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Topic # 24690 30-Jul-2008 23:18
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Hi there, just got GBPVR up and running (the only program I havent had mega trouble picking up the DVB channels with!)

Just wanting to know how I setup my remote to work with it. I had a search on the forums but couldnt really find anything. Can I set it up so when I press the power button on remote it loads GBPVR instead of VMC?

Thanks

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  Reply # 152863 30-Jul-2008 23:56
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try asking on the gbpvr forums, there is lots of help there and a wiki.

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  Reply # 152879 31-Jul-2008 08:18
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Yes have a look in the gbpvr forums.  But what you'll be looking for is something aroudn irremote.ini

There's a [Default] section in that file (found in c:\windows\ or c:\windows\system32 - I can never remember which).

And in the default section, you'll want to look for GRNPOWER which currently sounds like it may be set to ehome (MCE's UI).  You'll want to change the to c:\program files\devnz\gbpvr\pvrx2.exe





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