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Luke 22 Oct Hi, thanks for the help guys, I have checked the power infarred 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.

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How satisfied are you with this reply? Sorry this didn’t help. When I plug it as usual Windows searches for a driver and installs it.

When I look in the device manager, I can see that the “eHome Infrared Receiver” not could be recognised correctly! A few other ideas are that if your resuming from sleep you could configure your USB port to not sleep – this is also mentioned around those forums- or if your turning your PC all the way off and all the way on you could somehow attempt to control the order and times at which your drivers are loaded.


Ask a Question Want to reply to this thread or ask your own question? The second place is Power Options in the control panel.

CBers 26 Oct I have researched a fair bit and have tried the following: If you have EG as one of the first things to run you will be less likely to have this problem.

You will need to change any and all setting in here that are related to the USB make sure anything that is trying to manage or turn off power or suspend power is turned off. Thanks for marking this as the answer.

Anyone know a workaround? I have the same question Whatever you decide on your best bet might be to to configure your PC to not let your USB ports sleep.

Thanks for marking this as the answer. All my other USB devices work fine. Anders Boholdt-Petersen, Jan 29, This is what I usedbto get my MCE remote to work with win7 http: What we need to do is to adjust the power settings. Microsoft eHome Infrared Transceiver 0 0. What are you waiting for?

Problem with eHome Infrared Receiver Driver – Microsoft Community

Tell us about your experience with our site. When I start up my Windows 7-installation there run on the same computer, I can see that Windows 7 has recognised the device as the “Microsoft eHome Infrared Transceiver”, and here the driver is installed fine.


LemP Replied on June 25, The Emby forums are great but EG forums might be a little better in your case. But you will want to cruz through all of the devices in the Universal Serial Bus Controllers section do to the properties of each item.

Drivers for eHome Infrared Transceiver?

It detects infrared signals from remote controls and translates these signals into control information that the computer can use. The receiver does not have a light on it thus it doesn’t work. Rceeiver that, you can post your question and our members will help you out.

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