The front headphone input? Just install the RC and you will be fine. I can’t reproduce the cause or solution of this problem as of yet. I have applied a few Windows Updates since my original post here, which might explain that. No information was returned. Restart the computer, and then try the remote again. The handheld remote control – this is the handheld device that sends a code in infrared light when a button is pressed.

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Following the solution did not work for me however. In reply to tommii’s post on November 22, When the computer has fully booted, the drivers instantly fail installing. I have tried uninstalling, shutting down, reconnecting multiple times.

Paranoid DelusionDecember 20, The remote control you use needs to be compatible with Windows Media Center. Other remote controls and computers within range can also cause this issue.

Remote controller uses eHome Infrared Transceiver to connect with the computer but since I started running Windows 7 it does not work any more. If this is the ehomee, you might need to obtain a new remote control and receiver to get the controller electronics.

Proposed as answer by Matt Mower Thursday, May 10, 7: MS has the drivers for it! The S3 sleep state is the default sleep state for Windows platforms.


If the light appears, then the problem is probably in the software that is using the remote control most likely the configuration of the Media Center software.

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HTPC: Win7 + eHome IR remote control + S3 sleep = Code 43 device failure

If the light appears, then wjndows problem is probably in the software that is using the remote sensor most likely the Media Center software. Windows 7 Hardware Compatibility. I’ve installed the Hauppauge drivers as well with no luck.

I tried the above solutions, didn’t go so well and found this one on another site. However, they are all W7. Sign in to vote.

Troubleshooting the remote control Use the following items to troubleshoot when the remote control does not respond or when the remote control does not geceiver properly. R3d3ye Seniorius Lurkius Registered: Make sure to do a clean install of the RC because you dont want any “beta” datas to be left on your computer.

Close the software, restart the computer, and then re-open the software to solve this issue. Not sure how to do it it its built-in to a laptop however I doubt it but am not sure. I suspect something on the board acts like a USB euome and that fails.


Windows 7 eHome infrared transceiver driver not installed | MediaPortal HTPC

If the timer resolution is increased, processor power management technologies may not be effective. This page requires Javascript. If the receiver is an external type that plugs into the USB port, disconnect the remote sensor from its USB port on the computer, maximize the Media Center wnidows if it is open, and then reconnect the remote sensor.

I have not tried the headphone trick, but what would I plug it into since I’m moving parts to a new case?

Windows 7 eHome infrared transceiver driver not installed

Platform Power Management Capabilities: Put any object on top of the box, the light will go out and you will be free to use your remote on it like you should. 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. A faint red light should appear on the remote sensor.