Can't locate mapping file Firefly X10.xml - but it's there

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  1. RamonS

    RamonS Portal Member

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    MediaPortal Version: 0.2.3.0 RC3 & SVN 16429
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    Windows Version: Windows XP SP2 64 bit
    CPU Type: AMD Athlon 64 XS 5200+
    HDD: 320 GB Seagate SATA RAID
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    Motherboard: Asus M2N32SLI-Deluxe
    Motherboard Chipset: nVidia nForce 570
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    Video Card: eVGA GF 7600GT 256MB PCIe 16x
    Video Card Driver: latest nVidia drivers
    Sound Card: onboard SoundMax HiDef
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    1. TV Card: Hauppauge HVR-1800
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    Remote: Snapstream Firefly X10 - R1000



    I was about to set up my remote. I chose the Firefly Model on the X10 tab, but I get the following error:
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    Mapping file missing
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    Can't locate mapping file Firefly X10.xml

    Make sure it exists in /InputDeviceMappings/defaults
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    OK
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    When I check the indicated folder, the file is present. Uhm...:mad: ...anyone knows how to make MP see what it is asking for and what itself put there?
     
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    I have searched extensively to try and find an answer to this, and the most recent answer was in 2004, which is at least a few iterations of release prior to the one I am installing (0.2.3.0_RC3). I am trying to use the ATI x10 remote, and it gives me the exact same error as posted above. I have the x10 driver installed and when I try to learn it, it returns an error of cannot find ATI X10.xml in folder /inputdevicemappings/defaults . The file is in fact in the folder, and no amount of uninstalling/reinstalling the ATI drivers for the remote corrects the problem. If I don't install the remote drivers MP sends me to a page to download the X10 drivers, but they are in German and I can't get an adequate translation from babelfish(yes primarily useless) to understand why the profile won't install. I have disabled the ATI software in startup, and ensured that there is no process running in windows; however, there is no change and it continues to fail to find the .xml file.:confused:
     
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    This was fixed in a recent SVN build.
     
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