideas, have checked the device manager and made sure all power saving features for usb hubs are off, couldn’t find any power management issues related to usb settings in the bios just enabled or disabledand have checked my power options in windows and made sure that selective usb sleep is off, strange behaviour when I open usbtree viewer, the hub that is the issue, regardless of locationfrequently, shows red symbol on it and then goes beserk trying to connect You can uninstall the transreceiver if required and it will be reinstalled when connected.
In reply to Barb Bowman’s post on October 10, Also the speed of your computer has to deal with it as well. You can uninstall the software for the transceiver by right-clicking your desktop, selecting “Manage,” selecting “Device Manager,” clicking the plus sign next to “Human interface devices,” right-clicking “eHome Infrared Transceiver and clicking “Disable” or “Uninstall. Hi, thanks for the help guys, I have checked the power state in windows and made sure to deselect usb selective sleep, and here is ascreenshot of event ghost when pc is powered on and fails to find hid.
LemP Replied on June 25, F Replied on October 11, First I have tried to search on my Windows XP Service Pack 3-install-cd, and after that I researched on my cd from the manufacturer of my motherboard, but I not can find the correct drivr! Posted 21 December – This is the reason why they stop working in EG. What is the purpose of this driver if you cannot interface with the IR emitter?
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The data has been reproduced here just in case Microsoft ever remove the link to the tranlate. I have my device installed and it shows up correctly in Device manager as a “Microsoft ehome Infrared Tranceiver”. You can help protect yourself from scammers by verifying that the contact is a Microsoft Agent transcever Microsoft Employee and that the phone number is an official Microsoft global customer service number.
Sorry this didn’t help. If inftared eHome device does not appear you aren’t using the eHome driver and you should read no further. Thanks Edited by braddles69, 22 December – Several functions may not work.
I find eventghost quite confusing, can see events being logged, but don’t really understand what adding the plugin does. The multimedia keys have key codes that can be greater than 0xFF so they need two bytes to represnt them.
The following has been established by experiment. When the computer resumes the same thing happens with the devices power being turned back on and the applications being told to start running again. CBers 26 Oct I believe this is a windows limitation in terms of how will does go in and out of sleep.