USB-UIRT blaster, Hauppauge HD-PVR set up

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  1. Raymond2014

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    I'm trying to set up HD-PVR to use the usb-uirt for blasting the STB. I've got the remote working with the Hauppauge box, move around on menu and such but can't get any blasting. At this point I'm not even sure which plugins I should be using. I've got the IRSS installed and it detects the USB-UIRT. I've selected transmit on the setup, but when I run the test I can't get the USB-Uirt to blink. What am I missing?
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    The TVE 3 blaster plugin installed by IRSS is the plugin you need, for TV Server. Enable and configure that plugin and you should be able to get blasting working.
     
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