Getting ATI remote to work in Vista... :-)

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    Hi there....

    Maybe this is common sence, but i have had some time figure it out..... :confused:

    I have been playing a little with getting the ATI remote winder to work on Windows Vista 64bit, and finally i got it.....:D

    First i tried the X10 drivers as the MP configuration suggest, but that will not install in Vista 64bit.

    Then i found a new ATI 64bit driver on the ATI/AMD site....
    - and i installed it.....
    Now the remote works, but when i enable it in Mediaportal it jumps 2 times for each time i push the button (one for MP and one for Windows)..... hmmmm.....



    Then i found out that if i set the windows driver to recive on a specific channel, and if it is then set to recive on a channel that my remote don´t transmit on, it all works as it should......
    (I only use my remote for MP anyway....)

    - now i only get one move for each button i push, as only MP recives the signal.... :)
     
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