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Topic # 53251 9-Dec-2009 23:15

Have any got their IR remote on NOVA-S plus card working with windows 7?
My remote doesn't seem to work, so I don't know if it's my card or driver problems.
Windows update has updated all the drivers for the tv cards and there is no problem shown on my device manger.
Any ideas?

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  Reply # 281143 10-Dec-2009 11:02
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The Hauppauge remote that is included with the Nova-S is only intended to work with the bundled WinTV application. For 7MC you will need a proper MC remote with IR reciever. Hauppauge have one that they sell.

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  Reply # 281170 10-Dec-2009 11:53
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have you try installing/re-installing the IRremote software located on the Nova-S plus driver disk?
after the install of IR remote software you, will need to restart the PC before the infrared senser starts working.

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